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July 30, 2016 OTA News No Comments Email Email

Got a sweet tooth? ZUJI Singapore has put together 6 decadent desserts around that world to satiate that sugar craving!

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  1. Thai Tea Lava Croissant @ CODE (Café of Dessert Enthusiasts) – Bangkok, Thailand

Can’t get enough of the lava craze? Then you’ve got to get your hands on CODE’s Thai Tea Lava Croissant. Encased in a crisp and fluffy charcoal croissant is a fragrant Thai tea filling that oozes out once cut into. At around SG$5 a piece, this baby requires 15-20 minute wait upon making an order. If you’re looking to try more lava-liscious treats the café also serves croissants and Shibuya Toasts stuffed with salted egg, matcha or classic chocolate fillings.

2.        Ice Cream Churro Cones @ Eva’s Original Chimneys – Toronto, Canada

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Also known as “Chimneys”, ice cream churro cones are soft bread-like pastries that are generously coated with cinnamon sugar and topped generously with a vanilla soft serve. Originating from Hungary, these audacious cones have a luscious crunchy exterior but are also soft and pillowy on the inside. Priced around SG$10, it comes together with a topping of your choice – you can choose from flavours such as Butter Toffee Bits to Whipped Cream Cheese!

 3.        Coffee in a Cone @  The Grind Coffee Company – Johannesburg, South Africa

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Said to be “the world’s most-Instagrammed” coffee, the Coffee in a Cone is chocolate-lined waffle ice cream cone filled with an espresso or macchiato of your choice. At approximately, SG$12 a cone, it is custom made by chef Jill Okkers using a unique recipe, the cones are coated inside with a unique dark chocolate compound that prevents it from melting too fast. Once it’s poured in, you’ve got 10 minutes to drink the coffee before everything melts! 

4.        Giant Fluffy Pancakes @ Café Gram – Osaka, Japan

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Called ‘Premium Pancakes’, these edible clouds are made of meringue and baked to achieve the ultimate fluffy texture. Each at approximately three centimetres in height, the giant pancakes come in stacks of three and are served with the classic butter, cream and maple syrup. Priced at SG$12 a platter, they are in such a high demand they are only sold three times a day with only 20 servings are dished out at each session!

5.        Lava Cookie @ Cuckoo Callay – Sydney Australia

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Curiously named the ‘Lost Cookie of Pompeii’, Cuckoo Callay’s lava cookie is a crisp yet soft biscuit cube that’s waiting to be cracked open. Oozing a decadent melted chocolate, the irresistible cookie is topped with peanut butter, mascarpone, banana, crème anglaise and popping candy for an added kick! At SG$17 a plate, this sweet treat is one hodge podge of flavours that will leave you back for more.

  1. The Original Rainbow Bagel @ The Bagel Store – Brooklyn, New York

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True to its name, the Rainbow Bagel is probably one of the most psychedelic and fun looking treats you’ll ever taste! Sandwiched in-between its trippy exterior is what The Bagel Store calls “Funfetti”, a cream cheese frosting that’s blended with rainbow sprinkles and white cake. At SG$9.50 a piece, its topped with a layer of blue and pink cotton candy and is said to taste similar to cereal.

Can’t wait to sink your teeth into these sweet treats? Check out the latest deals on ZUJI Singapore to book your next food adventure!

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