Friday, May 15, 2015

Tiramisu Hero at Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore

Just recently, I stepped into the most Instagrammable cafes here in Singapore. It was after our dinner at Punggol Nasi Lemak when O suggested that we go check out Tiramisu Hero for dessert.

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I really didn't thought much about it but I was surprised at how pretty every nook and cranny of the store was. I really had to stop myself from taking photos of the cafe in every possible angle. I just love how cute, stylish and in a way, quirky it was.



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Going back to business, we were there for dessert and as the name suggests it, we definitely had to try their Tiramisu. Reading the menu, we thought that the Tiramisu comes in several sizes such as the Minihero, Mommahero or the Papahero. Unfortunately, they only size available was the Mommahero (S$7.50) which is actually good for 1 but we decided to just order another dessert to share then.

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Take a peek inside, I love how the cake was perfectly sponge-y and light. There's mild alcohol taste and it was quite interesting to get that nutty bite in every spoonful. It's one of the best Tiramisu cakes that I've tasted. Can you imagine how hard it was for the three of us to share? I'm pretty sure the boys had the same thought as mine -- we all want our own Mommahero and nope, sharing is not allowed.

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Together with the Tiramisu, we also tried Finn Muddy Mud Pie (S$8.90) which was a thick layer of decadent chocolate ice cream sitting on top of a nice OREO crust. This was every chocoholic's dream and it sure has made both O and Paul's chocolate dreams pretty sweet. We all loved the rich but not overly sweet chocolate that alternates with the dark OREO crust. So yummy!

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Before I end this post, let me share more photos of the pretty interiors of Tiramisu Hero. Such happy vibes all around this place where it allows you to just relax, have fun and be a kid once again.

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Check out Tiramisu Hero at 121 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207548. Call them at 6292-5271. Nearest MRT would be Lavender (Green Line). 

1 comment:

  1. ang ganda! grabe parang cafes and restaurants are just sprouting in SG. eating is indeed the national past time in SG.

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