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 It's more on hi tea... Serve only Cakes & DrinksNice environment with buddies chatting It's really worth to be here ... Please try the Bara Cake, it's like rose shape with Logan & strawberry taste , I'm sure, girl will love it very much ... Will come again
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It's more on hi tea... Serve only Cakes & Drinks
Nice environment with buddies chatting 

It's really worth to be here ... 

Please try the Bara Cake, it's like rose shape with Logan & strawberry taste , I'm sure, girl will love it very much ... 

Will come again
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2014-07-06 244 views
After the First Visit to Flor Patisserie's Cafe / Bakery nearly two years back, I revisited it again this year, with *Katherine. The lovely glass panels and distinctive blue-white painted walls were still around, and it was nearly a comfort.Located at 2 Duxton Hill, #01-01 Singapore 089588 , the number to dial is 6223 8628. One finds a wide array of fresh, light-flavored, fruity Japanese-inspired French pastries awaiting in their colors harmony, each looking more delectable than the other.It had
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After the First Visit to Flor Patisserie's Cafe / Bakery nearly two years back, I revisited it again this year, with *Katherine. The lovely glass panels and distinctive blue-white painted walls were still around, and it was nearly a comfort.

Located at 2 Duxton Hill, #01-01 Singapore 089588 , the number to dial is 6223 8628. One finds a wide array of fresh, light-flavored, fruity Japanese-inspired French pastries awaiting in their colors harmony, each looking more delectable than the other.

It had been a tough choice to pick out the two cakes we wanted, from a whole array of interesting looking flavors, but we settled on the Wakakusayma (green tea swiss roll, usually priced at SGD$7.60) - one of my favorites. Note that their texture is not exactly fluffy light or melt-in-your-mouth soft, but the sapid aroma of green tea was notably distinct, and the fruits were very fresh.

Next, we had the Strawberry Souffle (SGD$7.30 a piece) - soft as chiffon cakes are, and the fresh cream was delightfully sweet in a light manner. There were fresh strawberries adorning the top and seeping in between the layers of the cake, and we liked the presence of real fruits.

I also ordered an additional Iced Cheese Tart (SGD$3.40) in Original flavor - they were thoughtful to slice it up into quarters for us. The solid crust was a lovely contrast to the icy cream-cheese layer atop. The cheese flavor was light, and smooth, the way I remember it was during my very first visit.

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/07/tea-at-flor-patisserie-bakery-cafe-again.html

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2014-03-28 210 views
The outlet sells a variety of delicate looking Japanese style French pastries, which uses mainly fresh fruits, are lighter in flavour then conventional French pastries.The Blue Donut ($7.20)Mystical coloured Butterfly Pea mousse infused with honey, honey layered with vanilla mousse and signature sponge. Topped with thicken yoghurt and sprinkled with crunchy pistachios.Expecting the yoghurt to be sourish, but turns out quite smooth and light in taste. The Butterfly Pea mousse has a kind of fruity
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The outlet sells a variety of delicate looking Japanese style French pastries, which uses mainly fresh fruits, are lighter in flavour then conventional French pastries.
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The Blue Donut ($7.20)
Mystical coloured Butterfly Pea mousse infused with honey, honey layered with vanilla mousse and signature sponge. Topped with thicken yoghurt and sprinkled with crunchy pistachios.
Expecting the yoghurt to be sourish, but turns out quite smooth and light in taste. The Butterfly Pea mousse has a kind of fruity texture and taste.
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Napoleon ナポレオン ($7.20)
Traditional Napoleon, made with Chef's signature puff pastry, the strawberry version.
The Napoleon seems to have changed over the years. I remember the Napoleon used to have the puff pastry top and bottom, not the current side by side. But then it is easier to handle the cake in this way. Tastes quite light except for the sourish strawberries.

Overall I quite like the cakes as they are not too sweet and taste quite good.
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2014-02-23 98 views
Flor is a bakery started by Chef Yamashita, a Japanese-French concept, a gastronomical marriage between the creativity of Japanese desserts and the elegance of palatable French food art. Flor Patisserie prides itself on using the freshest and highest quality ingredients in creating memorable pastries that leaves one yearning for more. The cafe was tiny but the soothing themes of blue and beige made us feel very welcomed, and we were glad there was an empty table. Browsing the array of delectable
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Flor is a bakery started by Chef Yamashita, a Japanese-French concept, a gastronomical marriage between the creativity of Japanese desserts and the elegance of palatable French food art. Flor Patisserie prides itself on using the freshest and highest quality ingredients in creating memorable pastries that leaves one yearning for more.

