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The Icing Room (Causeway Point)

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The Icing Room is a new addition to the reputable BreadTalk family. This specialty cake shop brings you the most splendid confectioneries, hand-made from the finest ingredients, enchantingly crafted to charm your taste buds. The Icing Room is the first-ever specialty concept shop that offers Design-It-Yourself (DIY) cake decorative services. They provide you with a cream cake, all you need to do is go wild and decorate your very own cake on the spot. To make this DIY experience even more delightful, we offer a wide range of coloured piping bags, toppings and decorative themed icings.

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• 06 Jul 2012 • 240 reviews • 0 follower

Draw the cake in any way you want!

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Draw your own cake - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/07/03/the-icing-room-causeway-point/

I like the icing room because I get to draw the cake on my own. So cool please!

I think it's all for the fun and joy of creating a self drawn cake. Definitely unique and totally personalised so do try it if you want to spring someone a good surprise with a special cake for any occasion.

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