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Cupplets

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Cupplets is a cafe located on Ngee Ann Polytechnic campus that exudes an old-time charm for students to chill out over a cup of coffee and pastries. They also cater customization or personalized orders for any joyous events like birthdays, weddings and even corporate gifts.

Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 19:00

Closed: Sat & Sun

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Great Desserts, Amazing Service

My friend and I ventured to Ngee Ann today to try out Cupplets after following them on Instagram for months (their cakes look other-worldly, in the best way possible). While ordering, I mentioned to my friend that I was sick so the owner asked us if we would like to split our milk and cookie dough cake and our matcha tart (both were divine) into two separate plates, which I felt was really thoughtful. The cake was slightly dense and really satisfying and unique, while the tart was sweet and sticky without being cloying. While eating our dessert, the owner approached me to pass me a cup of warm honey lemon for my throat. I was quite surprised and I hope more people support this special cafe.

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  • Lemon Meringue Tart2 votes
  • matcha tart, milk and cookie dough cake1 vote
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great Desserts, Amazing Service

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My friend and I ventured to Ngee Ann today to try out Cupplets after following them on Instagram for months (their cakes look other-worldly, in the best way possible). While ordering, I mentioned to my friend that I was sick so the owner asked us if we would like to split our milk and cookie dough cake and our matcha tart (both were divine) into two separate plates, which I felt was really thoughtful. The cake was slightly dense and really satisfying and unique, while the tart was sweet and sticky without being cloying. While eating our dessert, the owner approached me to pass me a cup of warm honey lemon for my throat. I was quite surprised and I hope more people support this special cafe.
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• 17 Aug 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

Try their lemon meringue tart and elderflower cake

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Cupplets cafe and bakery is one of the best finds ever if you are looking for good coffee and sweets in the West. They have got pretty good tarts and cakes. We tried the lemon meringue tart and elderflower cake and it has got to be the best sweet and sour combination ever! Perhaps you can get lemon meringue tarts anywhere else but elderflower cake isn't something commonly seen. I'm definitely going back for their best seller matcha tart!!

http://poportion.blogspot.sg/2014/08/decided-to-pay-visit-to-cupplets-cafe.html
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• 21 Apr 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Best cakes in Singapore!

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The cakes here are really delicious and special, you cannot find them anywhere else in Singapore. Their coffee is also good. It is rare to find a cafe that serves both good coffee and great cakes!

Highly recommended.
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