Windowsill Pies (Haji Lane)

1802 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
Artisanal Pies & Tarts, Coffee, Tea

17 Haji Lane
Singapore 189210

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Monday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Very cosy three floors cafe but space is limited! Enjoyed the passionfruit pineapple yogurt pie (has just the right amount of sourness!!) but s’mores pie became pretty gelat after a while :-(

Nice flavour but too sweet. Pie Crust is nice but too thin. I will prefer more Crust to balance the sweetness of the filling.

This honey macademia pie was fragrant and very sweet. Best paired with green tea.

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second try! these two were hands down the best pies from their selection (not that ive tried many but i cant fathom that other pies could be better than these)

smores: so good and very gao, id totally js eat the custard out of a bowl. very chocolatey and rich, you'd be tempted to eat this slowly to savour the taste.

strawberry lemon: sooooo yummy. the tart flavour of the lemon perfectly balances the sweetness of the pie + the strawberry bits were perfect. this is heaven.

yum: 10/10 PLEASE get

first time here at windowsill pies!!
pineapple passionfruit yoghurt was nice — apparently the yoghurt were the white chunks we thought were nougats HAHAH v tangy and sweet

coconut lime vodka was intense. pie was mainly lime with vodka cubes, the whipped cream on top was coconut but tasted underwhelming

thought two pies were too little for my friend and i but the flavours are intense and we got satisfied pretty easily! seats are limited tho. got these with chope vouchers

yum: 8/10!

These fellas know their stuff. Not every pie worked for me, but that means you'll find something to like here. Special shout out to the petit tarts. I liked the first (from left), an adaptation of Pierre Herme's hazelnut dessert, and third, a pistachio tart featuring pistachio financier, Sicilian pistachio cremeux and Iranian pistachios. Don't miss the fourth, a verrine comprising foie gras ganache, cognac gel, fig, hazelnut dragees and cherry jam.

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