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Juchheim’s Baumkuchen @ Takashimaya

October 5, 2011

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Baumkuchen is a German/Japanese version of the Indonesian layered cake, Kueh Lapis. The characteristic rings that appear when sliced resemble tree rings. Thus given the German name, Baumkuchen; which literally translates to “tree cake” or “log cake”. Unlike its Asian counterpart, the Baumkuchen is baked on a rotating rod instead. The skillful confectioner scoops and […]

Arteastiq @ Mandarin Gallery

June 9, 2011

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An extented development to the swanky European furniture store; Marxx, Arteastiq Tea Lounge was an idea implanted to allow patrons a place to rest while considering on their purchases. Thoughtful yet a great concept to expand their existing businesses and assets, they are serious about bringing in big bucks, aren’t they? Salute. It is a serenely quiet location, tucked away from the usual pig […]

Flor pâtisserie @ Duxton Hill

October 21, 2010

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Price meter: $$ out of $$$$$ Worth Meter : √√√√ out of √√√√√ Happiness Meter : ☺☺☺☺☺ out of ☺☺☺☺☺ What’s great? : Incredible service. Beautiful, tasty cakes and pastries. Flor Pâtisserie serves authentic Japanese-styled French pastries. Opened in July this year, Chef Yamashita Masataka who owned a pâtisserie in Nara, Japan and worked in […]