The cafe was tiny but the soothing themes of blue and beige made us feel very welcomed, and we were glad there was an empty table. Browsing the array of delectable looking pastries made our mouths water. We picked a few, and eagerly headed back to the table so that we could enjoy these beautiful creations.

We had the Wakakusayma - matcha cream and honey green tea roll with red bean cream. This smooth, gentle, soft pastry dances in the mouth before melting slowly, leaving trails of sweetness all the way down the throat. The red bean cream combination was superb, especially those who like the sandy-sweetness of red beans.

We also tried one of the Iced Cheese Tarts (the original flavor) - a large almond cookie filled with Flor's creamcheese within - a divine blend of almond cookie's deliciousness and crunch, with the cold, slightly-salty cream oozing onto one's tastebuds.

For more detailed information and photos, do check out:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/01/tea-at-flor-patisserie.html
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2014-02-06 110 views
We loved the cakes very much - they are freshly made every morning (and tasted so good!). As for the shop decor, it is nice and sweet but nothing to shout about - just cosy for two. Great place to spend a lovely sweet time with your loved ones. We had our fav earl gray tea to go with the cake too. The tea is refillable for free (hot water only lah). Good to spend a lovely afternoon there. A lot of people make order for their cakes and come for collection too.
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We loved the cakes very much - they are freshly made every morning (and tasted so good!). As for the shop decor, it is nice and sweet but nothing to shout about - just cosy for two. Great place to spend a lovely sweet time with your loved ones. We had our fav earl gray tea to go with the cake too. The tea is refillable for free (hot water only lah). Good to spend a lovely afternoon there. A lot of people make order for their cakes and come for collection too.
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2013-09-28 71 views
Marron Pie, Thats what they call this. There are many layers to this small piece of cake which makes it really special. It is a very buttery and fragrant cake that is very unique because at the bottom of this cake is a crunchy puff like curry puff kind of flaky. In the center, you get pieces of chestnut thats slightly sweetened. Overall, the taste of this is so heavenly, you will agree that one small piece is just not enough!
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Marron Pie, Thats what they call this.
There are many layers to this small piece of cake which makes it really special.

It is a very buttery and fragrant cake that is very unique because at the bottom of this cake is a crunchy puff like curry puff kind of flaky.

In the center, you get pieces of chestnut thats slightly sweetened.

Overall, the taste of this is so heavenly, you will agree that one small piece is just not enough!
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Flor, they have nice cakes! The chef was from Japan, some said the chef was from Glace and he opened his own cake shop. We tried the strawberry and berry berry, according to the shop assistant the recommended one was berry berry. Anyway both are quite nice, even last time I tried the earl grey, it was nice too and even the cheese tart was quite nice too! Love it! Recommended!- Each piece of cake costs around $6-7.- Whole cake costs around $40.
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Flor, they have nice cakes! The chef was from Japan, some said the chef was from Glace and he opened his own cake shop. We tried the strawberry and berry berry, according to the shop assistant the recommended one was berry berry. Anyway both are quite nice, even last time I tried the earl grey, it was nice too and even the cheese tart was quite nice too! Love it! Recommended!

- Each piece of cake costs around $6-7.
- Whole cake costs around $40.
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This was my belated bday cake. Waguri MillefeuilleI don't know what to say because it just looks like a piece of art sitting there in its little box, not saying anything but waiting to be consumed by eyes.Its so pretty~ and the taste is exquisite. The subtlety of the French chestnut cream carefully piped over a sandwich of crisp, flaky puff pastry and pastry cream, topped with sweetened Japanese chestnuts.Ummmmmmmmmm.... u gotta try it. =)
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This was my belated bday cake. Waguri Millefeuille

I don't know what to say because it just looks like a piece of art sitting there in its little box, not saying anything but waiting to be consumed by eyes.

Its so pretty~ and the taste is exquisite. The subtlety of the French chestnut cream carefully piped over a sandwich of crisp, flaky puff pastry and pastry cream, topped with sweetened Japanese chestnuts.

Ummmmmmmmmm.... u gotta try it. =)
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I tried the cakes from this Japanese bakery shop with my friends recently and I would definitely come back again. The cakes are really light and fluffy and the flavours are also interesting yet delicious.I had three types - the Mont Blanc, mango pie and the green tea cake. My favourite type out of the lot was probably the mango pie, because of the flaky and crispy base.Besides the delicious cakes, I also bought two types of cookies - the walnut cookie and the sesame cookie, to bring home. Howeve
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I tried the cakes from this Japanese bakery shop with my friends recently and I would definitely come back again. The cakes are really light and fluffy and the flavours are also interesting yet delicious.

