1 West Coast Drive
#01-87 NEWest
Singapore 128020

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09:30am - 07:30pm

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I am excited when I saw @simple.cafesg launch the March special as they combined all the ingredients that I like! Peanut, Mochi and Donut. 😋

Location: Simple Café 簡單。1 W Coast Dr, #01-87 NEWest, Singapore 128020

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Little boss is really likes their donut. It’s soft, fluffy with generous fillings. So he always ask me to Tabao for him.
Beside their donut, @simple.cafesg also served very good cakes.
Feature :
Black sesame sponge, sesame ganache cream, homemade azuki paste, sesame biscuit.
I prefer more stronger the black sesame flavour , but for texture and combination with azuki is on point.

💕Saint Honore.
Puff pastry, Choux, Cremè patisserie, Chantilly cream.
The pastry flatly, light and not too sweet.
💕Mochi Donut.
Fluffy soft donut with filling of Mochi and peanut butter, I’m not a peanut butter person but I like this 😋.

📍Simple Cafe.
1 west coast dr, #01-87.

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Featuring Simple Cafe’s March Special; their Peanut Mochi Donut ($5.50)! Surprisingly light on the palate (as perhaps I was expecting a rich peanut butter-like filling), the smooth and luscious cream was folded with crunchy chunks of chopped nuts. Dusted with the familiar muah chee coating of peanut powder and sugar topping, the dough was also wonderfully fluffy and soft. None too sweet, the combination was truly foolproof. Not forgetting the thick slab of tender mochi adding to appeal and to the myriad of textures as well.

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Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy this as much as I thought I would. Layered with earl grey ladyfinger, orange mascarpone cream, and mandarin orange; Simple Cafe’s Orange Earl Grey Cake ($8.50) was just too sweet (and that is a lot coming from me). The ladyfinger also felt oversoaked with syrup so texture wise it was rather lacking as well. The tea flavour being mild tasting too.


A very fun and surprisingly good combination, the Yam ‘Niangao’ Donut ($5.50) was a hit with my parents. The yam filling was a nice balance of thick and smooth. Together with the soft sticky-chewy rice cake, the luscious puree didn’t taste artificial at all and wasn’t too sweet either as there was a slight savoury quality in the mix. The ratio of dough to filling was also very satisfying. Not forgetting, topped with crunchy bits of desiccated coconut, the pillowy and light dough was great on its own too.

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Just in time for their seasonal flavour, I got my taro cravings settled at Simple Cafe recently!

For their Yam Swiss Roll 芋泥卷 ($7/slice), the pairing of the elements was none too sweet. The cream tasted real light and fresh - I liked that it didn’t overwhelm the palate and the other ingredients as the flavour was mild. The sponge was decently soft too. And thinking that the yam flavour might be less pronounced due to the amount of yam filling, I am glad that I was mistaken as the yam puree found embellished atop and in the center of the roll had a great “yam-y” flavour. There was a pleasant medley of textures from the desiccated coconut and yam chunks as well.

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