You can now enjoy Chateraise cakes in the new sit-down cafe in Toa Payoh

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    Chateraise Toa Payoh

    Are you still tapow-ing cakes from the Chateraise shops home to enjoy? Well, with the opening of the new Chateraise café in Toa Payoh, you can now kick back and enjoy these delectable Japanese cakes and other sweets in a nice café setting with some tea or coffee.

    You may be familiar with the Japanese cake shop from the Yamanashi prefecture as they have been popping up everywhere here, including Chinatown Point, West Gate Mall, Serangoon NEX and Ang Mo Kio. With such delectable desserts and reasonable prices, it’s no wonder Chateraise is popping up everywhere.

    Did we mention that the dessert options are dizzying? Here’s what we recommend if you can’t decide.

    If you’re a fan of Green Tea, the Matcha Bombe Cake ($4.70) is a must try! This not-too-sweet cake is rich in Uji Matcha flavour and contains red bean fresh cream with Marron glace.

    Match Bombe Cake - Chateraise

    White Zebar Caramel ($4.50) is one Chateraise’s bestsellers. It’s made of 18 layers of milk crepes with heavy cream made with fresh milk, butter and honey. Drooling already?

    white zebar milk crepe - Chateraise

    This too-cute-to-eat Happy Little Bear cake ($4.70) has a mild chocolatey taste and will surely bring a smile to your face!

    Happy Little Bear - Chateraise

    Images from Chateraise Facebook page.

    Chateraise

    Châteraisé Café Singapore
    Blk 490, Toa Payoh Lorong 6, #01-15, Singapore 310490
    Opening Hours: 9:00am – 9:30pm Daily

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