Mei Yee Bakery

Mei Yee, is a Chinese/Asian bakery located on the corner of Victoria and 41st. They produce a pretty impressive assortment of cakes, buns, cookies, steamed buns, and other goodies. I’ve visited the place once, a number of years ago, to buy a cake for my dad’s birthday. I decided to revisit the place recently. Unfortunately, when I tried taking pictures of their food, a staff member saw me and asked me to stop. Well, that’s fine (I understand that people may want some privacy), but since I don’t have photos, I can’t remember the exact names of some of the stuff I bought or their prices, so I’ll just put them in quotation marks. I had a Bola-Bola Steamed Bun, “Sticky Rice with Pork”, “Taro Bun with Crispy Topping”, “BBQ Pork Bun with Crispy Topping”, “Custard Bun with Crispy Topping” and “Pork Floss Onion Roll”.

Bola-Bola Steamed Bun ($2):


3.5/5
This contained egg, pork, sausages, chestnuts, mushrooms among other fillings. The bun was nice and fluffy. There was a pretty good amount of filling, which albeit a tad on the blander side, was still tasty and savoury, with a lot of different textures. This was very large, almost twice the size of other buns.

“Sticky Rice with Pork” (around $1.20):


3.5/5
This consisted of glutinous rice that’s stuffed with ground pork. The outer parts had a slightly nice bit of crispiness while the rice had a bit of sweetness. The filling was quite savoury and had a bit of a seafood-like flavour to it.

Taro Bun with Crispy Topping (around $1.20):


3.5/5
This was a pineapple ball that’s filled with taro paste. The bun was quite sluffy and soft; I really enjoyed the topping, which provided great sweetness and texture. The taro was creamy and mildly sweet; I do wish there could be a bit more filling, however.

BBQ Pork Bun with Crispy Topping (around $1.20):


3.5/5
This was the same as the taro bun, except with BBQ pork. The pork had a pretty unusual bright red colour, but was still tender, and had a nice sweetness. It was not as overstuffed as the one from New Town, but the amount of filling was still generous.

Custard Bun with Crispy Topping (around $1.20):


3.5/5
This was the same as the taro bun, but with custard filling. I quite enjoyed the custard, which was creamy and mildly sweet. Again, the filling was not well distributed throughout the bun, but there was a fairly good amount in the centre.

“Pork Floss Onion Roll” (around $1.20):


3/5
This was essentially a small swiss roll cake that’s topped with green onions and pork floss. The cake itself was quite soft and moist. Unfortunately, I did find the combination of the onion and cake to be a bit too weird/off-putting.

I really enjoyed my visit to Mei Yee. The food, while not as good as some other places like New Town, were still solid and the prices are a great bargain. I’d definitely recommend checking this place out.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Steamed Buns, Buns with Crispy Topping, “Sticky Rice with Pork”
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Golden Ray Bakery

Living in Kensington region, there are quite a few Chinese/Asian bakeries around. One such joint is Golden Ray Bakery, which is located on Kingsway, near Knight Street. Although small, they do offer a pretty good variety of baked buns, steamed buns, cookies, and cakes. During my visit, I had their Cheese Hot Dog, Tuna, Curry Beef, Pizza, BBQ Pork Pineapple, and Dried Pork Buns, as well as a Pork & Egg Steamed Bun.

Pork & Egg Steamed Bun ($1.75):


4/5
This was filled with minced pork, Chinese sausage, and egg. The bun outside was fluffy with a nice bit of sweetness. There was a fairly good amount of filling inside, with the meats being tender and juicy and the sausage having a wonderful fragance (I do love Chinese sausage; I probably wouldn’t want to know what actually goes into them, but they are frigging delicious).

Cheese Hot Dog Bun ($1.40):


3.5/5
The bread itself was relatively soft with a slight bit of sweetness. The hotdog was just a standard hotdog that’s quite processed, but still very tasty. The cheese was also very tasty. I do wish there’s a bit more filling, however.

Tuna Bun ($1.40):


3/5
The tuna was quite savoury and had a great creaminess (probably from mayo). It was a tad bit fishy, but that’s expected. Again, I could have done with more filling.

