still utterly fantastic, and wonderfully enjoyable dessert at the marina bay sands. it is understating it to say that this place is now my favorite in singapore – and no, I’ve not had their steak, and no, I’m not quite planning to. I have an incorrigible sweet tooth, and it aches for this behemoth of a chocolate souffle.
their other desserts are pretty much up there with the best I’ve had locally, but it’s the souffle that shines – there’s some magic in the substantial lightness, and all the textures and temperatures in it. I could wax lyrical all day (and I’ve done it once before), but really, just look at it – chocolate sauce dribbling down the side while creme fraiche and ice cream sink their slow way into that airy nest of chocolate.
but you’ve heard me say all this before – so I’ll try to spare you further expostulation. suffice to say that the standard’s consistent, the chocolate deep and satisfying – well worth any gym-rat behavior.
we also managed two other desserts this time – a deconstructed banana cream pie of creme brulee, chocolate pearls and a caramel banana ice cream; and a chocolate hazelnut marjolaine cake with caramel popcorn and salted popcorn ice cream.
both were pretty good – and I especially liked the the chocolate-hazelnut slice (though I might be biased as a newtella addict), though the accompanying popcorn seemed a little staleish. small detail though – we lapped everything up.
the place is dark and intimate, service friendly and efficient – and really, the prices aren’t low but I’m more than happy to spend it here for the quality and portions. most definitely my favorite place here.
Cut by Wolfgang Puck
2 Bayfront Avenue,
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (Basement),
tel +65 6688 8517
$$: each dessert = almost-a-steal at twenty-four
Looks delectable… :D
complete bliss-out – and I get to dress up all swanky too, which is a plus. go and try it!
wanted to have this as my birthday “cake” last weekend but i dont know they only serve it during dinner. bummer! so after a quick lunch at pizzaria mozza, we went to db bistro moderne for dessert. not too bad i would say.. :)
have I posted about db.. I thought it was okay too. osteria mozza and db do decent desserts, but cut still wins for me. gogogo try!
Oh my, everything looks deeeeeelish!
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