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(1) The Yuzu Raspberry Cake uses raspberries from Serbia and yuzu from Japan.

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(2) The Foret Noir, Nesuto's version of the black forest cake.

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(3) Alicia Wong, the talented head chef at Nesuto.

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(4) The Blush Berry has raspberry compote and strawberry mousse.

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(1) Death by Chocolate, one of the five types of affogatos at The Affogato Bar.

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(2) Ice cream and lava cookie, the winning pairing at Creamery Boutique Ice Creams.

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(3) Have a Choc-a-lot lava cookie topped with matcha ice cream.

Sweet Surrender

Forget eggs benedict and avocado toast. Resistance is futile at these new dessert cafes.
Jun 24, 2017 5:50 AM

Nesuto
53 Tras Street, Opening hours: Mon to Sat: 12pm to 9.30pm, Sun: 12pm to 5pm

DANIEL Tan and Eileen Leow started out selling Japanese rolled omelettes and choux puffs. But when their pastry chef Alicia Wong's puffs began selling as fast as she could make them,

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