Chocolate Indulgence –

Chocolate Indulgence

After we all have stated our resolutions for the new year, what if we talked about temptation, sweet stuff and cravings?
The team has been wandering around Singapore to find the best places to indulge in a decadent chocolate journey.

How does this sound? If you want to join us and hop on the boat, welcome and keep in mind that there is no such thing in life as to RELISH …..

If you are a chocolate soufflé fan, then definitely stop for a Valrhona interpretation of the dish at Miam Miam in Bugis.

Or if you love crunchy melty textures then undoubtedly go for the hazelnut chocolate cake of the Pacific Marketplace or the Royal chocolate crunchy hazelnut cake from the Deli.

If mud cake is your thing, then pick the unforgettable crunchy nut base warm dark lava cake of the Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier or the double chocolate mud cake of the Deli.

For a rich ice cream chocolate stick is, the Loving hut is the place to go, it has it all with its Mudvelicious.

If you are an adventurer who loves exploring original combinations then the Strictly pastry will be your destination with its playful Lumberjack, comforting Hey Hey, sea-salty Zombie or audacious Badger celebrating Guinness with a cream cheese frosting.

Chocolate drinkers will love the Awfully Chocolate bar in Vivocity, a place where you can relish as many chocolate drinks as you can possibly imagine: homemade hot or cold chocolate, Mocha royal with a dense chocolate truffle in a warm coffee-chocolate froth, a salted caramel milk chocolate latte, as well as an amazing selection of desserts featuring chocolate and chocolate only! Have you ever tried a white chocolate crème brûlée? The place has it too.

Chocolate tarts are also an all-time favourite and the best in town so far comes from Drips Coffee in Tiong Bahru.

Talking about Tiong Bahru, the unique chocolate Kouing Amann of the Tiong Bahru Bakery will definitely convince any sweet tooth.

What else? Beautiful handmade chocolate ice creams? Try the Little Prince Creamery in Toa Payoh !

Chocolate mousse? Milk Chocolate Cloud, a foamy milk chocolate mousse paired with lime granite, wild strawberry granite and popping candy is an amazing dessert at The Halia at Raffles Hotel.

Last but not least, if you and your kids want to be creative, you can all do so with the chocolate paint imagined by famous pastry chef Janice Wong. Your kids will be able to paint with chocolate and eat their own creations! Smoked chocolate, green mango or peppermint chocolate, just name it the artist has it!

But if chocolate is not be your thing, we promise to continue exploring the city to look for a selection of gluten-free, dairy-free and oil-free indulgence. What a lovely challenge!

Where to find all these delights?

Miam Miam: Bugis Junction – 200 Victoria Street / 02-14
The Deli: Goodwood Park Hotel -22 Scotts Road
AC Chocolate: Vivocity – 1 Harbourfront Walk #01-156
Strictly Pastry: 267 Joo Chiat Road
Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier: Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road #B1-11/12; 56 Eng Hoon Street #01-70; Tangs Plaza, 310 Orchard Road #01-16B
Drips Coffee: #01-05, 82 Tiong Poh Road
Loving Hut: 458 Joo Chiat Road
Pacific Marketplace: Pan Pacific Hotel -7 Raffles Boulevard
The Little Prince Creamery : #01-134, East Payoh Spring, 47 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
The Halia at Raffles Hotel: 1 Beach Road
Janice Wong Pop up shop: ION Orchard Level 1 Atrium




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