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I’ve pretty much tried all desserts from Pierre Hermé (yes I’m a fangirl!) and the #1 absolute top favourite is Dépaysé, a giant intense matcha macaron with azuki compote and citrusy lime. It’s a seasonal special so every time we see this, we don’t even think of sharing. One each, period.

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Similar to the avocado shaved ice, this beautiful pumpkin kakigori is all natural sweetness and we left feeling really healthy! Talk about self-delusion haha.

pumpkin

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Because I eat avocado for breakfast daily, I rarely want to order avocado-anything when I’m dining out. The only exception is probably avocado kakigori! I like that this place blends the fruit toppings freshly upon order and there’s barely any sugar added. In fact, it’s not even sweet at all and I wish there’s some caramel or even better — gula melaka sauce on top!

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It’s easy to love this hazelnut kakigori because why not? As with the pistachio tiramisu, the layering is done beautifully and there’s never a bland mouthful.

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K loves this place a lot more than I do. The ice here is better than the other kakigori shops we’ve tried so far — strands are shorter and less firmly packed. The pistachio tiramisu is a good pairing and I’m making a mental note to order the pure pistachio flavour next time!

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Again, another kakigori we can’t appreciate — savoury mitarashi milk. Sorry to say this but I felt terribly uncomfortable after finishing this and the kinako kuromitsu kakigori, both of which have an overdoes of cream 😡

Scared of coming back!!

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You know the kakigori obsession is real when we can’t wait to shaved ice on a cold and rainy morning! I know a lot of people rave about this place but we are not one of them. Can’t appreciate this kinako kuromitsu with shoyu; the latter overwhelms the kinako fragrance and kuromitsu sweetness. Skip.

uni ice

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