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Hvala Waffle Bar – Matcha Softserve,Ice Blended, Latte, Frappe At 313Somerset

Matcha fans (or matchaholics) will be sad that Tsujiri had shifted out of 313 Somerset to Centrepoint Orchard. Fear nor, Hvala Waffle Bar that was located beside Tsujiri at 313 Somerset basement had started their entire series of Matcha desserts! Woohoo! There are 2 flavour available each time: Vanilla and Matcha for now. Each softserve comes in the name of

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Matchaya opens in Icon Village – Now You Can get HOUJICHA Soft Serve in Singapore

  Matchaya expanded from an online shop to a physical shop space at Icon Village and you must be thinking so what right? We made a beeline for the HOUJICHA soft serve (Is it a first in Singapore?) after learning that they started selling it at the shop! The HOUJICHA SOFT Serve! Despite its dull appearance as compared to its

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Antoinette – 5 Differents Flavours of Cheese Tarts at Penhas Road

Jumping on the bandwagon for the next craze in Singapore while anticipating BAKE Cheese Tart to open their doors in Singapore today, Antoinette released their own rendition shortly after BreadTalk and Prima Deli released theirs. Come in 5 flavours, think Vanilla, Salted yolk, Matcha, Chocolate and Caramel. The Salted Egg and Chocolate were priced at $3 each whereas the remaining

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Antoinette – It’s A Croissant Party – Salted Egg, Chili Crab, Matcha, Kaya, Cheese, Salted Caramel

The salted egg croissant craze swept through Singapore, and Antoinette was not spared. Helming the pastry kitchen is Chef Pang, who specializes in delicate and intricate French pastries. We were not surprised when Antoinette would release their own version of Salted Egg croissant ($6.50) which was our personal Favourite in Singapore – Flaky and buttery croissant with a grainy salted

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Guide to Matcha Swiss Rolls in Singapore – Rolling In The Deep

You are my poison and my antidote Being Matchaholics, we go for anything matcha, loving its subtle tea flavour and beautiful color. Matcha desserts range from cakes, lava cakes, cheese cakes, brownies to swiss rolls. We went on a roll eating swiss rolls and discovered a few lesser-known ones as well. So what defines a good matcha swiss roll? A

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Smoothie House – Popular Taiwan Dessert Is Now in Singapore!

【Updated 30/05/2016】 Popular Taiwan Ice Shaving Desserts from Yong Kang Street landed itself a spot in Singapore (make it 3) one in Raffles Place, one at Paya Lebar Square and the latest one at Westgate in the west. Offering their Snowflake Ice Series ($12.90-$15.90), Mini Ice Series ($6.90) and Smoothie ($6.50). A total of 5 flavours were available: Mango (our favourite), Strawberry, yogurt,

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Miyakori Coffee opens second cafe in Johor Bahru City Square, JB

Miyakori Coffee in Bukit Indah was in our bucket list for cafes-to-go in JB due to its cute theme that made it stood out among the rest. We were pleasantly surprised to chance upon them yesterday in our routine monthly hop to JB. Located beside the arcade at level 5, the café serves as a convenient point for all to

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The Plain Jane Cafe – Not so plain afterall!

We had a not-so-plain afternoon spent at neighbourhood Plain Jane Café last weekend and enjoyed the time at the vintage themed café with an abundance of food styling/decoration props. Every corner of the café makes a perfect angle for pictures – marble tables, wooden rustic furniture and patterned floor tiles. Menu is plain simple with fresh cakes selection (seasonal), brunches

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13 Places for Matcha Desserts in Hong Kong

You are my poison and my antidote I am a matchaholic that literally goes weak at anything and everything green and went up to Matcha Heaven while I was in Hong Kong for my short holiday. Doesn’t the bold green color of matcha makes desserts look pretty and gorgeous? Here’s 13 matcha-infused desserts I tried in Hong Kong in the

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16 Best Shibuya Toasts In Singapore Cafes

When we first had our first dose of Shibuya Toast in Bangkok’s After You Café, we started our hunt for it in Singapore. After all, Singaporeans love desserts and the combination of cold ice cream on top of warm thick toast was just so comforting. It took us some time to try out the best Shibuya toasts around in Singapore

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