*38cm tarts have to be ordered two days in advance
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1 Scotts Road
#02-12 Shaw Centre
Singapore 238868

Monday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Friday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 07:30pm

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~$10/pax

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Tarte by Cheryl Koh has opened its new cafe space at the second level of Shaw Centre and feature not only tarts but cakes and beverages as well. Tried the Fraisier ($10) and the first mouth went straight to my heart! The cream, sandwiched between the sponge, is delicate, moist and rich in a sweet vanilla flavour that's just right enough not to cloy, along with what seems and tastes like toasted meringue on the top. Strawberries taste fresh and sweet as well with a slight tang that goes very well with the sponge and cream and gives the cake a bit of a bite. $10 might raise expectations on a cake, but there's no doubt that this cake is near perfect - to me at least - and the only thing that needs improvement would be the structure of it; notice how the meringue is not lined uniformly on the top and the cake looks a little pressed down. Otherwise, I thoroughly loved every moment of the strawberry shortcake-lookalike and there's no doubt I'd be back here for this if I'd ever like to treat myself to a generous splurge on dessert. 😋

Tarte by Cheryl Koh's tarts had been their specialty ever since they had started; always liked how their tarts carried quality and how the tart base just crumbles neatly without causing a huge mess on the plate by being less firm that what it should have been. The Houjicha Tart is no different; a sturdy tart base that holds up well to the slices of the fork, while the roasty aroma of Houjicha is especially prominent; perfuming it's way through the entire tart while one is at it — just builds on rather than fading away after a few bites. Although pricey at $10, it's a place that is certainly worth the occasional treat.

$10 for the individual tart size.

One of my favourite seasonal tarts at this nice shop at Shaw Center. A great option if you're looking for a nice spot to chat and enjoy a dessert along Orchard road. While the shop is primarily take away focused, you can take the tarts and dine in at Caveau Wine Bar which is just beside and under the same Les Amis group.

I highly recommend all the fruit tarts which are made with superb seasonal fruits from around the world.

Tarte Bourdaloue $10
Seasonal french pear on almond frangipane
Tea Crème Brûlée $9
Earl grey tea crème brûlée

Tarte’s take on the classic Mont Blanc brings you The Chesnut: ardèche chestnuts, a smooth vanilla cream, and a heart of liquid dark rum. I’ve always like chestnuts and their characteristic earthiness and sandy texture, so this was definitely a huge win in my books. A shortbread like base and super light and yummy vanilla cream made this flawless pour moi except for one detail — the copious amounts of rum encased within. Don’t get me wrong it’s a really really great dessert, but let me put it this way: you’ve really gotta like your alcoholic desserts to enjoy this. If you’re any bit like me and prefer your alcohol and desserts separate, this wouldn’t be for you.

With the influx of foreign talents such as Pablo and Bake, I felt a sense of patriotism (it's still August 🇸🇬) buying these beauties. I've lost count the number of times I've walked out with a happy box of goodies. And unlike their cheesy Japanese counterparts, Tarte keeps coming up with new flavours to keep your taste buds tingling!
If you're looking for a dine-in option, you can bring the tarts to the restaurant next door. Sit by the window, it's a nice spot to people watch 👀

Not sure which price is which but one was 8.41 the other is 9.34

Both have crunchy bases, the taste of pistachio is refleced strongly on the filling, with occasional crunch from the actual pistachio. The chocolate tart is filled with rich dark chocolage ganache.
Both tarts 4.25/5

Essentially a creamy, pillowy smother, with wet and pleasurable shocks of tart, alcoholic cherry electricity. 3.8/5

Rainy mornings dictate a seduction act by Blackforest Tart. Think crunchy dark chocolate base, cream-lined fluffiness within, complete with cherries and kirsch.

Great excuse to try them, bought to celebrate with family on first day at my new job. Last time I went after 7PM and found out they close early, only recently they extended the opening hours. Coffee creme burelee and blueberries tarts ($9/each), not overly sweet and base curst is not too think and right texture. Want to try all other flavours. 😌 #celebration #tarts #dessert #sgfood #burpple #igsg

Hadn't been back to Tarte by Cheryl Koh in a while and they seem to have quite a few new varieties available. The Cheese Tart might sound expensive and pricey as compared to the likes of BAKE and others at $9, but the cheese tart itself targets a different crowd similar to that who may find now-defunct Kki Sweet's version appealing. The Mascarpone Cream Cheese filling was creamy, suitably cheesy yet not too dense so it's relatively easy to finish though what I found most intriguing was the torched layer over the top much like a Creme Brûlée in terms of flavour though without the crackling. Absolutely luxurious and a great treat for dessert, absolutely when all that smooth cream cheese comes within the thin yet crisp tart shell beneath.

It only takes two main components to form the scrumptious whole. There's the in-season Spanish clementines represented as a marmalade and fresh, bursting-point-juicy segments, plus a fabulous crisp "sugar dough" pastry base.
It sounds like the simplest of formulae but that doesn't lessen the ability it has to stun.

Was looking through Burpple's Hot 100 and realized I haven't tried Tarte by Cheryl Koh (gasps!). I'm glad that I finally have, cause while pricy, it's definitely worth a try! 😋

Of course the cherries were a no brainer. On it's own, it was a little tart and made me pucker up with each piece, but coupled with the luscious cream and buttery base, it took all my effort to stop me from inhaling the whole thing. 😂 (Behind is the houjicha tart which was creamy and divine 👌)

You'll definitely take some time to pick which tart to try when you're here. Settled on cherry (seasonal tart) and hojicha. The cherry was very refreshing while the hojicha had a very rich and fragrant taste. Loved both, but the hojicha was definitely more unique. Definitely worth a try if you're in the area!

$9 for a tart this tiny, it's not longer just about watching your waistline! Tried the Hojicha Creme Brulee tart & the Pistachio Frangipane tart (as shown here). A small price to pay if your dreams haven't been so sweet lately.

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