11 Cavan Road
#01-06 Cavan Suites
Singapore 209849

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12:00pm - 07:00pm


12:00pm - 07:00pm

12:00pm - 07:00pm

12:00pm - 07:00pm

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12:00pm - 07:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Just a short walk from Lavender/Bendemeer MRT Station, @sweetscraftsman is a cozy 4-seater dessert café that focuses on artisanal bakes and pastries.

Famous for their Japanese-inspired Swiss Rolls, here’s what we ordered to share
👉Thai Milk Tea Fujiro - SGD7.80

Swipe left👈 to check out their menu on @cococart.co

No doubt it’s good but I don’t see myself craving for this anytime soon…😆

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📍Sweets Craftsman
Cavan Suites
11 Cavan Rd 01-06, S209848

Matcha Fujiro - $7.80
Matcha cake roll filled with sweet berry filling. Light and refreshing, exactly what we all need after a day of hard work
Sweets Craftsman

The chunks of orange made this a rather refreshing roll🍊 but would have been better if the meringue was more crisp!

More visual-focused than anything, it was unfortunate that the matcha was only prominent when eaten seperately from the strawberry cream :(
Oh well, this was probably the closest I can get to Mt. Fuji anyway 😝🗻

Pretty cakes, pretty place 🏞️🍰 PS: The shop is also heavily influenced by My Neighbor Totoro

INSTAGRAM: weitingforfood
📍Sweets Craftsman
🚆 Nearest MRT: Lavender
🍴Thai Milk Tea ($7.80), Matcha Fujiro ($7.80)
⭐️ 8/10
In a quaint corner of the heavily industrial Cavan Road is the unassuming four-seater Sweets Craftsman. Sporting a homely interior with beige wood panelling and soft pastel colours, I felt as if I was the main character in a coming-of-age film set in the Taiwanese countryside in the early 2000s.
The staff who served us was cheerful, friendly, and happily described the gorgeous pastries on display. Charmed by the whimsical Mount Fuji decals on the rolls, we decided on the Matcha Fujiro and the Thai Milk Tea. The cream was light and fresh, nothing like the canned cream you get in supermarkets. The flavours were pretty subtle, but this meant that the rolls were light for something that was nearly 80% cream. I liked that the matcha taste was authentic, and appreciated the contrast between the mildly bitter matcha and the subtly sweet raspberry in the Matcha Fujiro. We were both surprised that the Thai Milk Tea flavour was not as heavy as the drink itself, and the staff eagerly explained that the stunning blue hue came naturally from the butterfly pea flower.
Overall, we really enjoyed our visit for the atmosphere, service and food! Do come early as there are only four seats inside (which also creates more intimate vibes) and ask the staff what is available that day, as the display counter is not big enough to fit everything. Undeniably, the prices are on the high side and may not be sustainable for students who earn very little (or nothing), but the rolls do make for a good treat once in a while. We’d definitely come back soon!

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