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Strawberry and pistachio

The strawberry was brilliant, it's either the lightest sponge I've ever had or the most cake-like cream I've had

Pistachio flavour was there as well, and both weren't too strong so they came tgt nicely, surprisingly

Matcha doesn't come thru much

Yuzu and goma were strong. In fact the yuzu was so strong it covered up the goma at first, the goma comes thru at the end.

As someone w sensitive taste buds the flavours clashed a lot and didn't mesh but my dining partner highlighted to me that not everyone perceives it the same way.

She's right because this is a bestseller here, their signature and so it must be that most ppl find it strong but harmonious enough to like it

Heard all about the new KKI x Yusuke Shimura concept that will be running within the space of KKI at their Seah Street location from 31 May 2023 to 10 September 2023 — Yusuke Shimura being an artist from Japan and the current collaboration is named the Dreaming Dreaming pop-up. The theme, as claimed on KKI’s website, attempts to “evoke memories for everyone and creates new dreams with children” — the start date of the pop-up nicely coinciding with the June school holidays as well. With the Dreaming Dreaming pop-up, KKI is taking a pause from the reservation of their usual mousse cakes during the entire run of the pop-up; instead, they will be serving a whole new line-up of Mille-Feuille Sando; a new creation which is launched just for the Dreaming Dreaming pop-up. While the initial launch sees the introduction of three new Sweet Mille-Feuille Sandos, there are plans to release a further line-up of savoury ones in the coming months before the Dreaming Dreaming pop-up comes to an end. It is also noted that with the Dreaming Dreaming pop-up, KKI is now open for dine-in and takeaways without reservations needed — a more casual collaboration as compared to what they have had in the past. For beverages, patrons can choose between various bottled brews sourced from Old Hen Coffee Bar (yes, the same one at Rangoon Road / Owen Road), as well as sparkling teas from Gryphon Tea Company

There are only three Sweet Mille-Feuille Sando to choose from when we had visited the KKI x Yusuke Shimura on the very first day of operations. One of the Sweet Mille-Feuille Sando that really stood out amongst the various flavours available would be the Earl Grey Pear Sweet Mille-Feuille Sando — a variant of the Sweet Mille-Feuille Sando that can be said of a rather safe flavour combination. The Mille-Feuille Sando can be said as a dessert which features two layers of Mille-Feuille pastries sandwiching a thick layer of pastry cream within. In the case of the Earl Grey Pear Sweet Mille-Feuille Sando, the pastry cream would be that of an Earl Grey pastry cream coupled with diced cubes of pears within. Think of the Mille-Feuille pastries as something similar to that of Japanese biscuits; crisp and flaky pastry that reveals layers of lamination within — these were also lightly glazed on the exterior and comes with a bit of dusting of icing sugar over the top. The Earl Grey pastry cream here is absolutely on-point; smooth and creamy, bearing a distinct aroma of the tea, while the nibs of pear provide a soft crunch and a bit of sweetness to provide some contrast to the entire dessert. Overall, a rather simple creation, though it does require some skill to achieve the right consistency here especially for the Mille-Feuille pastry; the balance of flavours achieved here also is something with commending. Looking forward to the launch of their savoury Mille-Feuille Sando soon!

J ($14.50 ++) (Black Sesame | Yuzu | Matcha)

I reallly appreciated that the effort from the shop owner's idea and input on each cake even though people just copied the way he do. That's why he got brainstorm on each cake design and flavour to make own speciality. Each cake got own different design and flavour to choose from the reservation. But the reservation required the customer to order minimum 1 cake per 1 pax to avoid food wastage. Good efforts on the reservation to guage how many cake to make each day so that they don't need to waste the food daily basis. Let me to do introduction for "J" like born new seedling grow from the roots. Everything from "J" can be edible and can be made realistic cake. I just eat "J" on first try but got sweet and sour aftertaste due to strong combination of black sesame and yuzu. I cut through the cake, the "soil" just drop down from the top of "J" and taste like the chocolate powder. For me, I felt that "J" taste slightly creamy and milky inside "J" and also got crunchy matcha "pebbles" inside "J" taste like mild bitter.

Rooibos Tea ($6 ++)

non-caffeine tea but really taste like sweet aftertaste. not a good tea to pair with "J" tbh and probably need to be green or oolong tea instead.

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Back at Kki Sweets!

Nothing much changed, the staff are still superbly friendly & the desserts are 🤌🏻

I ordered the “J” for myself! Why choose when you can have all your favourite flavours in one cute cake?“J” consists of Black Sesame, Yuzu & Matchaaa. This was such a fun dessert to have! A combi of manyyyy textures!! Personally felt that “J” was the cutest & most artistic cake amongst all that I’ve ordered, even my sis couldn’t take her eyes off “J”

“Teh” had a super creamy, milky & perfumed layer of light yet airy earl grey mousse. At the centre, there’s chunks of thickly coated sweet & soft pears. Really liked that crunch from the thin toasted hazelnuts crisps.

If you’re looking for a slightly boozy sweet treat, you can try @kki “Fromage”. A classy combi of cushiony-soft & creamy-rich cheesiness, along with rum infused fruits, pairing well with the fluffy cheesecake at the bottom ; It’s topped with toasty cubes of kinako streusel, cubes of cheese blocks, cambozola (blue cheese), almond flakes and a touch of a dripping honeyed sauce!

“Nao” was so soft that it just melts in your mouth. Flavours went so well together too cause you can never go wrong with strawberry & pistachio.

Last but not least, we got “Marronnier”!! It contains chestnut, red fruits as well as cassis;))

Amazing desserts with a fine dining experience!

To go with the cakes, is a small selection of teas by a Japanese brand Lupicia & champagnes if you’d like!

Featuring 📸
~ TEH $11.50
~ NAO $12.50
~ Fromage $13.50

Not featured
~ J $13.50
~ Marronnier $9.50
~ Hot Tea (Green), (Oolong) & (Rooibos) $6 each

Truly an experience! Taking a break from the heatic world & just enjoying the cakes in a peaceful, calm & cosy space.

[NOTE: @kki only accepts reservations via their website!;))) Walk-ins not guaranteed!]


Fromage: Cambozola cheese, Rum fruits, kinaki streusel
Marronnier: Chestnut, Red fruits, Cassis
Very enjoyable desserts as they have many diff layers of tast to explore