Curry Beef Bun ($1.40):


3/5
The bread was quite fluffy and soft. I quite enjoyed the curry, which was fragrant and mildly sweet; there just wasn’t much meat, however, and I do find that they were a bit stingy on the amount of filling.

BBQ Pork Pineapple Bun ($1.40):


3.5/5
I quite enjoyed the “pineapple” topping, which provided a nice sweetness and a bit of texture. The filling was also sweet, and the pieces of pork were tender. Again, I do wish that they could have been a little more generous with the amount of filling.

Pizza Bun ($1.40):


3/5
This was filled with tomato sauce, peppers, hotdog and cheese. I wasn’t a big fan of the tomato sauce or peppers, which I found to be a little bland. The hot dogs (which was the same as the ones from the Cheese Hot Dog bun) were tasty however, and the cheese provided a nice creaminess.

Dried Pork Bun ($1.40):


2.5/5
This was topped with dried pork floss. In most versions, the bun would be split open, and there would be this clear, sweet glaze inside; this wasn’t the case here, however. The bun was still tasty, being fluffy and soft, and the floss had a nice savouriness. I do miss the glaze however, which is normally my favourite part of these types of buns.

The baked buns at Golden Ray Bakery are mostly just mediocore, but I did really enjoy the steamed bun. The prices are very affordable, however: most of the buns are around $1.50. This isn’t the best bakery around, but it is decent and worth visiting. They are cash only, so make sure that you’ve got some on you when you visit.

Summary:
Food: 3/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Pork & Egg Steamed Bun, BBQ Pork Pineapple Bun
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Cafe Gloucester

You know what sucks about being a Shanghainese/Mandarin-speaking Chinese in Vancouver? Every time you enter a Cantonese shop/restaurant the staff always assumes that you know Cantonese and you end up looking/feeling like an idiot when you’ve got no idea what they are saying. The most recent incident of this happened during my visit to Gloucester Cafe. They are a Hong Kong-style restaurant located on Cambie. Like most restaurants of their kind, they have quite an extensive menu of Asian-Western fusion style dishes. Of course, the staff assumed that I knew Cantonese, and I did feel a bit embarrassed/awkward telling them that I didn’t understand what they were saying (especially when probably 90% of their customers are Cantonese speakers). Fortunately, they do speak English, and I was able to to order Macau Style Bun with Pork Chop and Gloucester Club House Spaghetti without trouble.

Macau Style Bun with Pork Chop ($10.99):


4/5
This comes with your choice of chicken, pork, or fish (I went with pork) and comes with fries and your choice of either coffee or tea (I had coffee). The pork chop was a bit chewy in some parts, but still tender, juicy, and flavourful. I really enjoyed the bread, which was crispy and nicely toasted on the outside and soft and chewy on the interior. The fries were decent; not the crispiest but still tasty and well seasoned. I found the coffee to be a bit weak for my taste: I actually thought it was tea, but it was creamy.

Gloucester Club House Spaghetti ($13.59):


3.5/5
This consisted of spaghetti in a tomato sauce containing ham, scrambled eggs, and mushrooms, and was topped with a sunny side up egg. The noodles were nicely cooked, being tender while retaining a bit of firmness. The sauce was pretty thick and coated the spaghetti well. I did find the flavours to be a tad one-note, but still tasty.

In spite of feeling a bit out of place, I did quite enjoy the food at Cafe Gloucester. Their prices are also very reasonable. The service is typical of most Chinese-style restaurants: the staff aren’t particularly attentive, but they are quite efficient. This is definitely worth visiting.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: 3/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Macau Style Bun with Pork Chop
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Saint Germain Bakery (Metrotown)

I visit the Superstore in Metrotown quite frequently, and each time I do, I end up passing by St. Germaine. They are an Asian bakery with several locations throughout the Lower Mainland, with one being in Metrotown. I finally caved in and decided to check the place out recently. It was early when I went, and they still hadn’t put out about half of their goods, so the selection was a bit limited. I ended up getting their Curry Beef Turnover, BBQ Pork Roll, and Chicken Pie.

