The average cost of a mille crêpe in Singapore costs S$7.79 and we have based that estimated calculation across 15 different cafes.
Recently, we discovered the cheapest mille crêpe in town and it is being sold at a newly opened dessert parlour called Hasu Confections. A slice of Mille Crêpe here starts from S$6—almost half of what you would pay at popular establishments such as Lady M and Henri Charpentier!
Located on the second storey of Orchard Gateway is Sugar Lips – a newly opened dessert parlour that specialises in over-the-top sweet treats.
Quirky and whimsical, we did more than just a double take when walking past this dessert shop. Colourful paint is splashed across the cafe’s concrete floors, walls and exposed pipes.
So, is the food at Sugar Lips worth the damn calories or only worthy of a one-off visit? Read more to find out our verdict on this newest food and beverage addition to Orchard Road.
The wait is finally over. Kiss The Tiramisu, the popular South Korean Tiramisu soft-serve ice cream joint, is set to open in Singapore soon! Their first outlet will be located right in the heart of Orchard Road, at Orchard Gateway.
Kiss The Tiramisu has been a hit in South Korea ever since its debut in Hongdae, fusing two popular desserts into one awesome treat. Tiramisu and soft serve ice cream are like two peas in a pot. Each tiramisu soft serve from Kiss The Tiramisu is also served in a swanky gold-rimmed plastic “wine glass” for your perfect social media photo.
The dessert chain also opened in Bangkok in mid-2016, and it is definitely expanding to more and more countries in the region. We cannot wait for its grand opening here in sunny Singapore!
ION Orchard is a luxurious shopping mall that puts together familiar retail brands all within the eight levels of development, which total up to be 66,000 square metres.
From luxury brands to high street fashion and lifestyle brands, ION Orchard has over 300 retail, F&B and entertainment stores. It is one comprehensive destination mall that has attracted many international brands, as well as shoppers from all around the world.
Besides shopping, ION Orchard has a significant amount of retail space dedicated to dining. There are so many dining choices to choose from, and our ION Orchard Food Directory will give you a great overview. READ ON
Laurent’s Café is an underground gem in the heart of Orchard Road offering a menu of brunch items and desserts.
The cafe by renowned French chocolatier Laurent Bernard might be easy to miss as it sits on the basement level of a mall, but if we told you The Heeren, would you know where already?
Beautiful and authentic French fare and world-class desserts are what you can expect from this cosy and inviting space. Laurent’s Café is indeed those under-the-radar spots in town and it might easily be our favourite cafe in the Somerset area already!
And the best part? You can now enjoy 50% off your second main course every day from 6pm to 10pm when you quote ‘ladyironchef’ upon making a reservation. This offer is valid till 31 May 2016. More details at the end of this post.
Fans of Dazzling Cafe will be delighted to know that a second outlet – Dazzling Cafe Pink – will be officially opening its doors at Orchardgateway on 23 March 2016!
Dazzling Cafe Pink is more female-centric with a dining and retail concept, featuring a plethora of different brands and products ranging from hand bags to fashion accessories. This probably also means a shorter queue at its first outlet at Capitol Piazza!
Update: I See I See has officially closed in November 2016.
I See I See Handcrafted Icy Desserts, a popular ice popsicle shop in Hong Kong, is opening in Singapore at 313@Somerset in March 2016.
Launched in Hong Kong in May 2015, I See I See has been gaining popularity for its handcrafted ice pops since its opening. The small shop sits in Causeway Bay along Leighton Road – the same stretch as popular matcha dessert cafe Via Tokyo.
Will it be as popular in Singapore as it is in Hong Kong? We can’t wait to find out.
Oh how we love the comeback of churros. Churro101 has arrived in Singapore just a couple of weeks back and its reception has been very successful. After an old wave of churros slowly disappeared in Singapore, some smart entrepreneurs decided to rekindle it, and this time, in a Korean style – because anything Korean seems to work, no?