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17 Haji Lane
Singapore 189210

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Tangy pineapple and yoghurt curd,crunchy passionfruit seed glaze and home-made muesli morsels

Well! I think the guys have to rethink about consistency in menu and marketing. On Facebook, it’s “toucan” but only their website, it’s “pineapple passionfruit yoghurt”. At the shop, the staff introduced it as toucan but spelt it as tocan (?) when she labelled the boxes of pies 🤦🏻‍♀️

What I like: very tangy and sourish! But it might be overly sour for some people. Love the strong hints of passionfruit from the layer of glaze on top.

What I didn’t like: supermarket-like filo pastry as they crust base (I think a buttery crust is what makes a cut for a good pie!). It was too thin to balance out the strong tanginess of the fillings. Idk what’re the white cubes - the taste of these cubes weren’t distinct. If they’d been, then clearly they’ve been masked out by the tanginess of the filling ...

Fluffy Banana Mousse with crunchy Almond Brittle, topped with rich Cognac whipped cream.
WELL....I’m split about this.

What I like:
Rich cognac whipped cream, fluffy airy mousse

What I didn’t like:
Slightly bitter almond brittle (perhaps kinda burnt), it’s also sticky and sticks to the teeth! I’d expected the pie crust to be buttery but it’s actually filo pastry ): kinda feels like those you could easily get from any random supermarket(?) I think the pie crust is really important and this rendition didn’t do justice to the otherwise tasty mousse and cognac

The morello cherries were indeed sour haha. Loved the sugared pastry.

Ordered The Grasshopper (mind and chocolate) and Apple and Rum ($7.50 each, with burpple beyond). We also had their iced chocolate ($7)

The Apple and Rum was a nice balance or sweet and tarte, with generous servings of chewy apple. I would have liked for the almond (?) base to be less mushy. The crust was unfortunately very flat and limp, and failed to add another layer of dimension to this dessert. A thicker and more crunchy pie crust would have elevated the status of this otherwise good dessert.

The Grasshopper had a nice mint taste in the cream and the crumbles added a nice crunch to the pie. Definitely should try if you like mint and chocolate things like chocolate mint biscuits.

The iced chocolate a mixture of chocolate sludge and milk and was very very gao. I liked it for the intense chocolate flavour and adequate amount of sweetness but felt that the cocoa powder could have been distributed a bit more evenly or sifted more finely because it was quite difficult to mix the drink evenly and there were still clumps cocoa.

Total bill $15.50 the pies were not bad but the pecan pie was too sweet. I would advice you to get tea instead of a sweet drink to balance it out. The place was really nice to chill and hang out with friends.

Ordered the grasshopper and pecan pie! Preferred the latter as they were generous with the nuts and I loved the brown sugar filling! The former was pretty good too, tasted like a mint chocolate chip ice cream put into pie form!

Not to be missed is their iced chocolate! It was so so thick and decadent yet not overly sweet! Do yourself a favour and get it!