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Krispy Kreme (TangsOrchard)

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Krispy Kreme serves the most famous and best selling doughnuts that will surely leave you to crave more when you taste it. Krispy Kreme Singapore opens its first outlet here at Tangs Orchard with a variety of flavors to choose from.

Sat - Thu: 08:00 - 22:00

Fri: 09:00 - 23:00

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Quite Nice

I am not a donut person, but curious about why they are so popular, I went to try it out as well.
The taste is good! Not very chewy but very soft, which I like a lot!
It is not too sweet neither, just nice!

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• 24 Mar 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Quite Nice

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I am not a donut person, but curious about why they are so popular, I went to try it out as well.
The taste is good! Not very chewy but very soft, which I like a lot!
It is not too sweet neither, just nice!
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• 11 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

Sweeter than my sweet tooth

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Usually when a new kid on the block, we always enountering long queue, super long.  When the strong interest is slowly die off, one can just relaxingly go and take own sweet time to choose and buy it.

That time I wanted to buy for my friend, the queue before or after lunch made a different.  There was even a food sample, the usual origin donut.

After all my friends have tried it, they found it too sweet.  Same feeling from my side, I myself is a sweet tooth, it can be really over sweetening at one time.

I am wondering how did the person who got one year of supply, is able to clear it all before another week of new supply.
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• 03 Apr 2014 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Four new flavours and a new outlet

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Four new chocolate-y flavours and a new outlet at the CBD, more power to you @krispykremesingapore and thank you for the sweet stuff to go with our morning coffee. The new flavours are : caramel meringue, icing chocolate curls, double chocolate custard and chocolate cookie crunch.

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