Tag Archives: Dessert

Alfero Gelato – Snow White Gelato Is The Fairest Of Them All

The taxi driver wondered why I would cab all the way to MacPherson Lane, “You mean you came all the way here just to eat ice cream??” I did. Upon reaching, the rather ulu Alfero Gelato was not easy to find – somewhere in the middle of some old housing estate next to a green […]

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Chocolate Origin – Chocolate Love at First Bite

Chocolate Origin has been known for its extremely chocolate cakes, and they have only 3 products in its shop – The original chocolate, dark and lava cake. This reminds me when Awfully Chocolate started out selling just chocolate cakes as well. While they have been dishing out chocolate goodness in Changi Village (who can be […]

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Goodwood Park Hotel – Who Wins the Showdown of the Durian Puffs?

The durian season is here again, as the main fruiting season occurs from June to August – which means the durians you get now are more ‘fragrant’ and yummy. Fragrance for durian is really subjective. As what Anthony Bourdain says, you either love or despite it, and your breath will smell as if you’d been […]

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E.clat Gourmet Canteen – New F&B Canteen with All Day Breakfast

I am probably the first to write about this very new E.clat Gourmet Canteen. You may wonder what “E.clat” (pronounced ‘a-kla’) is – Not a long choux French pastry, but French meaning “great brilliance, as of performance or achievement”. Great performance for a canteen? Well, the restaurant is owned by a group of property agents. […]

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[Closed] Pavé – Cakes That Are Pieces of Art

Katong is one of those areas which is full of gems, some old and charming, some new and quirky. My ‘Katong-boy’ friend Paul wanted to introduce me this “country-looking cosy little cake shop” in which he raved about how pretty the cakes looked. Sure enough, once I walked pass dainty looking confectionary with country-green and […]

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[Closed] Centre Ps – A Hidden Dessert Gem at Tiong Bahru

The truth is, I only found my way here because Open Door Policy was closed. This is truly a hidden find because in terms of dessert shops at Tiong Bahru, I could only recall Café Pralet and Drips exist at Tiong Bahru. It was kind of embarrassing when I asked if Centre Ps was new, […]

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[Closed] Broadway Cafe – Get Drunk on Alcoholic Cakes

The idea of a ‘Broadway Café’ is already enlivening, plus it sells alcoholic cakes in the likes of lychee martini, orange vodka, chocolate whiskey, blonde bailey and ribena vodka. Would we get drunk? Located at Duxton Road near my favourite Littered with Books and next to Ernest Seah’s shop (The actor who played the Watsons […]

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