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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

St-Marc Cafe

Heard about St-Marc Cafe and seen it in Vivo City but never had the urged to try it. Following our dinner meal, we suggested to have a chit chat session to satiate our sweet tooth cravings. Of all places suggested, St-Marc Cafe scored the most with its eye catching colorful display units on their chiller.

Can you resist such temptations? Japanese desserts just never failed to lure us further especially in such yummy presentation.

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Interior
Enjoy every single mouthful cold cold and hot sensation with their signature Fuji series. With the elegant twirls from the vanilla ice cream stacking on the crispy hot butter danish and sprinkled with matcha power as well as red bean topping by its side, it almost made me go bonkers! Luckily, we had our dinner settled earlier on.

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Classic Fuji - $7.30
If two is a company and three is a crowd or would you say the more the merrier? Matcha Latte was smooth and creamy with taste dominated by the milk . In terms of Matcha flavour, it seems that the ratio and proportion went out. For stronger matcha scent, I would rather go for those in Starbucks.

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Small Matcha Latte - $5 / cup
It seems like we had a little Matcha Toxication here. Matcha was just part of everything which we had ordered. Kyoto Delight was simply another variation of Classic Fuji served in a dessert glass with cool vanilla ice cream among a scoop of Matcha Ice Cream, mochi dressed in peanuts dust and mini rice balls.

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Kyoto Delight - $8.80

With such assortment and pretty desserts before our eyes, we left the place with a satisfied stomach.

Rating: 3 / 5

St-Marc Cafe
Location: Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road #B1-44M Singapore 179103