Joining the ranks of elegant cafes at Rangoon Road (near Farrer-Park), Three Cheers Patisserie carry with it an extensive and pretty display of French pastries, simple bakes, ice-creams, waffles, and drinks.

The cake café is still quite off-the-radar for now though, with little mention on social media, so it remained quite quiet for now.

Three Cheers Patisserie is the sister company of the celebrated Mosanco Enchanted Café just down the road – you might know them as the café that is open 24 hours all week.

Stepping into the pristinely white café, the display counter is laid with pastries and tarts ready to be devoured. The selection is very wide and are priced similarly.

On display are rotating sweets of Chocolate Truffle ($9.90), New York Cheesecake ($8.90), Dark Chocolate Framboise ($9.90), Mango Tart ($9.90), Mango Azuki Yoghurt ($8.90), Royal Hazelnut Tart ($12.90), Strawberry Shortcake Cup ($8.90) and Tiramisu Cup ($8.90).

As I was spoiled for choice, the recommended sign on the menu offered some helpful guidance.

The staff told me to try the Strawberry Shortcake ($8.90), which is neatly assembled in a cup.

Dig into the shortcake that is made with fresh strawberries and light and fluffy Chantilly whipped cream.

One of their signatures is the New York Cheesecake ($8.90) with layer of buttery digestive biscuit, placed against the rich and milky cream cheese.

Another recommended item is the Royal Hazelnut Tart ($12.90) exemplifies the Gianduja Ganache, which is a chocolate ganache mixed with 30% hazelnut. With more roasted hazelnut to top, it is difficult to miss this tart for what it is – nutty and rich.

There are some Swiss rolls with local flavours, like the Cempedek Swiss Roll ($8.90) and the Pandan Kaya Swiss Roll ($8.90). A Honey Lemon Pound Cake ($12.90) is interesting, because it is soaked with lemon syrup to increase its moistness.

There are also Assorted Macarons ($3) in flavours of strawberry cream cheese, biscoff, chocolate, kaya, lemon to salted caramel.


The drinks are worth a note, since they carry over the whimsical theme of the Enchanted Café.

Look for The Enchantress Potion ($6.90), a brew of earl grey, rose, and cherry blossoms. Or you can fall to the Witch’s Sleeping Spell, a caffeine-free fusion of roselle and mint leaves, accented with dried fruits and berries.

With Three Cheers Patisserie blazing its own path on the pastry side and continuing its strong drinks bar, your afternoon tea destination should be set.

Three Cheers Patisserie
88 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218374
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

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* Written by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary and Dean Ang. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.

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