I had three types - the Mont Blanc, mango pie and the green tea cake. My favourite type out of the lot was probably the mango pie, because of the flaky and crispy base.

Besides the delicious cakes, I also bought two types of cookies - the walnut cookie and the sesame cookie, to bring home.

However, I must say the space at this restaurant is a little cramped if you are dining in, though - like my friends and I did that day.

To see a more in-depth review and some pictures, check out my blog post: http://www.prischew.com/food/flor-patisserie-cakes/
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2013-08-08 29 views
Flor Patisserie is a little bit of a trek for those who don't know the area well. The closest MRT stations are Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar, but my friends and I unknowingly took a long walk from Outram Park Station with the help of a smartphone.The patisserie is small - there's a capacity of six diners within the shop, with another three or so additional sets of tables and stools outside along the walkway. A few shelves affixed on the wall holds little bags of special cake-slices and cookies whi
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Flor Patisserie is a little bit of a trek for those who don't know the area well. The closest MRT stations are Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar, but my friends and I unknowingly took a long walk from Outram Park Station with the help of a smartphone.

The patisserie is small - there's a capacity of six diners within the shop, with another three or so additional sets of tables and stools outside along the walkway. A few shelves affixed on the wall holds little bags of special cake-slices and cookies which are up for sale, such as walnut cookies, chocolate madeleines, butter cakes, coffee biscuits, sesame cookies, etc. Most of these have a covered bowl of sampling pieces by their side, which is great for curious tasters like myself.

The three-tiered display cabinet by the cashier was empty other than the top shelf, which was quite a shame, as options were limited, and it showed. My friend and I went for the mont blanc (above) for $6.95. After unwrapping the surrounding foil, there lay a light yellow sponge cylinder topped with chestnut cream, pierced by chocolate curls and a flaky pastry shard. Unfortunately, the latter was soggy and papery, and I felt that the dessert should have done without it.

The taste of the entire cake was extremely subtle, a la Japanese baking style of Chef Yamashita. The first bite didn't speak much, but the light chestnut flavour came through with more bites, and a single sweet chestnut is later revealed under the carefully-piped cream. Both the texture of the sponge and cream was light and airy, very easy to eat. It was my first time trying a mont blanc, and I quite enjoyed it, but I must say that it was overpriced for its size.
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I had a bit of my friend's Wakakusayama, [pause to catch breath] which is a green tea Swiss roll filled with red bean cream, topped with fruits and sweet chestnuts. ($7.30)
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The flavour of green tea was strong in this cake. Rather heavy, almost bitter, not for those who usually stick to sweet treats. The red bean cream had a lot of authentic red bean taste, which is special to taste.
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My friends and I decided to share an 'Ice Cheese Tart' out of curiosity. Each tart costs $3.40, and has varieties of strawberry, green tea, maple, mango, chocolate & orange, yuzu and caramel, which we ended up choosing.

The 'Ice Cheese Tart' turned out to be pretty much a frozen mini-cheesecake stuck fast to a paper mould, with an almond biscuit base. It was pretty annoying trying to bite or cut through the rock-solid cheesecake, but we didn't have patience to wait for it to thaw either.
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The taste of the cheese tart was striking, and absolutely great. There's a distinct saltiness in the cream cheese which really improves the flavour of it. I didn't notice any obvious caramel flavour, but I'm guessing it was infused into the cream cheese somehow. I wouldn't mind going back to try the other flavours, especially maple, but I do wish they would sell these un-frozen!

Just when the three of us thought that we'd had enough cake for the day, a tray of Strawberry Soufflé ($6.60) magically appeared on the only-occupied shelf in the display cabinet when it wasn't there before, threatening to become dessert for our dessert!
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Gotta have it, we thought. It was okay height-wise, but was a narrow slice. Piled with blueberries and strawberries encased in clear jelly, the cake is made up of a thick middle layer of light, aerated cheesecake topped with chantilly cream and strawberry chunks, all sandwiched between light sponge cake, plus fine biscuit crumbs stuck to the side.

It was a very impressive cake, and I loved the hint of lemon in the cheesecake, which gave it a quiet, pleasant tang. Despite it being cheesecake, it was not too rich at all, because of the soufflé technique used to create an airy texture. My friends commented on sour strawberries, but the ones I ate seemed fine. This is a cake I'd come back for, it's delicious.

