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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 44 submissions
After Work (13 votes), Brunch (13 votes), Nice Deco (12 votes)
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here for the mud pie!

Full review at:  http://www.tiaraa.net/cities/singapore/thetiramisuhero

People come here for the tiramisu but not me!! Usually, I will make a trip to the tiramisu hero after bringing my friends to Tai Hwa Bak Chor Mee. After which, we would be having desserts in this cafe. Of all the cafes at Jalan Basar, the sole reason why I come over to this cafe is because of their mud pies!! I sometimes even crave for it so I will get my friends to head all the way there with me to satisfy my cravings. More pictures and review can be found at HERE!

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• 05 Jul 2015 • 54 reviews • 0 follower

here for the mud pie!

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Full review at:  http://www.tiaraa.net/cities/singapore/thetiramisuhero

People come here for the tiramisu but not me!! Usually, I will make a trip to the tiramisu hero after bringing my friends to Tai Hwa Bak Chor Mee. After which, we would be having desserts in this cafe. Of all the cafes at Jalan Basar, the sole reason why I come over to this cafe is because of their mud pies!! I sometimes even crave for it so I will get my friends to head all the way there with me to satisfy my cravings. More pictures and review can be found at HERE!
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• 24 Apr 2015 • 223 reviews • 5 followers

Tiramisu Hero: Cheeky & Cosy Cafe At Tyrwhitt Road (Revisit)

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Full review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/tiramisu-hero-cheeky-cozy-cafe-at-tyrwhitt-road

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It may be a 10 minutes walk from Lavender Mrt station, however, Tiramisu Hero's fashionable and hipster storefront stood out from afar, thus locating it was a breeze. Tiramisu Hero is a dream come true by 2 heroines who were previously a financial planner and blogger respectively. Apart from their selections of creative Tiramisu, mains and starters are available too. I got myself the Chicken Gordon Bleu ($16) which was stuffed chicken breast adorned with cream based gravy. Patricia ordered the Sophie's Breakfast ($10.50) which was stacked pancakes and sliced bananas, drizzled with honey and granola.  What caught my attention was the cheeky vibes that Tiramisu exudes. Sir Antonio, which is the name of the cat, can be seen all around the shop! Overall a nice cafe with good ambiance and get ready to be blown away by customized Tiramisu!
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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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