Tue - Thu: 11:00 - 21:30
Fri: 11:00 - 22:30
Sat - Sun: 10:00 - 22:30
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1. Strawberry Lemon (S$7)
Bombed with sourness. It's pretty much suitable for those of you who prefer to eat sour things instead of sweets.
2. Banana Slice (S$7)
A little sweet compared with the previous one but not overly. The cream on top was so smooth and light. Tasty!
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The dinner venue this evening had been Windowsill Pies, known for its pies and tarts as the name itself states. The interior is pretty, boosting a "in the woods" theme with its polished wood furniture + floor paneling as well as artificial trees standing tall within. It is an eye-catching cafe for sure, and sitting by the windows I noticed many passer-bys stopping by to check the cafe out and taking some photographs.
The Morello Cherry Pie came with the pretty criss-cross lattice design, instantly standing out from the other pies. The Morello cherries were sour but balanced beautifully by the sweet filling. The crust was a lovely golden brown, and was thin, light and crunchy. Every bite was a delight.
The Coconut Lime Vodka Pie came with thin and crunchy pie crust as well, as well as satin-smooth lemon curd. There was a slightly tarty flavor to the lemon curd, but not overwhelming. Within it are transparent vodka cubes - adding a bitterish but lovely touch to the pie. The pie was very delicious overall, but we were a little disappointed that the "coconut" was not a flavor within the pie itself, but presented itself merely as the dollop of coconut cream atop the tart. The vodka - if infused with the lemon curd, might have given it a more even flavor true to its name.
I had a Chai Latte (SGD$5.00). While my hot latte contained wisps of chai's aroma, the coffee itself was rather diluted.
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