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Sweet Treats

Featuring Strangers' Reunion, Creamier (Toa Payoh), Carpenter and Cook, La Marelle Café & Boutique, Group Therapy (Duxton), ButterScotch, Fluff Bakery, Plain Vanilla Bakery (Tiong Bahru Estate), TWG Tea (Marina Bay Sands), Chocolate Origin (Changi Village)
Amalina Yusni
Amalina Yusni
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A box of six magical cupcakes. Consisting of flavours such as salted caramel, bandung, pandan kaya cheese, blueberry lemonade. This is beyond perfection, hands down. Moist, fluffy and light cake with flavoured fillings. You should know that I'm not exaggerating especially that I'm not a particularly cuppie fan. This is good stuff

Frankly I don't mind paying slightly more for customised magmum ice cream. A thick chocolate coating ranging from dark/milk/white chocolate, and three various toppings. Mine was dark choc coating, with sea salt, caramel bits, gold flakes topping for 7 bucks.

I swear that they have the best macaroons in town! What's even better is that besides not being alcohol infused, it's tea infused with variety of tea flavours. Despite the sweetness coming from the filling, you can still taste the hint of teas!

Something different. Not often served in other cafes. Mix of hot and cold. Mildly sweet, just the way I like it.

Light and fluffy buttermilk waffles, fresh cut fruits and milky vanilla ice cream. I love how it doesn't make me feel too full too easily

Banana brittle is indeed a mysteriously surprising type of pie. Subtle sweetness, full flavour with crunchy bits of (my guess) caramel and chocolate.

Lovely fluffy crispy waffles topped with pistachio, chocolate peppermint and the unique sea salt gula melaka ice creams!

One could opt for a slice of these if he/she wants to try something with a tinge of citrus and minimal sweetness, go for this one!

Had a bite from my colleague's, I must say it could be quite diabetic for someone who doesn't have a sweet tooth.