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Need a birthday cake at 10pm? No worries!

We were rushing around Somerset to find a cake for dear mummy, after deciding last minute that another birthday cake before the clock chimes 12 would be another birthday surprise. But, we were running late! It was 9pm when we finally had errands done and had this idea and started hunting.   But the first round around Orchard Gateway and 313 Somerset saw some cafes selling slice cakes, or humongous cakes that you have to ta-bao for many breakfasts the next few days. And, we had already ordered the chocolate cake from Chocolate Origin for a birthday previously, hence it's off the list. Click here for pics & review!   Suddenly, I thought of a recent article I read on a magazine, best rainbow cakes in Singapore. And one of it was Medz. By then, I was so desperate, anything that doesn't look traingularly-sliced will pass. I walked into the one at Orchard Central, and behold! They told me they do sell Rainbow cakes, 500grams and 1kg!   I saw the cakes in the fridge and they looked pretty. The servers told me 1kg costs $64.90 (Off my budget) and 500grams is at $38.90. Great! The frosting was ready in less than hour, (so glad they close at 11pm that day!) and I even got a handwritten birthday wish on the cake itself!   The cake's topping and frosting was done well. In fact, my dog couldn't pull his head away from the cake amid the loud birthday song!   Overall, I would say the cake itself is fragrant and soft, like the usual sponge cake. I wouldn't order for the taste, but for the whimsical colours. I'd definitely give kudos for their friendly service!
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26 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not up to expectation

Chanced upon this Marche lookalike and decided to give a go at the attractively priced Value Lunch. At $10.90+, my set included main course (parrot fish), beverage (hot tea) and dessert (green tea tiramisu). The parrot fish portion (including potato and vegetables sides) is miserable. The green tea tiramisu taste neither like green tea nor tiramisu. The thing that needs improvement most is the staff service - most came across as brash if not rude. The cashier did not even bother to say a word when passing me my change despite the fact that there is no queue to pay. Will give it a miss for
Rainbow Cake
28 Oct 2014 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Need a birthday cake at 10pm? No worries!

We were rushing around Somerset to find a cake for dear mummy, after deciding last minute that another birthday cake before the clock chimes 12 would be another birthday surprise. But, we were running late! It was 9pm when we finally had errands done and had this idea and started hunting.   But the first round around Orchard Gateway and 313 Somerset saw some cafes selling slice cakes, or humongous cakes that you have to ta-bao for many breakfasts the next few days. And, we had already ordered the chocolate cake from Chocolate Origin for a birthday previously, hence it's off the list. Click
Rosti that looked burnt, topped with "cheddar" cheese
27 Oct 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Omg unbelievable

This is a very strange restaurant. When you step in, the place looks like Marche, with individual counters and cooks in chef's hats cooking behind the counter and the menu written in bright colours on the counter glass. So do you order your food from the counters? No, you go back to your table, pick up a piece of paper with the name of the dishes printed on it (which makes it very hard to match to the items you actually see at the counter), and write down what you want. No one told us how the system worked and for a while, we were just wandering around, lost.

After we ordered with a waiter,