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The Tiramisu Hero

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The Tiramisu Hero aims to bring forth only the best tiramisu to satiate anyone’s platter, human or feline. This dessert cafe allows everyone to customize their tiramisu to give perfect meaning for all occasion.

Thu - Tue: 11:00 - 22:00

Closed: Wed

+65 62925271
$19 based on 42 submissions
After Work (12 votes), Brunch (12 votes), Nice Deco (11 votes)
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cozy cafe

The whimsical cafe even set aside little retail corners around the cafe selling many lovely items. The owners really have eyes for beauty item.

My Cafe Latte ($5.50) at The Tiramisu Hero is pretty good. First tick off from my requisite of a good cafe that I will return.

Rolled with ham and cheese melted in a warm toasty wrap and finished with the chef's secret sauce, the Ham and Cheese Wrap ($9.80) was surprising very tasty with all the ingredients working in harmony.

The Truffle Eggs Bacon Roll ($10.5) was pretty interesting with its presentation. The fluffy scrambled eggs were wrapped in crispy bacon hence the circular shape. A little surprise await us as we cut through it with creamy egg yolk oozing out.

The Baked Cheese Chicken ($19) is served with portobello mushroom and garden vegetables. The oven baked boneless chicken was fork tender and the cheese accentuated the flavour.

For full review and photo, go to www.sgfoodonfoot.com

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• 08 Mar 2015 • 221 reviews • 19 followers

cozy cafe

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The whimsical cafe even set aside little retail corners around the cafe selling many lovely items. The owners really have eyes for beauty item.

My Cafe Latte ($5.50) at The Tiramisu Hero is pretty good. First tick off from my requisite of a good cafe that I will return.

Rolled with ham and cheese melted in a warm toasty wrap and finished with the chef's secret sauce, the Ham and Cheese Wrap ($9.80) was surprising very tasty with all the ingredients working in harmony.

The Truffle Eggs Bacon Roll ($10.5) was pretty interesting with its presentation. The fluffy scrambled eggs were wrapped in crispy bacon hence the circular shape. A little surprise await us as we cut through it with creamy egg yolk oozing out.

The Baked Cheese Chicken ($19) is served with portobello mushroom and garden vegetables. The oven baked boneless chicken was fork tender and the cheese accentuated the flavour.

For full review and photo, go to www.sgfoodonfoot.com
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• 23 Nov 2014 • 431 reviews • 7 followers

Tiramisu should not be their core item

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Having been to The Tiramisu Hero for brunch once, I decided to give it another go today, since *Charmaine picked it anyway (out of all the cafes here in Lavender area). It was still every bit as pretty, and there are still these adorable accessories for sale.

We were very full from our lunch, but girls being girls - merely ordering just a pot of hot tea just wasn't enough (initially that was our agreement - just a tea or coffee). *Charmaine had the Tiramisu (SGD$7.50) in a jar, original flavor. She commented that it tasted merely like "chocolate and cream" at first bite, but then commented that the flavor grew on her as she continued to progress through her dessert.

I decided to go for the Tiramisu (SGD$7.50) in a jar - the strawberry flavor. As usual, there was no detected coffee aroma, just sweet cream and strawberries (I felt like I was eating S&C literally), though the texture was light and fluffy, lovely in its own right. I just wouldnt consider this a tiramisu place.

They also have these amazing pre-mix Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows (SGD$4.80) goodies for takeaways - all one needs to do is to add hot water or milk to enjoy a delicious cup of hot chocolate. *Charmaine bought a couple to try - I shall ask for her review soon.

For full review and more photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/dessert-at-tiramisu-hero-cafe-revisit.html



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• 28 Sep 2014 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

not that good

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I guess I had high expectations for the tiramisu here, since it's touted as their specialty. The choices are limited and the taste isn't outstanding. I'm enthusiastic about tiramisu and I try it at different places whenever I can, but this one falls short. Nice ambience though. 
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