Tcc has different types of cakes available to be purchased whole. We got a chocolate raspberry cake which had dark chocolate mousse atop sponge cake and some raspberries. The mousse was pretty intense in terms of Tate being rich and dark. The sponge however was really dry and quite tasteless tasting old and dried out. Not exactly a stellar cake and quite a disappointment.
The muah chee here is pretty artisanal being freshly made to order and made with a special method of pulling the dough. Each piece is coated in sesame oil before being rolled in peanut mixture. The muah chee is chewy and sugery with good peanut flavour and strong shallot taste too. However it is pretty pricey at $3.50 for a "medium" portion, so it's quite expensive.
Mr Prata is a regular prata stall selling the usual variations of prata with curry. They also offer sugar to go with your prata which is what i always choose. The freshly made to order prata is pretty flavourful and not too greasy. The curry is ok, but its not my favourite being not super flavourful and a little watered down and weak, but that may just be my preference.
I had the signature kit kat blizzard at dairy queen for dessert the other day. I find it really fascinating that they can serve ice cream to you upside down! The ice cream itself though is not outstanding. It kind of just tastes like a slightly upgraded version of McDonalds ice cream being the soft serve airy type, yet the prices are much higher and a cup cost me $5!
Oishi has both breads and buns and other desserts such as sponge cakes and mango pudding and tiramisu. I got some mango puddings and tiramisu for dessert that day. This was my first time trying their mango pudding and must say the flavour is not bad, being quite pleasant tasting. However I feel that the dessert is too sweet and the mango sauce on top is way to cloyingly sweet.