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You know you'll find decent cakes when you hit a cafe whose main business is supplying cakes to hotels, other cafes and even for company/personal parties. Behind its whitewashed walls was a busy kitchen where you can see their staff at work, churning out baked treats. Service may be a little slow and you might need to get their attention.
I tried their Carrot Cake upon recommendation, which was a dense package of delicious textures. Packed with walnut and carrot bits, the cake was firm and well-complimented by the cream cheese frosting which wasn't too sweet.
Their iced lemon tea was real red tea and lemon, but at $6.50 a glass, I wouldn't expect anything less. There’s syrup provided to taste but drinks are clearly not their forte, so it’s best to stick to their desserts.
If you don't drive, this place can be quite out of the way, but along Joo Chiat road, there are no lack of other food places to visit first before heading to Gobi’s for desserts to make your journey worth the while.
350 Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427598
Mon- Thursdays : 7am -9pm
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