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2014-02-02 149 views
Fruit Paradise is a Japanese Patisserie specialising in fruit tarts made with light, sweetened Japanese cream topped with fresh fruits. Free of addictives and preservatives, Fruit Paradise also wins points because their fruit tarts are just so camera friendly. However, while their fruit tarts certainly look healthy, they aren't... packed with a lot of cream within.Ambience at Fruit Paradise is casual, with functional furniture and white wooden colours. Most people opt for takeaway though. If din
Ambience at Fruit Paradise is casual, with functional furniture and white wooden colours. Most people opt for takeaway though. If dining in, ask to sit near the kitchen, which is viewable through the open glass. You can watch the chefs carefully stacking the fruit tarts!
Service at Fruit Paradise is as casual as the ambience, which is decent for takeaway, but not so good for dining in. Most Fruit Paradise have staff take your order, and serve it to the table, but payment is at the counter. Don't expect much from the service here.
While Fruit Paradise mainly deals in desserts, they do have a small selection of Japanese curry rice dishes. The main dishes aren't that great, stick to their beautiful fruit tarts instead! While I certainly understand using cream as a technique to hold the fruits together, I do wish they had more fruits instead of cream!
The signature Mixed Fruits tart consists of a crumbly biscuit base and light custard mousse topped with 9 varieties of fresh fruits, including red apple, green apple, mango, orange, grapefruit, kiwi, strawberry, blueberry and banana. The taste is an burst of sour citrus and sweet sugar.
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