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Pine Garden's Cake

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Located along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Pine Garden's Cake specialise in cheesecakes and pastries.

Daily: 8.30am - 9.30pm

+65 64576159
$7 based on 69 submissions
Take Away (14 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (10 votes), High Tea (7 votes)
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Lovely Lychee Martini cake

The Lychee Martini cake is surprisingly soft, like the gentle pale pink color it comes in. The layers of cream around it makes this cake like a cloud of cream fluff, and it melts deliciously in the mouth redolent of rich lychee flavor. The sponge cake within comes in layers of this lychee-flavored cream as well as real lychee flesh. The cake is cottony soft, comes in rich lychee flavor and is richly infused with martini as well - perfect for someone like me who prefer heavier flavors.

for full review, please read here thanks:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/lychee-martini-cake-from-pine-garden.html

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• 22 Nov 2014 • 431 reviews • 7 followers

Lovely Lychee Martini cake

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The Lychee Martini cake is surprisingly soft, like the gentle pale pink color it comes in. The layers of cream around it makes this cake like a cloud of cream fluff, and it melts deliciously in the mouth redolent of rich lychee flavor. The sponge cake within comes in layers of this lychee-flavored cream as well as real lychee flesh. The cake is cottony soft, comes in rich lychee flavor and is richly infused with martini as well - perfect for someone like me who prefer heavier flavors.

for full review, please read here thanks:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/lychee-martini-cake-from-pine-garden.html
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• 21 Nov 2014 • 579 reviews • 20 followers

For a taste of nostalgia

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To see photos, please go to http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/11/pine-gardens-cake.html

For a "traditional bakery", I was surprised that the cakes at Pine Garden's Cakes are that fluffy. They were a lovely airy contrast to the heavy buttercream layering. It may not be the most refined of confectionery, but they do offer a good sweet dose of nostalgia.

We had:

1) My favourite by far, the Pulut Hitam ($2.80) was a butter-creamed twist on a local dessert. The black glutinous rice pudding topping was perfectly nuanced. 

2) Although I generally don't like orange accents in my chocolate, I didn't hate the Orange Zest Chocolate ($2.70). The orange was delicate, and light, without being saccharine like it usually does in most orange-based desserts. 
 
3) Mango Passionfruit ($3.50): lively and tart, tinged with sour elements 
 
4) Lychee Martini ($2.80): very light. So light it tasted more like a vanilla buttercream cake. I could hardly taste any alcohol in this. 
 
5) Blackforest ($2.80): perhaps, the most traditional of them all, but it was quite the throwback to the yesteryear
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• 17 Apr 2014 • 111 reviews • 1 follower

Pine Garden's Cake Shop Ang Mo Kio

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Cake Pictures : http://mrupupup.blogspot.sg/2014/04/pines-gardens-cake-shop-ang-mo-kio.html
Mrupupup loves to eat and could not resist the old school cakes from Pine Garden's Cake Shop at Blk 529 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10. This round Mrupupup had their yummy Pulut Hitam mousse sponge cake. The Pulut Hitam sponge cake was one creamy dessert cake which hits the palate just right to satisfy the cravings for  traditional dessert and cake at the same time. Pretty clever creation this Pulut Hitam cake (about $2.50).

 The other cake was the orange zest chocolate cake, Mrupupup loved its match of orange and chocolate all in one ($3.10). This cake was not as moist as the other Pulut Hitam cake. It was nice though and pretty good old school cake.

 Mrupupup could not resist all the cakes and managed to take pictures of the cakes: cartoon cakes, old style cakes, black forest cake, lychee martin cake (do try this very interesting flavour!), many more! The prices are good and value for money, not more than $6 per slice.
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