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LUNA Patisserie To Open Joo Chiat, With Outlet-exclusive Bakes

16th November 2022

LUNA is opening at Joo Chiat with new bakes

Attention all pastry and cake lovers: LUNA is opening its second outlet at Joo Chiat at the end of the month! This popular Amoy Street patisserie is best known for its unique range of artisanal cakes and tarts which are all priced below $10. At their Joo Chiat outlet, fans can look forward to the New Frontiers collection, an outlet-exclusive range which features cakes and tarts made with interesting ingredients such as tofu, cassis, and rhubarb. 

luna joo chiatImage credit: LUNA Singapore

These new items include Vanilla Praline Tofu, Chocolate Cassis Mascarpone, Caramel Banana Chocolate Tart, Rhubarb Strawberry Tart, and Vanilla Strawberry Panna Cotta

The outlet will sport a sleek industrial aesthetic, boasting an open space with a special chocolate-making showroom at the storefront where patrons can witness the making of one of LUNA’s new highlights: handcrafted chocolate bon bons in nine different flavours. These bon bons will also be a complimentary gift to customers as part of their opening launch. 

Luna cakes

In the meantime, you can head down to LUNA’s Amoy Street Outlet to try some of their best-selling items. 

best dessert 2020 - LUNA

We recommend the Orh Nee Cake ($8+), which stars a vanilla sponge cake layered with a  yam and gingko paste and coconut Chantilly cream. The cake is finished with dessicated coconut, and some white chocolate pearls.

luna patisserie joo chiat

The Yuzu Meringue Cheese ($8+) tart also comes highly recommended, featuring a buttery crust with citrusy yuzu filling, yuzu-infused cheese, and soft-torched Italian meringue.

chocoholics luna joo chiatImage credit: @luna.singapore

Chocoholics can go for the LUNA 2.0 ($9+) instead, which comprises a dark chocolate mousse embellished with hazelnut sponge and a dark chocolate glaze, with a crunchy core of crushed hazelnuts and salted caramel. 

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For more places selling delectable and pretty artisanal cakes, tarts, and pastries, check out our KURA review. Alternatively, for a Muslim-friendly option, you can check out our GAMO review, where we try a Muslim-owned, Japanese-inspired bakery in Bras Basah. 

Address: 121 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427410
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 12pm to 6:30pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 9pm
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LUNA is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from @luna.singapore

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