The best Dessert by sooty.m on Eaten
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REALLY GOOD
3rd DESSERT OF THE DAY
Paul Bakery, Singapore
I think this is their Croissant Amandes as a tart and with the addition of apples in the frangipane.
4th PEACH HAND PIES
Soots Cook Nook, Private
Had peaches that were getting a lil’ too ripe, so these happened. They were scrumptious but the only complaint I have for myself was that the crust was gummy and potentially under-baked. Did I roll the dough out too thick? More likely, the dough was too wet. 🤔
5th LA BANANA ASADA
Chori, DDG
With dulce de leche, goat cheese & walnuts. Courtesy of the folks from Pembroke Pines by way of Buenos Aires.
6th MOUSSE DE QUESO CON FRUTOS ROJOS
Tapas Club Orchard Central, Singapore
“TAPAS CLUB” CHEESE CAKE. Essentially a deconstructed one.
8th CHOCO BANANA PIE
McDonald's Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
Was skeptical initially about the banana part of this but it needs to be on their menu. Permanently.
9th STICKY TOFFEE PUDDING
The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
Dates, butterscotch sauce, sea salt, vanilla ice cream
10th GINGER SPICE, ALL THINGS NICE
The Halia at Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
Ginger & almond nougatine parfait, coconut mousse, compressed pineapple, dehydrated coconut flesh. It’s like I’m in Hawaii!
12th BUAH KELUAK ICE CREAM, VALRHONA CHOCOLATE CHILLI, WARM CHOCOLATE ESPUMA
Candlenut, Singapore
It looks really underwhelming in the face of an insanely wide-rimmed bowl, but this dessert really engages your senses. In the ice-cream, you’re struck first by the richness of the Valrhona before being greeted by the dark, earthy base of Buah Keluak. Then there is the crunch in the Oreo(?) cookie crumble which gets kicked up a notch by the spicy chili thingies in the mix. At this point, the dessert risks becoming blasé, so you’re further surprised by fizz pop reactions on the tongue (from what I infer to be chocolate-coated popping candy)? Altogether, an exciting gustatory experience.
13th STRAWBERRIES ROMANOFF 草莓酱冰淇淋
MAIN DINING ROOM - VOYAGER OF THE SEAS®, Singapore - Port Klang - Phuket - Singapore
“macerated strawberries, no sugar added vanilla cream, coconut crisp.” This was the best of all the desserts I got to be spoiled with at the main dining hall. 🍓🍓🍓🍨
14th CHOCOLATE PIE
McDonald's Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
My 4th chocolate pie in the span of...2 weeks? Yeah, I...like...it...that...much. 🍫
15th CHOCOLATE PIE
McDonald's Clementi Mall, Singapore
This sold out within 2 weeks last year and so I didn’t get to try it. But believe it or not, they just brought it back! It was a tasty chocolatey crust alright and it was (almost) oozing molten chocolate goodness alright. This was somewhere between a pretty good and a really good i.e. definitely preferred to the pink peach pie from last season.
16th CREMA CATALANA
El Burladero, AAN
Tasted like it was mildly spiced with cinnamon.
18th SIGNATURE DURIAN PENGAT
Ellenborough Market Café, Singapore
“Durian mousse infused with gula Melaka and fragrant pandan flavours.” I tasted neither the palm sugar nor the pandan but perhaps that’s what tamed the overpowering intensity of the durian and made it what it was.
19th 香茅冻伴柚子沙
The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore
Chilled Lemongrass Jelly topped with Aloe Vera & Yuzu Sherbet. I really enjoyed this 💕
20th ORIGINAL BROWN BUTTER WAFFLE & ICE CREAM
FATCAT Ice Cream Bar, Singapore
Butter Beer Ice Cream & Passion Fruit Sorbet atop Original Brown Butter Waffle, served with Salted Caramel Sauce, Chocolate Sauce and a sprinkle of Dried Lavender. Buttery and light.
21st ‘POP’ CORN
MadHatter Desserts, Petaling Jaya
Hmm…let’s see if I can remember some of the elements in this unusual yet yummy dessert… 😋 Popcorn Panna Cotta | Butter Cake |Popping Candy | Popcorn Feuillletine |Pomelo | Lemon Gel
24th MANGO ROYAL PUDDING
Paris Baguette, Singapore
Different than the classic form typically offered at Chinese restaurants here. This mango pudding had different layers and was bathed in a caramelly sauce.
25th SINGKONG THAILAND
Soots Cook Nook, Private
A Thai cassava dessert called Singkong Thailand
26th BREAD PUDDING
Soots Cook Nook, Private
My first experience with British bread pudding, courtesy of @breadaheadbakery. They taste really old school and they look like a sassy pair of platform skis, haha! 🎿🇬🇧
29th COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT
TungLok XiHé Peking Duck, Singapore
Not entirely complimentary because it gave the resto a reason to tax and charge you additionally for service at $5/bowl. Presumably to commemorate winter solstice? 🌚