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Telephone
6532 6012
Introduction
Using only the finest ingredients to create freshly baked cupcakes everyday, Twelve cupcakes invite you to have a taste of this bliss and share it with those around you. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 19:00
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 19:00
Sat - Sun
Closed
Public Holiday
Closed
Restaurant Website
http://www.twelvecupcakes.com
Signature Dishes
Cookies and Cream Rainbow Vanilla Red Velvet
Review (3)
Level4 2013-04-04
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I have always heard from most of my friends on how delicious the cupcakes from Twelve cupcakes. Glad that this time my colleagues bought me a piece to try. The chocolate sponge cake is quite firm and moist in texture. To me, it is still consider quite sweet. On top of it has topped with generous amount of smooth peanut butter spread on it which goes quite well with the sponge cake. But overall was really nothing fantastic to me. continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-16
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After my lunch with my hubby, I happened to walk past and saw this store selling cupcakes. I was tempted to get it as the cupcakes looked really pretty from afar. I went in and got three of the cupcakes, the Cookies and cream, mocha and the peppermint chocolate cupcakes.I tried the cookies and cream cupcake and peppermint chocolate cupcake. Both are very good and distinct in their own way. The peppermint one is more refreshing to the tastebuds with the minty flavour while the cookies and cream is more generic and normal. The cupcake itself is also delicious and rather moist. I would say go for the Peppermint chocolate cupcake since it is only available on Fridays unlike the cookies and cream which is available daily. continue reading
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Right in the middle of the Central business district and overwhelmed by the business environment I was in, I hunted for a quiet corner to chill and relax. Having known that twelve cupcakes had a branch at golden shoe complex, I went to try my luck. Being pretty much hidden (turn in from Subway), it took me quite a long time to find. Perhaps, they could put more obvious markings part from the small signboard that they placed. That would certainly create much convenience for customers who are trying to find their way there. Despite the long search, I must say that they did not disappoint me. The little cupcakes placed in the display cabinet is certainly tempting and I would really love to try them all! But well… how much could I possibly eat? In the end, I chose two different flavors, namely red velvet cupcake and the chocolate chocolate cupcake. My all-time favorite, the red velvet one is really good. It is a cupcake that is made from topping the Classic Red Velvet cupcake with vanilla cream cheese. It is a perfect match! The taste of the soft cake is complemented and enhanced by the light yet flavorful cream cheese topping; it just keeps you going back for more. The chocolate chocolate one is good too. It is really rich and chocolaty. The moist cake is again topped with a cream cheese but this around, a chocolate flavored one is added to the cupcake. As the taste of the vanilla cream cheese remains in my mouth, the chocolate cream cheese is comparably disadvantaged. The double chocolate combination is too heavy for me. I also prefer dark chocolate among the many types of chocolate. Thus, the ideal combination of double chocolate for me is chocolate cupcake topped with 70% dark chocolate. A good mix of sweet and bitterness, this is what I deem heavenly. With good food comes great ambience? The decorations here are rather modern and the place is really clean, however, there are too few seats and the area is very cram. As for the service, no complains. The price is reasonable too @ $3/cupcake.Overall, it is a good place to chill and have high tea alone, in pairs or triplets. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)