A round-up of delectable treats from the very best patisseries in Singapore.
01: Ondeh Ondeh cheesecake from Conrad Centennial Singapore
With a launch of 9 new cakes, available at the
The Terrace and online, you'll be spoilt for choice.
We pick the Ondeh Ondeh cheesecake: the classic cheesecake is given a Singaporean twist with a centre swirl of gula melaka, set atop a coconut and palm sugar base. If you love the traditional Southeast Asian sweet treat, then you'll definitely be polishing up a few slices of this familiar yet refreshingly novel cake.
A cake created with mom in mind: Asian flavours come together in this delicate and light dessert, perfect to finish off a hearty meal. A spongey coconut fingers base is topped with layers of crunchy salted peanut and sesame feuilletine, then covered with a creamy white lotus seed mousse. Craters of rich salted egg lava catapults the cake from "yum" to "oh my!" and will have both you and your mom sighing in delight.
LeTao is welcoming spring with a launch of their famed fromage cheesecake in a crowd-pleasing matcha flavour. The double-layered cake is a fluffy combination of Hokkaido cream cheese, Italian mascarpone, and Kyoto matcha. Only 30 cakes are available daily, so pop by early to avoid disappointment. Not a fan of matcha? The original, best-selling Double Fromage and Chocolat Double are classics that can't go wrong.
$35 for whole cake (330g)
Ion Orchard, Tel: 8799 3551 letaosg.com
04: Lemon Fest at Flor Patisserie
This one's for the lemon lovers out there; this hot and humid month certainly calls for a tart, refreshing dessert to perk us up. And Flor's festival that runs till end June features four treats that will excite with a hint of sour amidst the sweet.
01: QI, lemon curd, lavender cream, almond shortcrust, $7.80
02: Lemon roll, lemon cream, cream sponge cake, $6.80 per slice, $18 for whole roll
03: Lemon cake, honey buttercake soaked in lemon juice, $4.50 per piece, $21.50 for a gift set of 5
04: Lemon souffle, baked lemon light cheesecake, $7.20 per slice
As part of Goodwood Park's annual durian fiesta, two durian mousse cakes - D24 and Mao Shan Wang - are being released on Mar 10 and May 27 respectively. The more neutral D24 is an 80s classic that is still as popular with customers today; and the famed Mao Shan Wang's bittersweet taste and thick, creamy texture will be a hit with hardcore durian lovers. D24 is now available at The Deli as well as for pre-order. Keep your eyes peeled for the Mao Shan Wang next month. This year's fiesta ends Jul 31.