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The Deli

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Located in Goodwood Park Hotel on Scotts Road, The Deli serves mouth-watering array of award-winning cakes, pastries and homemade cookies.
Daily: 9.00am - 9.00pm
+65 67301786
$19 based on 18 submissions
High Tea (5 votes), Take Away (5 votes), Romance/First Dates (4 votes)
Woon Kai Goh

Live up to it's reputation

It's not cheap but it's worth every cent. The durian mousse cake is of good quality. Do keep an eye for credit card promo for their cakes/pastries.

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Durian mousse cake
11 May 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Live up to it's reputation

It's not cheap but it's worth every cent. The durian mousse cake is of good quality. Do keep an eye for credit card promo for their cakes/pastries.
27 Apr 2014 • 71 reviews • 4 followers

All about durians : REVIEW!

One of the most delicious fruits in the world that you NEED to know (and TRY!)

Full review at:  http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/04/goodwood-park-hotel-durian-fiesta-2014.html

Durian Puff — SGD20.00 (6 pcs)
Pictures at 
http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/04/goodwood-park-hotel-durian-fiesta-2014.html
Durian Crepe — SGD62.00 (8 pcs), SGD9.00 (per piece)

Mao Shan Power Puff — SGD17.80 (per piece)

D24 Durian Ice Cream — SGD16.80
26 Dec 2013 • 122 reviews • 7 followers

Superb Durian Cake

For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2013/12/26/cafe-lespresso-and-the-deli/#more-6666

MIL and I visited L’Espresso after our haircuts at Georgina’s which is also located within Goodwood Park. It was about 5pm; we just wanted to have a snack to fill our tummies a little before dinner. MIL was also craving for the Goodwood Park’s legendary durian mousse cake.

We ordered drinks from the cake and selected cakes from The Deli
Red Velvet Cake ($6.80) was alet-down because it was too dry.

Durian mousse ($11) was superb. This is pure pleasure to any durian fan. Every bite was is filled with thick durian pulp and velvety mousse. Three thumbs up!
chocolate lemongrass
13 Mar 2013 • 228 reviews • 8 followers

More than just durians

Click HERE: http://www.dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/03/goodwood-park-deli-more-than-just.html for FULL REVIEW :D

While Goodwood Park may be famous for their durians, do you know that they sell pastries and bread too? Occasionally, I do make trips down to the Deli shops to check out if there is any new items and most likely I would not go back empty handed. Here are some of the items the month of March
The Vanilla Raspberry Charlotte ) is a creamy vanilla mousse layer which sat on top three Swiss rolls that are filled with raspberry jam. The mousse layer was faultless but the rolls at the base were a little too sweet.
Pandan cheesecake truly surprised me with a lighter than NY cheesecake texture but yet not too mousse-y and airy like the Japanese style. Furthermore, the red beans that are studded on the sponge base were big like kidney beans but not too sweet. The aromatic pandan smell simply whiffs into your nose in every bite.

http://www.dairycream.blogspot.sg/2013/03/goodwood-park-deli-more-than-just.html



30 Aug 2012 • 290 reviews • 11 followers

Goodwood Park Hotel Assorted Snowskin Mooncakes 2012

Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2012/08/goodwood-park-hotel-assorted-snowskin.html

Every year at this time of the year, Chinese normally enjoy the Mid Autumn Festival with Mooncakes.

Over the years, the way this festival has evolved is quite interesting. In the olden days, people used to savour mooncakes and tea while gazing at the (round) moon. In addition, tradition Mooncakes itself has also evolved The filling inside used to be made from lotus paste with an egg yolk in the middle.

Today, even the crust has changed. There are Snowskin Mooncakes that comes in different flavours and must be chilled. The fillings made from paste from durian, banana, mango, chocolate, green tea and many others. There are also deep fried flaky Mooncakes with yam fillings, ice cream Mooncakes and more. We are so spoilt for choices on the type of Mooncakes to buy.

As for me, it is becoming a habit for me to go to Goodwood Park to buy its Snowskin Mooncakes.

There are different types of mooncakes to choose from. As usual, I ordered the Assorted Snowskin Mooncakes.

The Blood Orange with Banana Snowskin Mooncake is one of the two new creation by Goodwood Park Hotel. It is made from red orange pulp with banana. If you are wondering, the other creation is theMao Shang Wang Snowskin Mooncake.

The Mango with Pomelo, D24 Durian and Cempedak Snowskin Mooncakes are a yearly feature due to their popularity.

Overall, I still like Goodwood Park Hotel's Snowskin Mooncakes. Their Mooncakes are filled with not just rich creamy paste of the respective fruits but also chunks of the fruits to enhance the flavour and texture with each bite. The different combination of fruity flavours provided a balance in taste, was refreshing. In addition, the snowskins (crust) are so soft.

Furthermore, the Snowskin Mooncakes are made with no preservatives and will need to be consumed within 3 days after purchase. They will need to be stored in the freezer after purchase.

This year, Goodwood Park Hotel has changed the tote thermal bag. It is still yellow colour as yellow has been the signature colour for the hotel's mooncake packaging since 2007. With this Tote Thermal Bag, the mooncakes will be kept cool for an hours after purchase. This is to ensure freshness and allow customers to bring it back home to store in their freezer. Also, these bags are re-usable.

For more details on the different flavours, prices and discounts for the mooncakes, please refer to their website.

Full review and photos: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2012/08/goodwood-park-hotel-assorted-snowskin.html