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Singapore - Kki French-Japanese patisserie at Ann Siang Hill


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Singapore - Kki French-Japanese patisserie at Ann Siang Hill

klyeoh | Nov 3, 2010 07:45 AM

Kki at Ann Siang Hill occupied a bright, sunny and very tiny space at a quiet, secluded end of Ann Siang Hill. Its name, we're told, was simplified from "Keki" - Japanese for "cake".

What really impressed us was the meticulous care the pastry chef took in churning out some of the daintiest, lightest & tastiest cakes we'd ever come across in Singapore!

What we had today:
1. Cafe Dumo (sic) - a dome-shaped chocolate mousse filled with a nice crunchy coffee-flavored centre;
2. Emily - a rich delicate champagne mousse cake, layered with a fine strawberry jelly;
3. Kinabaru - identical in shape to Emily, but differentiated thru its striking yellow color. It consisted of a flavorsome coconut mousse layered with the softest passionfruit jelly;
4. And lastly, probably the softest, fluffiest & moistest Japanese-style "cheesecake souffle" we'd ever come across anywhere.

Strange names aside, we loved the cakes. P.S. - they served excellent coffee as well :-)

7 Ann Siang Hill
Tel: 6225 6650
Opening hours: Tue-Fri & Sun Noon-7pm, Sat Noon-4pm. Closed on Monday.

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