Due to the long walk under the hot, late-afternoon sun, we each got iced tea to cool ourselves down and quench our thirst. My friends went for green tea, a peach tea, and for myself, a mango tea. ($4.50, except for the green tea which was slightly cheaper)

The teas were very pure - teabag, water, ice cubes, and no added sugar. I could barely taste mango in mine, but it was refreshing, nevertheless. The staff at Flor gladly lets you top up the water in your cup, so you can maximise the use of the teabag.

We each ended up spending about $15 per person, with all the drinks and shared cakes. Not somewhere one would frequent as a student, but a nice, quiet place to go for an occasional dessert-escapade, especially if you're into Japanese desserts.

For the full review: http://london-glutton.blogspot.sg/2013/08/flor-patisserie-by-chef-yamashita.html
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The desserts and cakes served at Department Of Caffeine didn't look that fantastic hence we casted our eyes at FLOR Pâtisserie. This Japanese-styled cake shop serving authentic Japanese inspired French pastry was just a short 5 minutes stroll away.While ordering, we feasted our eyes on the wide array of pretty pastries. It's a tough choice.Their Ice Cheese Tarts ($3.40) are to die for! Plus you get to select from these 7 delectable flavours: Original, Mango, Strawberry, Caramel, Choco Orange, Gr
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The desserts and cakes served at Department Of Caffeine didn't look that fantastic hence we casted our eyes at FLOR Pâtisserie. This Japanese-styled cake shop serving authentic Japanese inspired French pastry was just a short 5 minutes stroll away.

While ordering, we feasted our eyes on the wide array of pretty pastries. It's a tough choice.

Their Ice Cheese Tarts ($3.40) are to die for! Plus you get to select from these 7 delectable flavours: Original, Mango, Strawberry, Caramel, Choco Orange, Green Tea as well as Yuzu & Maple. They are kept frozen in the fridge till ordered to maintain their freshness. I adore the intense cheese flavour packed within this small tartlet.

We have initial concerns that we will not be able to tell these exquisite fresh cream cakes apart but Earl Grey Choco ($6.95) with its delicate earl grey cream solved the issue with just one bite. The swiss roll of dark chocolate meringue and sweet banana goes really well as a package.

Mont Blanc ($6.95) is a swiss roll of special genoise sponge and chantilly cream, topped with whole sweetened Japanese chestnuts and delicate strands of French chestnut cream. It looks too good to be eaten!

We utterly enjoyed our weekend brunch. Department of Caffeine delighted us with their amazing breakfast offerings while FLOR Pâtisserie satisfied our cravings for sweet endings. They make wonderful complement for each other!

To read the full review with photos, please visit http://www.aspirantsg.com/department-of-caffeine-flor-perfect-complement-at-duxton/
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I've heard so much about Flor Patisserie and its high quality of pastries from various reviews and friends. Flor has pride itself upon its Japanese origins, with an authentic Japanese chef who crafts every single pastry fresh daily. A firm believer of using the freshest ingredients, they do not even use baking powder and every cake is made with the natural aeration of eggs, which probably explains its fine texture. Strawberry Souffle ($6.60)Crumbly bits at the back of the SouffleA generous amoun
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I've heard so much about Flor Patisserie and its high quality of pastries from various reviews and friends. Flor has pride itself upon its Japanese origins, with an authentic Japanese chef who crafts every single pastry fresh daily. A firm believer of using the freshest ingredients, they do not even use baking powder and every cake is made with the natural aeration of eggs, which probably explains its fine texture.
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Strawberry Souffle ($6.60)
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Crumbly bits at the back of the Souffle

A generous amount of strawberries used, the looks of the sweet-looking strawberries drew me to it in the first place. Perhaps it wasn't the season of berries, it turned out rather disappointing with sour strawberries with every bite. Though the cake was light, it tasted a tad too compact and felt like pound cake after a while. There was a refreshing tinge of lemon infused into the cake which gave it a slight twist. The crumbly bits added more texture to the otherwise boring cake. It could have been better if the strawberries weren't limited to the top layer and were interspersed throughout for it to taste like a strawberry souffle instead of a light lemon pound cake with strawberries.
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Perhaps a stereotype, I was a little disappointed when I saw the cheese tarts coming out in sealed packages like that because it seems as though it's been pre-made. It turned out to be impressively good after unwrapping it and giving it a shot. The cheese was surprisingly light which didn't leave the 'je-lat' feel like what happens after eating most cheesecakes. I loved the crumble as it was well baked and still had a crisp to it. One slight downside to it, it didn't taste anything like strawberry at all. Would have easily passed off as a normal cheese tart.
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Napoleon ($6.60)

A rather messy slice of cake, it has puff pastry at the bottom as well as the layer right below the jam. It hit a chord with us as it wasn't too sweet (despite the hefty amount of jam on top!) and the pastry added a different layer of surprise as it blended well with the texture of the soft cake, slices of strawberries and jam. It tasted a little like Ritz Strawberry Strudel though, except that the really soft cake was so well baked and whisked that it almost melts in your mouth. The pastry could have been baked longer for it to be crispy enough such that it doesn't end up as separate pieces from the cake, making it very messy.

