13 Stamford Road
#01-11 Capitol Singapore
Singapore 178905

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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The Pistachio Raspberry Tart ($15) is rich and packed with nutty fragrance. There is a good balance of sweet, salty and citrusy notes. The tart is crisp and buttery. Although the tart is quite pricey, it is big enough to be shared. Not bad!

Did you know that there is a Cafe Kitsuné by Maison Kitsuné in Singapore? ✨

💡: Waited for the hype to die down ☺️ not much queue now haha! prefect quiet spot for a chill solo coffee break! Though not cheap 🙃
📍: 13 Stamford Rd, #01-11, Singapore 178905
💰 : ~$15-20
⭐️ : 3/5

Food —— The cakes were too pricey (~ $12-15) 🥲 so got a genmaicha financier ($5), 🦊 fox butter cookie ($4) and matcha chocolate ($8.5) 🍵 Oof the matcha chocolate is super super rich - almost like a puree 😮 can be shared! genmaicha financier is good ✨ nice fresh baked texture ☺️ fox butter cookie is … a cute cookie 🙂 Really just there for the brand 😂 ambience is really calming and nice for work or reading thou ☺️❤️

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Here's what we had:
🖤 Sesame Latte ($7.50++)
🍪 Cafe Kitsune Shortbread - Butter ($4++)
☕️ Latte ($7++, add $1 for soy milk)
💗 Yuzu pistachio strawberry tart ($13++): a Singapore exclusive 🇸🇬, this treat boasts of strong fruity notes of strawberry 🍓, with tangy flavours complemented by buttery base 🧈, sweet white chocolate 🤍🍫 & crushed pistachio nuts 💚.
🤎 Paris-Brest ($12++): one for the sweet tooth! Featuring light choux pastry sandwiching piped hazelnut praline crème 🌰, I enjoyed the nutty flavours. 😋

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Paris Brest 3/5
Sparking Yuzu 2/5

The current cuddle weather got me craving for a warm cup of Café Kitsuné’s lusciously smooth Earl Grey Dark Chocolate ($8.50). A delicious concoction, the blend of flavours ticked all the right boxes with its fragrant floral notes and deep bittersweet chocolate flavour. My first time having such a mix, I really enjoyed the elegant yet intense twist (not too jelat as well). The citrus-like taste of the drink went superbly with the Matcha fox-shaped Sable ($4) too. Mildly sweet and earthy, the buttery shortbread offered firm great bites - a pricey but cute iconic treat.

w/ Paris Brest and Café Kitsuné Butter Shortbread

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