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Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2016/04/the-plain-jane-serangoon-singapore.htmlFeaturing the not so plain (and probably not so cheap) swiss rolls such as Earl Grey and Thai Milk Tea [$5.90 each]. The flavours were delicate yet instinctive and I love the texture of the rolls – soft, dense and compliments the cream within. Whereas, Matcha swiss roll turned out milky when I preferred mine slightly bitter or sweet hence this is not to my liking as compared to the other two. This would sati
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Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2016/04/the-plain-jane-serangoon-singapore.html

Featuring the not so plain (and probably not so cheap) swiss rolls such as Earl Grey and Thai Milk Tea [$5.90 each]. The flavours were delicate yet instinctive and I love the texture of the rolls – soft, dense and compliments the cream within. Whereas, Matcha swiss roll turned out milky when I preferred mine slightly bitter or sweet hence this is not to my liking as compared to the other two. This would satisfy you milky matcha lovers though!

The rolls can be paired with a list of tea blend, and I got the Lychee Konnyaku. A great drink for palette cleansing if you are having more than one rolls and it’s also a great excuse to chill out in the cosy atmosphere. 
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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