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Nesuto, translating to “nest” in Japanese, symbolises home and family. It aims to bring the feeling of comfort, peace, and rest to every customers who step into its doors. Helmed by Head Pastry Chef Alicia Wong, Nesuto serves cakes and entremet made using quality and premium ingredients directly imported from France and Japan.

53 Tras Street
Singapore 078992

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 05:30pm



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A very pleasantly light piece that has an almond dacquoise base, with layers of nutty pistachio praline, tangy sweet strawberry crémeux and rhubarb compote, plus valrhona opalys bavarois. Was specially created for Christmas!

Pear compote, vanilla, white chocolate and amaretto on a base of hazelnut chocolate sponge and chocolate sablé. I personally would have liked a more distinct pear sweetness to come through, as the chocolate elements seem to take centre stage.

Joyeux Noel with @dear.nesuto, Vanille Rhubarb Log Cake.
Delicate log cake with tarty rhubarbs in centre,strawberry and pistachio. Encased in dried vanilla bean bavarois mousse and almond dacquoise.
The cake is light, not too sweet.
Three diff sables, perfect for gift, customer can choose flavour from :
chocolate and mint sable.
chocolate and orange sable.
chocolate Fleur de sel sable.

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Yummy fluffy cake with raspberry chantilly, vanilla Soufflé sponge, Raspberry bits and light yuzu mousse. Sweet and citrusy at the same time. Real good. We like it.

Some treat for self after surviving sept. Wanted to try the matcha cake but its sold out. This dark choc cake was good too!

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Back to Nesuto after a long while and the quality has dropped tremendously. The buttercream for the Chestnut Vanilla-Brandy Gateaux ($11.90) was very reminscent of the old-school buttercream taste that leaves this sick, oily and cloying aftertaste. The cake was nothing to shout about.

Also ordered a Yuzu Raspberry ($11.90) and was equally meh..

Both cakes were honestly that of neighbourhood bakeries (no diss, each to their own’s) but honestly expecting more because of its premium pricetag. These cakes are not light at all, just artificial and really heavy. (with the additional weight of my guilt consuming calories that could be spent elsewhere).

Guess I can now walk past Nesuto without clamouring to go in anymore… adieu~