1 Everton Park
#01-43
Singapore 081001

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Sunday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Friday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Pistachio Chocolate Cake ($6)
Earl Grey Lemon Cake ($5)

Simplicity and stunning, these cakes looked perfect for garden parties. The Pistachio Chocolate Cake donned a flower field look; was crumbly and chocolatey rich. The Earl Grey Lavender Tea Cake, on the other hand, was disappointing as it was a bit on a drier side and the notes of earl grey were subtle.

Pistachio Chocolate cakes.

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This box consists of orange cranberry, pineapple thumbprint and seasalt chocolate cookies. It was great for sharing and I liked the rather unique combination of the orange cranberry too.

He bakes, she makes.

Absolutely love their whole aesthetic and concept. Everything is really chill and cozy. Cakes were soft and moist with unique flavours. Can’t wait to go back.

Newly opened at Everton Park, the better half is a gorgeous bakery cafe to visit for its instagrammable bakes and decor. Ordered the lemon lavender honey cake which costs $5. The hint of citrus was a nice blend with the florals, melty sugar frost and lavender honey sponge.

Moving into a brick-and-mortar shop space at Everton Park recently, The Better Half serves up specialty coffee and a wide variety of cakes and bakes in the quaint neighbourhood, though with limited seating both indoors and outdoors.

Being one of the items which had caught our attention while skimming through the variety of bakes and cakes on display at the counter, the Gula Melaka is double-layer cake that features Gula Melaka Sponge, Gula Melaka Avocado Buttercream and Toasted Almonds. Really liked how the cake was not overly sweet; the Gula Melaka Avocado Buttercream is the main driver for the flavours of the cake here — the mellow sweetness of the Gula Melaka with its deep, earthy undertones completely matched the buttery smoothness of the avocado-laden creamx while the Gula Melaka sponge was rather light and fluffy. Despite its height, the Gula Melaka Avocado Cake is pretty manageable; a cake that is not too dense nor sweet and comes even with a herb-y (rosemary?) note that helps to cut through the slight tinge of sweetness to keep things interesting and providing a harmonious contrast of flavours. A space we would most certainly step in again for a quaint setting with satisfying cakes and good coffee; that is also pretty much depending on luck hoping that there are empty seats while passing by the small space...

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