The Connoisseur Concerto (Anchorpoint)

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tcc – The Connoisseur Concerto is the leading chain of art boutique caffès boasting a comprehensive selection of gourmet food and creative beverages. Unveiled on 18th December 2003, tcc has been the leading purveyor of gourmet coffees in Singapore, marked by our extensive range of exclusive top-quality coffees, brewed to perfection using a variety of brewing methods. Since then, our food menu has expanded to include gourmet delights - prepared and artfully arranged to satisfy the senses. d’tcc experience is about blending art with lifestyle to give our guests the space to indulge in their own time and appreciate the finer things in life. All tcc art boutique caffès have an artistic, stylish, urbane and cosy atmosphere. With ingenious combination of lighting and colours, our art boutique caffès are also recognised for their bespoke furniture and exhibits of art pieces.

370 Alexandra Road
#01-07/08 Anchorpoint
Singapore 159953

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Anyone that calls it’s called a Devil’s Flourless Cake ($9) means some serious chocolate business. Either the gao-gao jelat kind or the kind that makes one put on calories just by looking at it.

This one was the latter as the base was a chocolate cake atop a fruity Valrhona chocolate mousse with a thin chocolate ganache. I loved it but wished the cake part could reduce it’s height by 30-50%.

ROI: 80%

* Note: my taste palate leans towards dark bitter chocolate at a sweet spot of 65%-72% cocoa. So please use that as a gauge of my taste perspective.

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Red Snapper And Hummus Sandwich ($16.90)
Well toasted and crispy sandwich filled with red snapper with Hummus!

it was my first trip to Anchorpoint and it was a cool mall tbh, there were so many nice shops like Ma Maison, TCC, Duke Bakery & All the Batter!! there was a real cool japanese mart too 👍🏻 but anyways,,
for lunch we shared a crayfish & scallop baked rice, croquettes & a chocolate lava cake! the baked rice used risotto rice and it was a refreshing concept! i thought the crayfish were mini prawns lmao #onebraincell the seafood were juicy but honestly this baked rice wasn’t my fav. /
the croquettes were good tho, it had whole corns in them and were served with a tangy dipping sauce! mayhaps it’s because i love croquettes and anything citrusy lol but i loved this one! it wasn’t too oily too. /
as for the lava cake, it was super rich & chocolaty, momsie & i were like “MMMMMMM” during the first few bites but i lowkey got a little sick of it towards the end... the batter tasted a little too doughy after a few bites. i wish the ice cream wasn’t vanilla flavoured, i dislike most vanilla ice creams bc they taste artificial and weird (i’ve had good vanilla ice cream tho but those are super rare) and TCC’s tasted a little artificial too ☹️ i ate some anyway bc it feels good to pair cold with hot when having desserts lol /
i also ordered a caffeine-free melon & mangosteen tea and it came with a cookie!!!! (which was good btw it was so buttery 😍) the tea itself was fruity & floral with a unique scent (since i’ve never had mangosteen tea before) some other things in the teabag: marigold, rosehip, apple... & a few other things but again i have one brain cell so that was all i can remember. my mom got a peanut hazelnut chocolate latte which was sweet, comforting and full of texture but she said it made her feel sick halfway through the cup 🤷🏻‍♀️ probably from the huge amounts of sugar in it but well it tasted yum. /
it felt nice going back to TCC after a long while as my mom & i used to frequent there after my hospital appointments a few years ago (at another outlet) and i felt like i relieved some nice memories hehe.

So glad that we chose to get this even though it wasn't a best seller or one of those items that are specially "badged" on a menu.

We were pleasantly surprised by the thickness and juiciness of the patty coupled with just enough mentaiko sauce to make it a delightful dish. The truffle fries were also a welcome additional unlike the normal ones we usually have elsewhere. 😋

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Pan seared salmon fillet served with seaweed mashed potatoes, garden vegetables and red miso sauce.


It's subtly flavoured with chilli and garlic, accompanied with succulent pan seared scallops and prawns. TCC members get to enjoy 1 for 1 main course/ pasta till 27 July.