Hey guys! I hope you are having a wonderful day!
The weather today is so cozy, which makes it perfect for a relaxing cafe date. Nope, the weather is definitely not an excuse (Maybe).
Today I am sharing about my most favorite cafe to visit and what to order – St. Marc Cafe.
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This cafe has 4 outlets and is located at the following places – Raffles City, Vivo City, Marina Square and East Coast Parkway.
*Update: St. Marc Cafe has officially closed down their outlets at Raffles City, Vivo City and Marina Square. The only operating outlet is East Coast Parkway.*
Honestly, it takes awhile to reach those places because they are located near the town areas and the coastal area which is far away from where I live.
But for the sake of my beloved pastries, I put in a lot sweat and time to get my hands on those little heavens.
So worth it.
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Growing up, I am not the type of girl to like going to cafes because I thought that the only difference between cafes and other food places are just, well, the environment!
However, I do enjoy visiting cafes once in awhile to indulge in some warm and delicious pastries or to catch up with my friends.
A Cozy Date at St. Marc Cafe
St. Marc Cafe is one of my most favorite cafes in the whole of Singapore! Not only is quality food provided for its customers, it also provides a cozy and warm environment, a great option for people who likes to spend time just chilling out!
Here are some foods I would highly recommend you guys to try if you visit:
Chococro | $2.60
One of my favorites!
This is the best seller at the cafe, and the reason is simple – not only is the pastry flaky and crunchy, it also comes with warm chocolate which slowly ooze out in the middle when I bite into it!
The chococro also comes in different flavors such as Banana Coffee, Thai Milk Tea, Raspberry White Chocolate and Pink Peppercorn!
Butter Danish | $2.90
This is my personal favorite which I like to get when I visit.
Flaky on the outside, soft on the inside, the butter danish also provides a not too overly sweet sensation from the almonds and glaze on top in every bite. This pastry is one which I’ll always recommend to any of my friends!
Apart from this, it also has a Cinnamon Raisin version (which costs $3.50) as an option, perfect for warm cozy dates!
Little Fuji | $6.90
Ice cream seemingly represents the shape of Fuji mountain? No wonder this dessert is called “Little Fuji”!
Topped with vanilla ice cream soft serve and drizzled with warm caramel sauce, this dessert is definitely a must try for first-timers, although I haven’t tried it before myself.
This pastry is also recommended by many famous food bloggers like Daniel Food Diary here in Singapore! So I guess it really is a must try?
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And that’s a wrap!
Hopefully you have some ideas on what to order if you visit St. Marc Café one day. Personally, I will recommend the Little Danish. You have to give it a try no matter what!
What country are you from and what is your favorite café to visit? Let me know in the comments below!