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OMG it’s OMT! This was the reaction of many Boon Keng and Kallang residents when the circus sideshow of a Oh My Tian cafe popped its stripy tent up along Whampoa West, churning out a cavalcade of decorated cakes like the Kopi Kaya Cake, the Rainbow Sprinkles Cake, the Floral Passion Fruit Cake, and the Hua Mu Lan – these latter two in particular looking like edible stained glass windows from the workshops of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. For indeed, this unique Singapore cafe and dessert restaurant takes its inspiration from a variety of retro and alt. Subcultures – Victorian steampunk, 16th-century aesthetics, apparently, modern latte art, and that kind of Venice Beach freakshow/cabaret vibe that’s made corsets and top-hats acceptable as daily dress once again.
It’s okay, I don’t remember much about this place. Thanks...
ordered waffles with crunchy speculoos premium ice cream (that's the only interesting flavour) additional $1 and topped with espresso butterscotch sauce for additional 50 cents. Waffle is superb with the crisp and softness done just right! ice cream came with oreo crunch drizzled on top, not too bad either. the sauce is a lil disappointing as i expected more caffeine/butterscotch taste but it just tasted like caramel and it's too sweet after a few bites. friend ordered hot summer (fried buns with 2 scoops of ice cream - gula melaka, strawberry cheesecake). too sweet and gelard after a while too. ambience is ok, not too crowded and rowdy. decorations is so-so with only 1 table with carousel decoration.
special and tastes great. design of the cafe is nice and cosy. would like to try other dishes next time when i visit next time