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first time trying the iced hojicha latte with oat milk from Oatside ($9.30 nett) and it tastes even better than before!! i’m really Oatside’s biggest fan…

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They have some really good and crispy croffle!! I love the flaky texture and it's just so fragrant and crispy! Used the Burpple waffles/croffles one for one. Also tried their pandan waffle, which requires additional top up, but it was not bad too!

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Twobakeboys is a relatively new cafe in the Kampong Glam area. The lady boss (her story for setting up this cafe is really inspiring btw) came over to ask us how the cakes were, and judging from past google reviews, they’re very humble and willing to improve their standards. We used burpple 1-for-1 (damn value), and there are deals for takeaway - they give cute sauce packets to-go! This place is a gem in Bugis and you should drop by if you ever have a crepe cake craving 👍👍
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Taste: 3.5/5
Stonks: 4/5
Overall: 4/5 🤩🤩

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Hojicha Crepe Cake ($8) 🍵🍰
A newly added item, the sweetness and smokiness of the hojicha was really brought out in the cream and that was a pleasant surprise! Our main gripe was that it was on the dry and denser side, and it seemed like it was lacking a hojicha sauce to really bring the wow factor

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📍Twobakeboys (Bugis)
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Thai Tea Crepe Cake ($8) 🧋🍰
Their signature thai tea crepe cake is SO GOOD that it’s to die for. The cake itself had a very gentle tea flavour and was slightly dry, until we luxuriously slathered the thai tea sauce all over it (swipe to watch us fail HAHA). You must pair them together for the best flavours and fun!

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Matcha Hojicha Latte Ice Blend $7 | Goma Slice $8.90

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The usual is orange but they are having yuzu this season. Very very fragrant osmanthus with the citrusy taste sealed in. Too much ice imo and a bigger cup will make me happier since it's $8+.

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The waffles is super crispy and fluffy, can disintegrate quite easily though.

Both ice cream flavours were thick, creamy and doesn't melt easily. Not a fan of Dark Choc but this was not too bitter nor sour, with a very light tinge of French Rose. Creamy Vanilla with sweet kumquat, very lightly sourish. Overall, I think they were delicious.

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We walked past bird of paradise, the smell of waffle took me in. I was so full (combination of trying to fast during the date with a couple of sweets; i ate too fast and the coconut in the laksa made me bloated;) i thought since i was here, i must have one. So i picked lychee rose in cone. Very refreshing light icecream, probably neutralised the acid in my stomach, i felt so much better after having the icecream. I was told it was my imagination. Anyway, i dont care. I did feel less bloated!

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After school treat for Little Miss W
Chocolate icecream with Freshly made waffle
Super delicious! I had a yuzu sorbet, a bit sweet but very refreshing. If i think it’s sweet, i think normal people may think it is very sweet, but I enjoyed it!

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Food here is consistently good and service quick. This Caesar salad was served in a hardened but edible galette bowl. Salad itself was delicious with kale replacing the usual lettuce and crispy bacon providing the crunch, but the bowl was a bit of a gimmick. Nonetheless would definitely repeat the order.

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For desserts, we decided to try something more mainstream and we went for a chocolate-based dessert, which was served in a container. There are actually quite a few layers to this dessert - the top and bottom layers are cookie crumbs, these are each accompanied by a layer of fresh cream! In the middle, you have a layer of dark chocolate cake and a layer of chocolate mousse. We liked the mousse as it was a little light, and we also liked the hazelnut taste in it. However, the dark chocolate layer above it was a little too rich and the two of us were unable to finish it! We accompanied each of the layers with some of the cookie crumbs as we liked a little crunch to go with each bite of our dessert.

Overall, while we liked the diversity of tastes in this dessert, we felt it was a little too much for two to finish! It might be easier to share this between three of four persons instead. However, given it's size, it is very worth it since it is priced at only $9.50.

Surprisingly, The Forage Cafe wasn't exceptionally crowded for lunch on a Sunday, but we still made a reservation nonetheless as we wanted to be safe! 😁

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