Alrighty my friends know that I am notorious for loving sweet things... and what can I say I would skip dinner to have three desserts instead hahahaha
So I will break this into several posts of sweet things that I have really enjoyed here thus far and some places that I will list I have no photos of because I lost my camera earlier on in the trip. Will try to do it chronologically!
Goodwood Park Hotel - Coffee Lounge
This place has an amazing nonya high tea buffet! One of the best I have had actually. Ranging from dim sum and laksa to chocolate mousse cake and nonya keuh of all colours. Not all buffets are 100% fantastic and delectable - this one is close to 95%! I had such a gastronomical affair there and I hope to return during my trip to see it again so I can give a better report and include photos. The service and atmosphere were excellent though a little pricey - I believe at the time we had it for S$30.
22 Scotts Road (is walkable from orchard station!)
+65 6737 7411
Classic Cake - Clementi Ave
I enjoy a good cake... what am I saying - I love a good cake! Whether it be western, eastern or intergalatic - and this place produced fantastic cakes! For my auntie's birthday and her grand nephews one month old birthday I got to taste two fantastic cakes from this cake shop. A vanilla cream crepe layered cake and a white chocolate mousse cake.
WOW look at all those crepes!!!!! Talk about effort!!!
It was sweet and surprisingly lighter than expected. The cream added a nice texture to the crepes that could have made it potentially quite dry. A good choice - now I want to try and attempt to make one when I return to Sydney :)
Chocolate cake on the inside to! yummmm
I was fairly impressed with this cake, but am personally not a fan of white chocolate! I don't really consider it real chocolate hahaha the only real chocolate for me is 70% dark chocolate. But it was sweet and smoothe though the cake a little dry it was a good compliment to the mousse. And the black and white choc-chips were a plus... absolutely loved them! Click the link below to get some more info on this brilliant place!
41, Sunset Way
Tel: 6762 8019
Gong He Guan - Chinese Desserts
This little hong kong dessert cafe tucked away in chinatown served as a great place to cool our stomachs off after a hot spicy indian curry. The service by the small asian lady was very attentive and keen and she was willing to explain to us about all the different desserts plastered across the walls
Gong He Guan
No. 28 Upper Cross Street
Will continue with a further posting as I believe it has just become to long and taking up a whole lot of download!