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I have read about the mini lava cakes at smoulder a long time ago, and when I walked past the outlet at raffles city basement, I decided to get a piece to try. I got the matcha white chocolate one; it was rather tiny, you could easily finish it in 2 mouthfuls, and it costs $2.80 per piece. It wasn't exactly flowing, but it was molten in the middle, and the chocolate and matcha taste was rather distinct. Quite pricey for such a small cake though.
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I have read about the mini lava cakes at smoulder a long time ago, and when I walked past the outlet at raffles city basement, I decided to get a piece to try. I got the matcha white chocolate one; it was rather tiny, you could easily finish it in 2 mouthfuls, and it costs $2.80 per piece. It wasn't exactly flowing, but it was molten in the middle, and the chocolate and matcha taste was rather distinct. Quite pricey for such a small cake though.
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