85C Lorong 4 Toa Payoh
Singapore 313085

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10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

09:30am - 06:30pm

09:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

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The cheese cake is rich and pretty decent. Would be better if the centre is oozing and melting.

I will tell you my fave. So far I am liking the pistachio and the red velvet Nutella. The pistachio is a clear winner among the kids and adults. Those who prefer strawberry cream and jam will like the pink cupcake. If you have a sweet tooth, you will like the strawberry and the chocolate. Personally I prefer the rich nuttiness of the pistachio. The sesame is okay but I suspect those who love it thick like the actual paste will find it average. I remembered liking the sesame alot better when I first bought it. I am not sure why I am neutral this time. I also bought a pack of Matcha madelines but I do not find it that great.

No more dining in, only take aways. No more watermelon rose cake in the shop but I think you can order customize cakes and cupcakes from them. I don't know if you can order the rose watermelon as a customize but I do wish I could eat the actual version. How I wish I had know about them earlier because these cupcakes are so yummy. Imagine how those original cakes would have tasted. You can buy the cupcakes in the shop for take aways. The black sesame frosting is thick and fragrant with the sesame flavour. The cake is sweet and can do with a little peanutty flavour but it is still good. The pistachio is so good. The frosting is fragrant like a thick pistachio paste that isn't cloying and matches really well the cake part. I think I will go down to the shop again to try the rest of the flavours. And repeat purchase these two flavours.

This cake was a really interesting proposition that has intrigued me for weeks, and I only recently got around to trying it. I liked the watermelon and rose flavours, but the separation of fat (from the cream) and water (from the watermelon ring) was too jarring for me to enjoy it properly.

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With their Lychee Rose ($5.50) cake, I enjoyed the refreshing foolproof combination. This floral-fruity number melds the sweetness of lychee with the bright aroma of rose perfectly. Alternating between the juicy chunks of lychee studded in smooth buttercream and soft vanilla sponge, the cake had a nice textural contrast too. A good choice if you want something light and fragrant.


Occupying just a small unit in the Toa Payoh heartlands, The Twisted Trio was a great find - a cosy space to rest your feet while munching on delectable cakes and sipping on a cup of coffee.

Mildly earthy and rich, lovers of the nut will love their take on the Pistachio ($7) cake. Brimming with pistachio aroma and flavour, the slice was layered with moist sponge, decadent cream and finished off with more chopped nuts. Not too sweet, the sponge was sufficiently soft but the buttercream was a tad dense and heavy for me. Slightly cloying towards the end, the cake is best when shared in my opinion.

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