Overall, it was quite a disappointing experience with Flor. Perhaps I've had expectations after hearing all about the authentic Japanese culture, seeing the long queues and the slight linkage with The Patissier upon seeing similar names, which resulted in the cognitive dissonance. I still give credits to the high quality of ingredients used and freshness of its pastries, just that it could have been slightly better especially with its positioning as a Japanese shop. Not exactly an impressive place, wouldn't be worth your effort to make a trip down to Duxton just for it.
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This small quiet Japanese cake shop is situated at the corner of Duxton Hill. I was on the hunt for the perfect birthday cake for my fussy eater mum and one of my good friends told me to give it a try and promised I wouldn’t regret. With high hopes, I made my way down alone to the café to do a taste test and did some research on their popular selections. After making myself comfortable in the café, I proceeded to order 2 slices of cake to try out.Berries Berries was one of the more popular flavo
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This small quiet Japanese cake shop is situated at the corner of Duxton Hill. I was on the hunt for the perfect birthday cake for my fussy eater mum and one of my good friends told me to give it a try and promised I wouldn’t regret. With high hopes, I made my way down alone to the café to do a taste test and did some research on their popular selections. After making myself comfortable in the café, I proceeded to order 2 slices of cake to try out.

Berries Berries was one of the more popular flavours according to my research plus it was a Chef’s Signature. Undoubtedly, it was the best berries cake I ever had. Not only was the cake fluffy and soft, the cream was equally tasty and the flavours from the fresh berries exploded in my mouth.

The cake was not too sweet and the natural sweetness came from the berries and cream itself. I personally do not like my cakes to be thickly coated with artificial whip cream on the outer layer but the fresh cream used in the cake was minimal and did not make me feel sick after a while from eating too much cream.
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Napoleon was a special recommendation from a friend of mine and the puffy pastry left me with a good impression. The layers of crispy puff were complimented with the sweetness of the strawberries.

It is pretty interesting to me as it was my first time having such a cake and I didn’t expect it to taste this good. The crispy puff was the chef’s specialty and it reminded me of a perfectly baked croissant, fragrant, crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. However, it can get really messy while having the cake as the crisps just gets everywhere.

In the end, I ordered the full size version of Berries Berries as my mum’s birthday cake and my whole family loved it and even branded it as the “best cake they ever had”. If only the location was much more convenient for me and I will be stopping by frequently.

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I have had flor's matcha cake before and it was quite good, and I decided to drop by and see what other pastries they have to offer. I was attracted by their chilled cheese tarts - they were placed in a freezer and individually packed, able to last 1 to 2 hours without refrigeration. I chose the green tea yuzu flavoured one. The green tea taste was very strong, and I love the crust of the tart - not too crumbly, just right, and the cheese was moist. Recommended.
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I have had flor's matcha cake before and it was quite good, and I decided to drop by and see what other pastries they have to offer. I was attracted by their chilled cheese tarts - they were placed in a freezer and individually packed, able to last 1 to 2 hours without refrigeration. I chose the green tea yuzu flavoured one. The green tea taste was very strong, and I love the crust of the tart - not too crumbly, just right, and the cheese was moist. Recommended.
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Its been a while since i came back to this cake shop as it was far from my current workplace. Bought a mango pie to go, never tried this before, i think its a new item. Delighted with the cold cooling mango slices on top of the crust, its also coated with probably a layer of sugar. The crust is also above average and feels solid and does not break easily. i think i taste cheese in the crust as well. At $6.75, its not the cheapest cake you can find but great taste, fine quality and nice presenta
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Its been a while since i came back to this cake shop as it was far from my current workplace. Bought a mango pie to go, never tried this before, i think its a new item. Delighted with the cold cooling mango slices on top of the crust, its also coated with probably a layer of sugar. The crust is also above average and feels solid and does not break easily. i think i taste cheese in the crust as well. At $6.75, its not the cheapest cake you can find but great taste, fine quality and nice presentation made up for it.
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2013-05-19