Citi Gourmet Pleasures Christmas dessert deals
‘Tis the season to be feasting, so if you’ve been nominated to bring dessert for the festive potluck, we’ve got you covered. Check out these Christmas desserts and goodies you can purchase for your upcoming gatherings, and take discounts up to 25% off with a Citi Card while you’re at it!
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Délifrance has a wide range of halal-certified Christmas desserts and bundles for all your Yuletide season needs. Go for their unique Coconut Citrus Log Cake ($69.80), a 9-inch log cake topped with white chocolate, and a tropical-flavoured roll cake. Get classic with their wide range of goodies, including a Traditional Christmas Fruit Cake ($15.30), and Gingerbread Cookies ($3.90) for casual treats to munch on while you’re catching up with your loved ones. If you’d like an all-in-one gift box that contains the aforementioned treats, get their Luscious Sweet Treat Box ($45).
Image credit: Délifrance
Citi Cardmembers can enjoy 15% off all of Délifrance’s festival range, except festive dine-in menus, bundles and party platters, and get a complimentary $10 e-voucher with a minimum spend, applicable only for online purchases made before 5 December. Else, enjoy 10% off from 5 Dec until 23 December. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via the Délifrance website.
Délifrance is a halal-certified eatery.
2. The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore
Colony Bakery at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore presents an exhaustive assortment of festive goodies for the Christmas season. There are dozens of items to choose from, from log cakes to assorted macarons, to gingerbread confections, and roast dinners.
If you’re lost for choice, zone in on their Mont Blanc log cakes—intricate, flavourful roll cakes that taste as good as they look. There are two flavours: Chocolate Chestnut, where a chocolate sponge is rolled around a dark chocolate cream mixed with crunchy feuilletine, then finished with a chestnut Chantilly; and the Citrus Cheese, reminiscent of a fluffy, Japanese-style cheesecake, with lemon cream cheese and orange confit jam. Both are priced at $98 each. For a treat to remember, get their hand-decorated Gingerbread House ($78)!
Citi Cardmembers can enjoy 10% off all festive goodies (excluding hampers), from now till 23 December. To enjoy the offer, apply promo code ‘CITI + first 6 digits of your card’ (e.g.: CITI123456). Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via the Colony Bakery website.
Colony Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.
3. The Deli, Goodwood Park Hotel
The Deli by Goodwood Park Hotel has a number of savoury and sweet Christmas treats you can order for takeaway, including some unique options. Try the Jolly Holiday Travel Cake ($98), where a butter cake is elevated with pistachio and a mandarin orange confit. If you prefer a mix of desserts and love durian, then the Christmas Durian Combo ($68) is for you, as it has six types of durian desserts, all of them bestsellers the hotel is known for. This includes their D24 Kueh Dadar, and two pieces of their towering D24 Puffs!
Otherwise, their Christmas Tree 3-Tier Set ($88), which comes with 16 different dainty savoury and sweet treats, akin to a high tea set, is great for casual festive get-togethers. Enjoy up to 20% off selected Christmas treats when you order with a Citi Card before 11 December, and 15% off when you order between 12 December to 26 December. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via The Deli website.
The Deli is not a halal-certified eatery.
4. Carlton Hotel Singapore
Carlton Hotel Singapore is offering 15% off their range of Festive Goodies when you order from now till 25 December with a Citi Card. We recommend you try their Chocolate Calamansi Basil with Pineapple Compote Log Cake ($78), a Yule log with an Asian twist. A fragrant basil sponge cake is dressed with calamansi curd and a pineapple compote, complete with a chocolate Florentine base—equal measures chocolatey and citrusy, this cake is a nice middle ground between zesty and sweet.
Nod to tradition and order their Christmas Pudding ($48), a dense cake steamed for 14 hours with candied fruit and a brandy-soaked sponge. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via The Carlton Hotel Singapore website.
Carlton Hotel Singapore is not a halal-certified eatery.
5. Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong
Image credit: Baba Chews
Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong’s flagship restaurant, Baba Chews, is known for being a mod-Peranakan bistro, and they’re bringing that fusion flair to Noël with Nyonya riffs on Christmas signatures. Try it for yourself when you order their Butterfly Pea Coconut with Osmanthus & Logan ($102) log cake, a floral treat filled with coconut puree. If you prefer more familiar flavours, try the Macadamia White Chocolate Passion ($91), a zesty, refreshing medley with bright passionfruit puree.
As a bonus, Citi Cardmembers get 15% off festive goodies and bundles with the promo code ‘FESTIVE’. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Baba Chews is not a halal-certified eatery.
6. Dusit Thani Laguna
Image credit: Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore
Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore gives back to the community this Christmas, as any purchase of their log cakes, will see $10 donated to Make-A-Wish Singapore. Try the fusion Mango Sticky Rice Yule Log Cake ($58+), made with juicy mangoes and cream, or their traditional Bûche de Noël ($58+) flavoured with chocolate truffle. Double down on the fact that it’s the season for giving with the Praline Gift Sets (from $16+), or their Christmas Stollen with Orange and Lemon ($36+). Both are great finishers to a festive meal or excellent stocking stuffers.
What’s even better: get 15% off until 7 January 2023 when you place your order with a Citi Card. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore is not a halal-certified eatery.
7. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Image credit: Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore brings a selection of unique Christmas treats to the table this festive season, and Citi Cardmembers get to enjoy 15% off their order till 22 December with the code ‘CITI15’. Try their Bûche Saint-Honoré Almond & Raspberry ($188), an intricate combination of choux pastry and almond ganache entremets, all coloured in a Christmassy red.
The Christmas Pecan Pie ($118) is another highly recommended treat, where a dark chocolate pie crust encases nutty, caramelised pecan praline, finished with a light Chantilly cream. The hotel also has Christmas chocolates and sweet stocking stuffers to look out for, including chocolate shaped like Santa’s Boots ($60), and Reindeer ($38). Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via the Mandarin Oriental, Singapore online store.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore is not a halal-certified eatery.
8. The Dining Room, Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel
Image credit: Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel
Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel’s broad array of festive takeaways span both desserts, and mains, but if you’re looking for sweet treats, then zone in on their beautiful cakes. The Ivory Delight ($88) is one that pandan, taro, and coconut lovers will adore, as it combines all three ingredients into one luscious cake. For a more traditional log, there’s their signature Crunchy Chocolate Praline Log Cake ($88), a stunning, glazed log cake with Valrhona dark chocolate sponge and mousse, as well as a crunchy hazelnut praline feuilletine.
Order these alongside seasonal must-haves such as the Panettone (from $20) and Christmas Pudding with Brandy Sauce ($38), and enjoy 25% off when you pay with your Citi Card by 20 December 2022. Find out more about this Citi Gourmet Pleasures deal here.
Order via the Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel online store.
Get up to 20% off X’mas desserts with Citi Cards
Sign up for a Citi Credit Card and unlock a wide variety of Gourmet Pleasures dining offers, both in and out of the festive season. Citi Cash Back Cardmembers enjoy an additional 6% off when they dine as well, offering you extra savings. If you’d like to sign up for a Citi Cash Back Card, apply now and spend to get S$300 cashback. Note that the offer is only valid till 31 January 2023, and only for new Citi Credit Cardmembers. Sign up here.
Photos taken by Jasper Juay.
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