Tag Archives: Cafe Reviews

TWG Tea Salon And Boutique Review – ION Orchard Road Singapore

One of the most well known local brands, TWG tea is a luxury tea brand that was established in Singapore in 2008 and has branches of it’s retail outlet and tea rooms all over the world. With currently eleven TWG boutiques in Singapore, the TWG in ION shopping centre on Orchard Road combines both it’s… Read More »

The Assembly Ground Cafe Review – The Cathay Singapore

The Assembly Ground is a lively and casual place that’s great for meeting up with friends over brunch, dinner or a cup of their specialty coffee. They have a simple menu of appetisers, salads, soup, brunch and dinner main courses as well as desserts. Brunch here yesterday was enjoyable, reservations were made using Quandoo although… Read More »

Mad About Sucre Review – Outram Park Singapore

Walking down Teo Hong Road just next to Exit H of Outram Park MRT, you might not notice Mad About Sucre’s inconspicuous shop front and although it may look like any other shop along that road, step inside this cute and cosy patisserie and you’ll be greeted by a display of delightful looking individually handcrafted cakes.… Read More »

Matchaya Cafe Review – Tanjong Pagar Singapore

More of a small shop than a café, Matchaya’s variety of sweet treats is by no means small. Owned by a Singaporean couple, it started as an online shop selling different flavours of Japanese milk tea all made using premium organic ingredients with no preservatives and much to everyone’s delight a physical store was opened… Read More »

SweetSpot Cafe Review – Marina Bay Sands Singapore

Greeted by the aroma of freshly brewed coffee and a colourful display of macarons, chocolates, pastries, tarts, cakes and bread, if you’re passing through the Marina Bay Sands hotel lobby in tower 3 and have a sweet tooth like me, then you won’t be able to resist stopping to admire the delectable desserts that SweetSpot have… Read More »

Tarte By Cheryl Koh Review – Artisanal Tarts From Asia’s Best Pastry Chef 2016

Tarte by Cheryl Koh is a delightful little pastry shop selling, yes you guessed it right, tarts! All kinds of delicious, colourful tarts. From seasonal fresh fruit tarts to classic chocolate tarts and some more unusual Asian flavours such as yuzu and pandan. Owned by Les Amis’s pastry chef Cheryl Koh, who was also crowned… Read More »

Tiong Bahru Bakery Review – Tiong Bahru Singapore

One of the most well known and popular bakeries in the Tiong Bahru area, this cosy bakery and café welcomes you with the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries. Constantly bustling with people stopping for their morning coffee and croissant or for an afternoon sweet treat, this self-service café offers a variety of traditional French… Read More »

Plain Vanilla Bakery Review – Tiong Bahru Singapore

I’m so excited to have finally found a great cupcake place in Singapore! Exploring the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood yesterday I stumbled upon the Plain Vanilla Bakery on Yong Siak Street which not only serves cupcakes in several different mouth-watering flavours including Red Velvet, Salted Caramel and Chocolate Hazelnut to name but a few but they also… Read More »

O’ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe Review

O’ma Spoon is a Korean dessert chain that specialises in bingsu. Bingsu is a Korean dessert traditionally made with shaved ice and a variety of different toppings including red beans, fruit, ice cream, syrup etc. but the bingsu in O’ma Spoon is made with deliciously creamy shaved milk ice. They have several different types of bingsu – Choco Brownie… Read More »