They have been opened for eons but finally only here after so many years; not really much of a Tiramisu person — I am the sort of person who would usually prefer a Cheesecake/Carrot Cake any day.
That being said, I actually found myself appreciating the Tiramisu here and it was a really good one. Despite not being the most classic flavour available, I enjoyed the light and smooth cream cheese, fluffy, coffee-soaked sponge and the thick, crackling torched sugar layer that is executed even way better than some Creme Brûlée attempts out there. The cake was suprisingly balanced in booziness — one could taste a tinge of it and it seems to be stronger around the ends, but it is never overbearing that it completely covers all the other flavours of the cake. A place that Tiramisu lovers should check out especially with their rather ideal execution of their Tiramisu and their small range of rather unconventional flavours available
Been wanting to try this place for ages and finally did! We liked both for their strong flavours and even distribution between layers. One of the more decent tiramisu, but by no means life-changing.
Tried the classic, lychee and matcha tiramisu which were about $7.20/ea (can't remember the exact price). The classic was okay at best but the lychee was way too soggy for my liking and the matcha could hardly be tasted. However, 2/4 friends like the lychee so to each his own!
Trying their Earl Grey Lavender Tiramisu and it's equally good as the Classico! 🍰😋
Walked past, get in and ordered a tiramisu, and has since be a happy follower. A nice cozy place for a cuppa and nice (alcoholic) tiramisu.
Have Classico, Lychee, Matcha, Dark Cherry, Brûlée and Pistachio flavor. Matcha tiramisu • $7.20
Tucked away in the basement of sleepy mall The Central, this nondescript shop specialises in just one item — tiramisu — and it also happens to be one of the Burpple community's favourite renditions of the Italian cake! They offer several flavours like dark cherry and pistachio but for special celebrations, go straight for the Classico (from $30 for 500g / $7.20 a slice) — this timeless classic will not fail you. Light, fluffy, aromatic with bittersweet coffee and generous on the Kahlúa, we also appreciate how they've nailed the ratio between ladyfingers and mascarpone, resulting in a moist (yet not overly so) piece of perfection.
*Whole cakes have to be ordered two days in advance
Photo by Burppler Emily S
After a very satisfying dinner at 8 Korean BBQ on level 2 of Central at Clarke Quay, we strolled down to this place located in the basement of the same building. I was keen to check it out because my sis-in-law had said they have good tiramisu.
From the selection on display, we got the Classico and Dark Cherry to share. Our preference was firmly for the former as we found the latter too wet from the juices of the fruit. The level of alcohol in the Classico was decent for the price, plus it had the kind of texture I find appealing with its even proportion of coffee-soaked sponge fingers to mascarpone.
Really love their moist tiramsu cake base! The green tea one was slightly on the sweeter side for me but it was fantastic nonetheless!
Free flow water from a fancy tap too!
Price is about $7.50 per rectangular slice.
This place really does serve the best tiramisu in Singapore. In matcha, crème brûlée, classico, lychee, and dark cherry.
The original and lychee tiramisu are simply to die for. This place has achieved the perfect balance of coffee, liquor and cream.
Decided to get tiramisu (Italian means Pick me up/Cheer me up) as a small treat for my Brother who is home for the holiday. First time trying L'Atelier Tiramisu and I must say it's one of the best around. Two out of four flavours are shown here: Matcha and Classico, available at $7.20 per slice. Matcha uses fine Japanese tea powder to make, is lighter and bittersweet compared to Classico. But the latter is creamy and has strong coffee taste that it is just lip smacking good!!
Had brûlée, salted caramel flavor with the scorched top. Love the sweetness and the crispness of the surface. Alcohol flavor was not as strong. Would definitely be back.
My favorite goes to the Dark Cherry Tiramisu that is extremely moist and soft with alcohol soaked finger biscuits. I can taste the distinctive cherry taste that adds a sweet refreshing flavour yet retaining all the characteristic of a tiramisu cake. One of the best tiramisu I had.