Curry Beef Turnover ($1.96):


3.5/5
The crust was quite flaky and savoury while the filling was fragrant, flavourful, and had a slight bit of heat/spice. I did find it to be a bit overly salty however.

BBQ Pork Roll ($1.96):


4/5
The crust was similar to that of the turnover; however, I actually found it to be even more flaky and rich. I also really enjoyed the filling, which had a nice bit of sweetness to help balance the saltiness of the crust.

Chicken Pie ($1.96):


3/5
The crust here is not the same as that of the turnover or roll: it was actually quite crunch and cookie-like, and was a bit sweet without any savoury flavour, which was a bit strange/off-putting for me as I didn’t feel that it paired well with the filling. I did enjoy the filling inside however: there was plenty of tender chicken, which was well-seasoned and flavourful.

I really enjoyed the pastries at St. Germaine. Their prices are relatively cheap, as is typical with most Asian bakeries. All in all, this is definitely a shop that I’d recommend visiting.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Curry Beef Turnover, BBQ Pork Roll
Saint Germain Bakery Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Angel Cake Cafe

I really hate sending back dishes. It really makes me feel like an a-hole and I just feel very bad for the staff and the restaurant (I’m not a person to waste food). Unfortunately, I found myself doing just that during my visit to Angel Food Cafe, a Hong Kong style restaurant located on Fraser Street, in the Punjabi Market. While they serve up quite a large menu of very tasty-looking food, there’s just one dish that I just HAD to try in particular: Baked Curry Beef Brisket Thick Toast (they also have a chicken variety, but I went with beef). It’s seriously a blend of two awesome things: curry beef brisket and fluffy French toast. I also had their Baked Pork Chop with Tomato Sauce on Rice. The curry beef brisket arrived first…only it wasn’t the dish that I ordered: it was curry beef with a side of rice instead of toast. In another situation, I’d probably just suck it up and accept the dish, but I had come specifically to Angel Cafe to just try their toast. I ended up sending the dish back and telling the staff that I had ordered their toast version. I seriously felt pretty terrible.

Baked Curry Beef Brisket Thick Toast ($9.95):


4/5
This consisted of a small loaf of toast that’s filled with beef curry. The toast was of the Asian-style milk toast variety, and was very fluffy and had a wonderful chewiness. The curry was also very flavourful and savoury, with several large pieces of tender beef and potatoes. I did find a few of the potato pieces to be a tad undercooked.

Baked Pork Chop with Tomato Sauce on Rice ($10.25):


4/5
The pork chop had a lightly crunchy coating, and was quite meaty and tender. While I’m generally not the biggest fan of tomato sauce, I actually quite enjoyed the version here; it was quite thick and not overly tangy. The portion size isn’t very large, but their prices are quite cheap, making it a very reasonable deal.

While I seriously felt pretty bad about having to send back a dish, I have to say, the thick toast was worth the embarrassment. Their Baked Pork Chop with Tomato Sauce on Rice was also quite tasty. The prices were also very reasonable. I did find their service to be a bit lacking unfortunately (which is typical of most Asian restaurants); and it definitely helps if you can speak Cantonese as that’s the language that the staff primarily uses. The good food and prices more than make up for the lackluster service however, and I’d highly recommend checking this place out if you enjoy HK cuisine. This is cash only, so be sure to have some bills on you.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 4.5/5
Service: 2.5/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Baked Curry Beef Brisket Thick Toast, Baked Pork Chop with Tomato Sauce on Rice
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3 Quarters Full

I didn’t think that I’d find a place more overpriced than Ganache Patisserie, but then I visisted 3 Quarters Full. The latter is a small bakery/restaurant located near English Bay offering various Asian/Taiwainese style breakfast/lunch items, including a good assortment of buns and cakes. Being the massive sugarholic that I am, I was primarily interested in their desserts and ended up purchasing a Naidong Roll (Original with Strawberry), Mille Crepe Cake (Uji Matcha with Red Bean), Tiramisu, and Dirty Cake. Now they did not have the prices of their pastries being shown, so just imagine my shock when the bill came to almost $40. Yes, $40 for four TINY slices of cakes (think 1/2-1/3 the size of those that I get from Cadeaux or Trafiq for less than $7 a slice). WTF! Of course, I was WAY too embarrassed to cancel my order by then, so I just grinned and beared the pain, and parted with my cash.

