It’s been a while since I had a favourite patisserie. Special shout out to Edith Patisserie, where their cakes are unique, delicious, and most importantly, affordable.
The Melon Shortcake was my second time purchasing from them. My first order was the Pandan Coconut Gula Melaka cake ($43+) which was for Father’s Day and my family was impressed!
Their Melon Shortcake was even better! Moist, light and not too creamy. What I liked was that their cakes’ design are simple yet it gives off an atas vibe. This cake has an orange gradient blend all around, totally chio!
Some of their flavours include Yuzu Matcha, Raspberry Passionfruit, Matcha Dark Chocolate, Lychee Rose. How can you refrain yourself from trying their flavours?!
If you’re trying to surprise that special someone, Edith Patisserie offers customised 3D cakes as well!
And somehow, they’re really a bunch of super talented and creative bakers. Just look at this super chio floral cake.
They also take pride in educating customers on keeping their cakes in tip top condition before consumption. For example, I was instructed not to put the Pandan Coconut Gula Melaka cake in the fridge an hour before eating as the cake would be too hard and crack. For the Melon Shortcake, I was told to keep it in the fridge all the way until consumption. Little details like that really matters.
Edith Patisserie is located along North Bridge Road, making self collection a little bit of a bummer because parking is really limited and the streets around the area can be chaotic at times. So best to go in pairs, someone can guard the car along the alleys while the other quickly collects the cake.
p/s: I just visited their website and I couldn’t find the Melon Shortcake on their menu anymore! Edith Patisserie, bring it back please!
772 North Bridge Road, S(198740)
+65 6443 7150
Tuesdays to Saturdays – 10am to 5pm
Sundays – 10am to 2pm
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