It’s the New Year, and new dessert stores have popped up in Singapore! Many of these have already become household names in other countries. However, they are new on our shores. And there’s only one way to find out if these treats are as good as they are rumoured to be overseas! From cheesy toasts to Instagram worthy bubble tea, here are 6 best new desserts you need to try in 2018!
1. Say Chiizu
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Have you seen Instagram videos of these super stretchy cheese toasts yet? If you haven’t heard of the good news yet, we’re here to break it to you! Say Chiizu is opening not one, but six outlets in Singapore! Originating from Bangkok, the shop specialises in tasty cheese toasts in five flavours – original, chocolate, charcoal, strawberry, and matcha cheese. We believe that $3.80 is a small price to pay to curb your cheese cravings!
Vivo City, #B2-K16
The Clementi Mall, #04-K4
Bugis+ (Say Chiizu Cafe), #04-01 – opens in Feb 2018
Waterway Point, #B1-K1 – opens in Feb 2018
2. Bobii Frutti
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There’s an abundance of bubble tea chain stores in Singapore, with key players being Gong Cha, LiHo, and Play Made. Recently, we saw a new player in the industry, and it is none other than Bobii Frutti! The bubble tea brand originates from Taiwan and is brought to Singapore by local actor and singer Nat Ho. There are four main sections to Bobii Frutti’s menu – milk teas, ice blends, matcha, and fruit teas. It’s key selling point is its Instagrammable aesthetics – what’s not to love about having edible pastel layers in a cup?
Address: The Clementi Mall, 3155 Commonwealth Ave W, Singapore 129588
3. Roji Chaseki
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Other than Taiwanese bubble tea, there’s also a new Japanese tea kiosk in town! Roji Chaseki’s menu has four main sections – Roji Tea, Iced Lattero, Sparkling Fruit Tea and Beauty Fruit Tea. The bubble tea store at Raffles MRT caters more towards the office crowd. If you’re in the area, treat yourself to a cup of refreshing tea by Roji Chaseki to combat Singapore’s sweltering heat!
Address: 5 Raffles Place, #B1-64 Raffles Xchange Singapore 048618
4. Jamie’s Deli
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Opened by British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, Jamie’s deli is a humble store specialising in breakfast pastries that are more than your usual breakfasts at fast food chains. The deli’s healthy food options include Baked Oat and Banana Protein Square, Crisp Biscuit and Dark Chocolate Nut Bar, as well as an assortment of sandwiches. Start your day right by patronising Jamie’s Deli for a hearty breakfast!
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-165/167 VivoCity Singapore 098585
5. The Good Boys
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This café at Tai Seng is perfect for health junkies. Their super bowls have five different flavours – Fruity Matcha (signature), Acai Bowl, Crimson Lush with beetroot & dates, Going Nuts with peanut butter & maca and Viva Amazonia with acai and banana. These super bowls are interestingly served in a wooden heart shaped bowl! Other than super bowls, The Good Boys also offer super juices and smoothies for a good pick-me-up!
Address: 1 Irving Place, Tai Seng, #01-26, Singapore 369546
6. Eggs n’ Things
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Eggs n’ Things’ first store outside of Hawaii and Japan has opened in Singapore! Established in 1974, the eatery has become a household name to many. Some recommended dishes at Eggs n’ Things include pancakes with fresh strawberries, whipped cream and macadamia nuts, and omelette with spinach, bacon and cheese. Don’t miss out on their buttermilk pancakes, as the sweet treat is highly regarded as one of the best in Hawaii!
Address: 68 Orchard Road, #03-79/83, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839