Naidong Roll (Original with Strawberry, $7.50):


4/5
This was a swiss roll consisting of a sponge cake that’s filled with cream, a piece of jello, and a strawberry. The sponge cake itself was pretty good: light, fluffly, mildly sweet, and was not overly dry. Although I’m not normally a huge fan of jello, I actually enjoyed it here, which was not overly stiff and had a nice fragrance. The flavours here are mild,

Mille Crepe Cake (Uji Matcha with Red Bean, $13):


4/5
This consisted of layers of matcha-flavoured crepe sandwiching cream and red bean filling. This was the first time that I’ve had this type of dessert before, and I was quite surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The crepe was quite tender, with a slightly chewy texture, and had a wonderful aroma of matcha. The red bean filling was mildly sweet, slightly starchy, and paired very well with the green tea.

Tiramisu ($9.95):


3.5/5
This consisted of layers of coffee flavoured cake sandwiching cream/mousse. The cake was quite soft, light and fluffy, and had a nice bit of bitterness. I did find the coffee flavour to be a little weak however, and I do wish that they could have used a bit more liquor as I like my cake to be more moist in a tiramisu.

The Dirty Cake ($8.95):


3/5
This consisted of their plain, matcha, and chocolate cake, sandwiching layers of cake and topped with chocolate glaze. Each of the cakes were quite soft and fluffy, although I can’t really taste much of their individual flavours. The cream was light, and mildly sweet. This was just fine; nothing memorable/special.

Now, I will give credit where it’s due: I did actually quite like the cakes from 3 Quarters Full. Furthermore, the staff members are quite friendly. When I entered, the lady working behind the counter greeted me and took me through their menu and explained everything to me (although I sure do wish that she could have told me the freaking prices of the cakes!). However, the outrageous pricing have literally left a bad taste in my mouth, and I honestly cannot recommend this place for their desserts, not when there are at least a dozen other great Asian-style bakeries around offering just as tasty cakes at a fraction of the cost.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 0/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 2.5/5
Recommendations: N/A (Mille Crepe Cake, Naidong Roll if you’ve got money to burn)

3 Quarters Full Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Michele Cake Shop

I’m not the biggest fan of Asian/Chinese-style cakes. I often find them to be just too dry and bland. However, it seems that a lot of Asian bakeries have been stepping up their game in the cake department. I’ve quite enjoyed the desserts that I tried at Marui Bakery. More recently, my visit to Michele Cake Shop has further improved my perception of Asian cakes. The latter is a Chinese/Asian-style bakery in Kerrisdale that make a good selection of cakes, as well as buns and pastries. For my visit, I stuck to just their sweets, and got their Tiramisu, Michele Cheesecake, Chocolate Cake, and Portuguese Tart.

Portuguese Tart ($1.75):


4/5
This is similar to a regular egg tart, except that the top is bruleed/caramelized. The crust was a bit bland, but quite tender and flaky. I quite liked the egg custard, which was smooth, mildly sweet, and had a pleasant eggy fragrance. I actually prefer this over the ones from Marui as it is a bit more flavourful (without being overly sweet).

Tiramisu ($3.99):


4.5/5
This consisted of layers of coffee sponge cake sandwiching coffee mousse. This is a fantastic rendition of the dessert. The cake was soft and light while the mousse was smooth and airy, with a wonderful bitter-sweet flavour. The cake also had a fantastic fragrance of coffee liquor.

Michele Cheesecake ($3.50):


4.5/5
This consisted of a layer of fluffier, Asian-style cheesecake on top of another layer of denser, more Western-style cheesecake. The top layer was light and fluffy with a nice citrusy fragrance, while the bottom was richer, creamier, and had a wonderful tang. This is seriously the best of both worlds.

