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Yummi Chiffon (Tanjong Pagar)

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Located in Tanjong Pagar Xchange on Maxwell Road, Yummi Chiffon (Tanjong Pagar) specialises in chiffon cakes.
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Variety!

Greeting me was a large variety of chiffon cakes (over 10 flavours). Colourful and pretty they were and neatly arranged. This reminds me the image of those colourful donut stores.

Their chiffon cakes are priced at $1.30-$1.60 each. There was quite a crowd when I went there at around 3+ pm. Display plates were cleared within minutes and the items were restocked rather quickly.

Managed to get 6 chiffon cakes for a try. Triple Chocolate, Strawberry Yogurt, cheese, chocolate, banana chocolate, pandan. Couldn't grab the oreo one. It was cleared very quickly and the SA said that stocks would not be able to arrive that soon.

Those cakes are rather cute on those display plates. Medium sized, round and colourful. Moist, fluffy and its rather light. You wont feel sick of it even after eating a few. (probably also due to my greediness >.

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  • chiffon cakes2 votes
  • Strawberry yogurt chiffon1 vote
  • coffee & tea1 vote
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• 26 Apr 2010 • 35 reviews • 1 follower

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i'll feel like something soft and fluffy, so i'll get either the cookies and cream or orange chiffon. but it can get a little dry. i like the variety of flavours though.
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• 21 Apr 2010 • 275 reviews • 32 followers

They score points for being the healthier choice, but unfortunately, lose out on taste and texture.

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Yummi Chiffon claims that their cakes have no artificial flavours and preservatives, and are low in fat and sugar. They score points for being the healthier choice, but unfortunately, lose out on taste and texture.

 The cake texture here was a tad too dry and dense. Although the pandan chiffon had dessicated coconut in the batter, it only provided some texture but not sufficient fragrance. The cranberry soy was also quite forgettable. We detected cranberry, but not the soy milk flavour.

 The one we enjoyed the most was the strawberry yogurt chiffon. It was more moist than the rest, probably due to the yogurt. The cake had a subtle, tangy sweetness that was “berry” nice.

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• 21 Jan 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Horrible! Great concept but food is lacking in taste. Spend your money elsewhere.

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We bought 4 flavours of the mini chiffon cakes from this shop. Every single flavour was supposed to be different, however, they all tasted exactly the same. The texture was nice and light but that was the only thing going for it. The individuals cakes are not too expensive but not worth the price paid for them. Spend your money elsewhere.
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