The road to diabetes is paved with good desserts.
Best Food 2016 Part I: 10 Best Desserts in Singapore
Presenting the 10 Best Desserts of 2016 in Singapore.
The Loft Cafe, Chinatown: A Cosy Nook in a Historic Place, Where We Hang Out Frequently
The Loft Cafe at Chinatown bakes their own desserts, and provides a lovely space to watch the world pass you by.
Bake Cheese Tart at Ion Orchard & Westgate; & Tai Cheong Egg Tart at Takashimaya: Are They Worth Queuing? (+Tai Cheong Egg Tart Recipe)
Bake Cheese Tart at Ion Orchard VS Tai Cheong Egg Tarts Bakery at Takashimaya – which one is worth queuing? Bonus: Tai Cheong Egg Tart recipe.
La Ristrettos, Novena Medical Centre: Several Doctor Friends Recommended This, But Shouldn’t it Be “Le Ristrettos”?
Several doctor friends have recommended me La Ristrettos, a cafe on the 8th floor of Novena Medical Centre.
Janice Wong Restaurant, Singapore National Museum: The Maestro of Desserts Opens a Modern Dim Sum Restaurant
Janice Wong Restaurant at Singapore National Museum serves modern dim sum and avant garde desserts. But we left sorely disappointed.
Patisserie Platine by Waku Ghin, Marina Bay Sands: Best Cakes in Singapore?
Patisserie Platine by Waku Ghin at Rise Lounge at Marina Bay Sands serves the best cakes in Singapore.
Mad About Sucre, Outram: Moved to Tears by Stories and Michelin-Worthy Food
Mad About Sucre at Outram will probably not be in the Michelin Guide this year, but it should. Last year, I put Mad About Sucre on the Best Desserts 2015. This year, it goes on my Best Restaurant list.
PERMANENTLY CLOSED: Smoothie House, Westgate: CNN’s “MUST-TRY” Dessert in Taiwan Now in Singapore!
The world-renowned Smoothie House 思慕昔, which sells more than a million bowls world-wide, has arrived in Singapore! The desserts are highly regarded by the CNN, which considers the brand’s desserts a “Must-Try.”
Froth, Big Hotel: Better for Desserts, Taro Waffles & Red Velvet Waffles
Froth Cafe at Big Hotel. Skip the savory, and dive straight into desserts.