Chocolate Cake ($2.75):


3.5/5
This was made up of layers of chocolate sponge cake and chocolate cream, and decorated with a small cream puff. Again, the cake was very fluffy and light. I personally found the chocolate/cocoa flavour to be a bit too weak. I also didn’t really care for the cream puff, which was bland and had a slightly oily texture, although it was quite a nice decoration.

I had managed expectations for the desserts at Michele Cake Shop and I must say, I was quite blown away by how tasty some of their cakes were. The prices are a bit on the higher side for an Asian-style bakery, but I think it’s quite reasonable given the quality of their desserts. Whether you like Asian-style sweets or not, I highly recommend giving this place a try.

Summary:
Food: 4/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 4/5
Recommendations: Tiramisu, Michele Cheesecake, Portuguese Tart
Michele Cake Shop Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

La Cuisson

I don’t usually buy drinks. And no, I’m not just referring to alcohol (I seriously cannot stand the taste of alcohol), but also coffee/tea/other liquids in general. It’s not that I don’t like drinks (I do enjoy a good latte/milkshake/frap); I just prefer to save my money and stomach for poutine/pasta/cakes/fried chicken/a thousand other solids that I love. Hence, when I visited La Cuisson this week, it wasn’t for any of their drinks but rather their desserts. They are one of several tea rooms in Kerrisdale and has, in addition to quite an extensive menu of tea/coffee/fancy drinks, a selection of cakes and other sweets made in the Asian-style. I got their Mango Mousse, Matcha Redbean Mousse and Royal Chocolate Cake.

Mango Mousse ($6.25):


4/5
This consisted of a thin layer of cake topped with mango mousse and pieces of mango. The mousse was light and had a wonderful, fresh tang that’s similar to that of a lemon tart. The mango flavour was strong without being artificial.

Matcha Redbean Mousse ($6.25):


3.5/5
This consisted of a thin layer of sponge cake topped with matcha mousse that is studded with pieces of sweetened red beans. The mousse again was very light and only mildly sweet. I did find the matcha flavour to be a bit too subtle and hard to detect.

Royal Chocolate Cake ($6.25):


4.5/5
This consisted of a layer of crispy wafer and a thin layer of cake topped with chocoalte mousse. Similar to the other desserts, the mousse was quite light but had a nice bittersweet flavour. I absolutely adored the wafer crust, which was sweet and had a fantastic crispy texture.

While I haven’t tried any of the drinks at La Cuisson, their pastries are quite well-made and ideal for those who don’t like overly-sweet desserts. Personally, I do find the prices for their pastries to be a bit on the higher side. Otherwise, this seems to be a pretty decent option for some drinks and lighter desserts.

Summary
Food: 4/5
Price: 3/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Mango Mousse, Royal Chocolate Cake
La Cuisson Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

41 Noodle & Rice Pot House

After getting a bit of a stomachache from stuffing myself earlier this week, I’ve been trying to eat a bit lighter (don’t worry, this phase is definitely not going to last). As such, I decided to check out 41 Noodle & Rice Pot today, which has apparently replaced Bubble Waffle Cafe. They have a good selection of Asian/HK style food, including noodles, soups, rice and snacks. I decided to get their Deep Fried Chicken Nuggets w/Rice (because yes, I do consider chicken nuggets to be “light).

Deep Fried Chicken Nuggets w/ Rice ($12.00):

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Deep Fried Chicken Nuggets w/ Rice


3.5/5
The set came with chicken nuggets, rice, and some bok choy. On the menu it states that the dish is supposed to come with soup, but it appears that they have forgotten to bring mine as I didn’t receive any. I didn’t mind though since I don’t really care that much for soup anyways. There was a decent amount of chicken nuggets, which had a nice, light and crispy batter. It was not particularly meaty however, with the pieces being more batter than meat. It was also quite salty; when eaten together with the rice, it was quite good, but it would probably be a bit too salty if eaten alone as a snack.

On a return visit, I decided to get one of their Rice Pots. I picked the one with Pork Belly & Salted Duck Egg.

Rice Pot w/ Pork Belly & Salted Duck Egg ($11.75):

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Rice Pot w/ Pork Belly & Salted Duck Egg

4/5

Soup:


On this occasion I did actually receive my soup, which consisted of a pork bone broth with two large pieces of daikon. It tasted fine, but I don’t feel like I’ve missed out much when I didn’t receive it during the last time.

