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41 votes

90047827

Tue - Thu: 11:00 - 21:30

Fri: 11:00 - 22:30

Sat - Sun: 10:00 - 22:30

$96 based on 34 reviews
The pop-up days for Windowsill Pies are over;they have relocated to a permanent location in Jalan Besar. The delicous gourmet pies still stand, and look out for the new savoury menu that is currently in the works. See what foodies like this place for
Food Ph.D • 12 Nov 2011259 reviews 7 followers

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2 month old Windowsill Pies was started by 2 brothers who wanted to fill up the “pie” gap in the local market. The duo of brothers are pretty young, but still, who says young chefs can’t produce great food? We took the leap of faith and went ahead to try 2 of their creations.
 
Banana Cognac Almond Brittle Pie ($6) – The cream-like top layer of the pie...

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What others are saying...

forknspoon • 16 Jul 20141 reviews 0 followers

-service is good
- decor looks nice

But:
-over priced pies ($8 for a tiny slice)
-Definitely over rated

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whaleliciousfay • 26 Jun 201478 reviews 5 followers

Windowsill in the Woods (also more famously known as Windowsill Pies) stands out with its elaborated shop front. And the place is packed for a café serving just sweet pies. Not even savoury pie.
 
Upon arrival, we were put on a waiting list, which we managed to be seated within 15 minutes. Unfortunately, the air conditioner was down that day. So warm!
 
And from the display shelf, we (quickly) ordered:-
 
1) Strawberry lemon, $7
 
2) S’mores,...

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foodolicious • 15 Jun 2014133 reviews 0 followers

We paid a total of $22.50 for all three slices and I thought that price was alright but I am sure there must be better pies out there (like Bar-Roque even though they don’t specialise in pies). It is evident that the chef is putting in a lot of effort to make their pies look really good (that’s why the word pie in their name) but somehow it lacks the oomph that ABC manages to give when you eat any of their sandwiches and pastries.

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http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/windowsill-pies-and-chye-seng-huat-hardware/

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