Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The Cheesecake Cafe @ Siglap Area

However, you are welcome to take pictures of the food and your friends accompanying you.

*i managed to take one picture before they stopped me!!*
Neh neh neh neh!!

With this minus-points rule out of my mind, i have to say that this is a great chill out place with comfy chairs and decor that must have been come from a narcissistic person with a penchant for mirrors, paintings and Roman statues.

On one hand, it has a classical Roman feel to it. On the other hand, it exudes an almost laid back attitude, relaxing your tense up mood!

A reason why i will continue patronising this cafe.

In accordance to the name, this cafe sells many kinds of cheesecake. We had the following;

Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake.
 With its chocolaty themed title, you do not need to expect less. The problem is, it will be best if the chocolate brownie stands alone.

The cheesecake was almost overpowered by the chocolate ingredients.
Chocolate lovers might love this though.

Blueberry Cheesecake
The blueberry will be more suitable for a young person with sweet tooth. It had the right balance (unlike the Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake) but was a tad too normal.

Rum and Raisin Cheesecake.
It was creamy, airy and not compacted like most cheesecakes. The rum was noticeable without being too strong and the raisins added a special burst of sweetness to the bite!  

Another reason why i will continue going there.


685, East Coast Road.
Near Siglap Centre.

Chocolate Brownie Cheesecake - S$7.60
Blueberry Cheesecake - S$7.20
Rum and Raisin Cheesecake - S$7.60
Peppermint Tea X 2 - S$13.80

No GST but 10% Service Charge remains.

Additional Information
We ordered two pots of peppermint tea to aid in the digestion of the almost bursting stomachs! As you have read above, it was a rip off at almost S$7.00 per pot for a tea bag!!

I guess the tea bag cost at most S$0.50, the tiny chocolate cookie at most S$0.30 and the rest went to the rental of the teapot, cup, teaspoon and.... the decor!

At more than S$7.00 per slice of cheesecake, this is pretty pricey! 
Oh yes, i am paying for the decor.

The cafe maintained a strict policy of at least one item per customer! This is to deter CHEAPOS who take advantage of the nice ambience but only order a pot of tea to be shared amongst 2-3 persons.

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