Rice Pot:


The rice pot was topped with thin slices of steamed pork belly and half a salted duck egg. Now, the pork belly wasn’t what I had expected it to be; being Shanghainese I was imagining large, thick pieces of fatty pork with skin that’s been braised in soy sauce. Instead, I received thin, skinless slices of steamed pork belly. Expectations aside however, the meat was still quite tasty, albeit a tad tough and chewy; I do wish that there was a bit more of it however (I’m a complete carnivore/meatatarian). The duck egg was very salty (as it is supposed to be), with a lovely, oily yolk. The rice on the edges were nicely toasted, and had a wonderful crispy texture, and tasted fantastic when mixed in with some of their sweet soy sauce that they have on their table.

Although my current attempt at eating slightly lighter meals is certianly not going to last long, I’ve quite enjoyed my visits to 41 Noodle & Rice Pot House. Their prices are reasonable, and the service is quite efficient with friendly staff members (who fortunately do speak Mandarin in additition to Cantonese so I don’t end up looking stupid and dumb when they try to talk to me in Chinese). Overall, this is a pretty good place for some casual HK food.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 3.5/5
Service: 4/5
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Rice Pots
41 Noodle & Rice Pot House Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Passion8

I’m not the biggest fan of Asian-style desserts. I don’t hate them per se, but I’m going to take a lucious, rich chocolate cake over some sticky rice or red bean soup any day of the week. However, it does seem that Asian places are stepping up their dessert game and incorporating a lot of Western elements into their cakes and pastries. One such place is Passion8. I decided to check out that cafe this week. Now, I know that they are best known for their frozen desserts like shaved ice, but I found myself instantly drawn to the beautiful, lucious cakes that they had on display. They had four varieties available when I arrived, so I decided to get a slice of each one.

Matcha Cheesecake ($4.95):


3.5/5
This is more of an Asian-style cheesecake, and is more lighter and fluffier than the New York types of cheesecakes. Although I do personally prefer the latter over the former, I did quite enjoy this cake for what it is. It was quite fluffly, albeit a tad bit dry, and mildly sweet with a subtle hint of green tea flavour. A good option for those who don’t like overly sweet desserts.

Gateau Choco Cake ($6.75):


2.5/5
The cake itself was quite moist and mildly sweet. I didn’t really care too much for the frosting however; I found it to be kind of stiff and a little gummy. Oddly, although it certainly looks very chocolatey, I seriously couldn’t detect too much cocoa flavour at all; in fact, if I was blind-folded, I probably wouldn’t have been able to tell that it was a chocolate cake. It also had a slightly stale flavour. Overall, I did find this to be kind of a disappointment.

Valrhona Cheese Cake ($4.95):


4/5
Like the matcha version, the cake here was soft, fluffy and light. It was mildly sweet, slightly tangy and had a good, distinct chocolate flavour that was missing in the Gateau Choco. Even though I wasn’t the biggest fan of Asian-style cheesecakes, I actually really liked this one.

Red Velvet Cake ($6.75):


4/5
The cake was soft and moist, and had a really nice tang. They were relatively conservative with the cream cheese frosting; as such the cake was not as rich as the versions that I’ve had in the past. Nevertheless, it was still quite tasty, and a good option for those looking for something a bit lighter.

So with the exception of the Gateau Choco, I quite enjoyed the cakes at Passion8. While they haven’t exactly changed my mind on Asian-style desserts (I still prefer the Western style), I’m quite open now to check out more Asian-style bakeries/cafes. I do find the prices for their layer cakes to be a bit high though considering that the slices are relatively small. This won’t be a place that I’d frequent often, but it is a good option for those who want/prefer lighter cakes.

Summary:
Food: 3.5/5
Price: 3/5
Service: N/A
Overall: 3.5/5
Recommendations: Cheesecakes, Red Velvet Cake (they also have a tiramisu shaved ice that everyone seems to rave about)

Passion8 Dessert Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato