[CLOSED] Shuu Choux Bake Shop

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252 North Bridge Road
#B1-54 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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It is not logical to get one Mini Shuu Puff, so why not just buy a box of 6 at S$8.00? These Choux Puffs were so thin on the outside but generous on the cream fillings inside. Most importantly, the cream was tasty enough to make me want to pop more in my mouth, without having fear of a sugar overdose.

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The black sesame flavour is my fav! Followed by Hojicha, Matcha and earl grey tea. Their puff has so much flowy filling. So creamy. Worth my calories!

one of my go-to cream puffs!! ($4.30) love how the pastry is crispy on the exterior yet fluffy in the middle; it’s also super thin and the top part is crunchy to give a contrasting texture!! &&& omg the filling....... it’s literally generously filled to the brim with the amazingly luscious cream!!

got this tdy to try out smt new; for this there was a slight nutty and smoky taste (but it’s v subtle if u r gg for the sesame paste kinda vibe)

i had the raspberry & rose, earl grey and hazelnut before!! i think my fav would still be the earl grey for now 👅 9/10 for the puffs, 8/10 for this flavour!! can’t wait to try out more flavours in the near future

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I wish I’d taken the inside because this choux puff was bursting with thick matcha cream! It was also pretty sizeable, although I wished that the puff had been a bit more crisp. Worth a try, although I personally wouldn’t get it again. A bit too jelat unless you’re sharing with someone.

Pricey cream puff, but this has to be the most perfect one I’ve tried. The size (and amount of cream!) fully justifies the $4. The crust is more of the crispy type, which I actually prefer because those traditional tiny choux puffs turn soggy easily.

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Available as the limited edition flavour for February, the Mango Shuu looks like it’s totally ready for Chinese New Year with the yellow powder and glitter dusted atop the pastry for a shimmery look. Going past that crisp choux pastry, the cream puff comes packed with loads of Mango cream. Unlike the flavours that we have previously tried, the Mango is distinctively less creamier than the other offerings that they have; more custard-like in texture whilst carrying a brightly sweet yet lightly tart hint of mango — a rather refreshing take that is seemingly fruity that gives off that tropical dessert vibe.

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