[CLOSED] Whiskit Bakery & Cafe

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *


From the Burpple community

Mango Sago Tart (S$4.50)
Sable tart crust with mango cream patisserie and sago, topped with fresh mangoes and colourful sago.
Juicy mango cubes with the tadpoles giving more texture.

Orh Nee Gingko Tart (S$6.50)
Not too sweet lava like yam paste filling but there’s a slight bitterness from the gingko nuts.

Kaya Ondeh Tart (S$4.50)
Not too sweet kaya filling on sable tart crust, topped with mini sized honey sweet potato & purple sweet potato ondeh ondeh filled with gula melaka.

Orh Nee Tart (S$4.50)
Not too sweet yam paste filling on sable tart crust, topped with mini sized yam & pumpkin ondeh ondeh filled with gula melaka.

Available at @whiskitcafe

Whiskit Bakery & Cafe
Address 🏡 : 533 Upper Cross Street, # 01-33, Singapore 🇸🇬 050 533
Open ⏰ : Mon - Sat : 11am - 5pm
Website 🌐 : https://whiskitbakery.oddle.me/en_SG/
Note 📝 : last day of operation 26 March

Kaya Ondeh Tart and gingko nuts with yam tart + avocado milkshake

Overall nice and decent. Not so sweet n overpowering.

Quite liked the crust of these tarts as there was a crunch to it. The fillings were decent, but the ondeh topping was lacklustre. A decent place for dessert, but it didn’t really impress.


Overall, they were not bad for the price after burpple beyond! Peanut butter taste was quite distinct while the speculoos flavour was a good combination with the chocolate! However, the caramel biscuit was very soft which was quite weird. Would come back to try other tarts!

Standing in front of the display I thought “the tarts are larger than your mini tarts from Polar/ Delifrance, but smaller than your usual dessert/ pastry options at cafes.” Size aside I was saddened by the doughy, unappetising ondeh ondeh deceptively and beautifully topped on the tart base. If I ever do return I’d stick to flavours less prone to err, like the sweet chocolate salted caramel.
On to the base, the tart shells nostalgically remind me of the hard crumbly sorts I used to have from a particular commercial bakery; nothing fancifully artisan but it’d satiate.

Not a fan of coffee but I think both are decent, not bad. Paid $7 for both drinks using BB 1 for 1. Wanted to go for either Matcha Latte or Avocado Milkshake but both were oos coincidentally. ;(

Small cafe tucked among the many shops at Hong Lim Complex. Wanted to try the tarts after looking at the reviews but there weren’t much choices available (no ondeh, orh nee, lemon meringue, hazelnut chocolate or milo which look so good from the photos) when we went on Saturday at 5pm. Will come back to try again!