Edith Patisserie Opens At Dhoby Ghaut With Honey Soft Serve, Waffles And More
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Edith Patisserie Opens At Dhoby Ghaut With Honey Soft Serve, Waffles And More

13th April 2021

New Edith Patisserie outlet

Edith Patisserie - coffee machine
Image Credit: @epcakebar 

Edith Patisserie has introduced their first cafe outlet called Edith Patisserie Cake Bar at Dhoby Ghaut. This marks their first move into the cafe business from their initial takeaway-only bakery concept at North Bridge Road. 

In line with their opening, the outlet is offering 15% off the total bill till 18th April 2021. Also, don’t miss out on their Instagram page’s giveaway, where six winners will be selected to win either waffles and soft serve, or a 15% discount voucher.

Edith Patisserie - seating area
Image credit: @edithpatisserie

For those uninitiated to Edith Patisserie, they have garnered a large following on their Instagram page for their whimsically beautiful tiered cakes. They have been a popular source for unique cakes flavours such as Thai Milk Tea Cake ($8 for a slice) and Mini Yuzu Strawberry Slices ($5), which you might be able to find being served in the cafe as well.

Edith Patisserie - honey cake
Image credit: Edith Patisserie Cake Bar

Their Honey Cake ($14) was initially created as a special order but ended up becoming so popular, it stayed on the menu. This cake comprises six layers of honey sponge cake coated with caramel cream and servings of honey crumbs. 

At their new outlet, they have rode on the popularity of this cake and came up with their Signature Honey Soft Serve ($4). This new creation is essentially the flavours of their popular cake transformed into an ice cream soft serve, with a bonus of honey crumbs and honey drizzles.

Edith Patisserie - waffle
Image credit: Edith Patisserie Cake Bar

Their new cafe will also feature a selection of waffles. That includes Chocolate Waffles ($13), which are butter waffles served with chocolate brownies, cookies, and a salted caramel sauce. For those looking for a healthier option, they have Mixed Berry Waffles ($13), that come with strawberries, blueberries, honey crumbs, and honey drizzled over the dessert. 

For more new pastisseries, check out our Pâtisserie Cle review, offering truffle-infused pastries and more. Or, for more food around the area, check out our Plaza Singapura food guide, for DIY pancakes, wagyu steaks and more.

Address: 9 Penang Road, #01-06, UBS Building, Singapore 238459
Opening hours: Mon, Wed, Thur 12pm to 8pm, Fri-Sun 12:30pm to 9pm
Website
Edith Pâtisserie is not a halal-certified eatery.

Feature image adapted from Edith Patisserie’s Facebook page.

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