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Patisserie Glace – Fine Japanese Pastries

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Rin Rin Cheese Tart

Rin Rin Cheese Tart

In the past year or so, there has been a sudden increase in the number of Japanese pastry and cake shops in Singapore. Patisserie Glace is one of them. Our favourite dessert from Patisserie Glace is the Rin Rin Cheese Tart. There are many flavours, including original, blueberry, caramel, chocolate, mango, earl grey, green tea etc. Our favourite is the Original flavour – just pure cheese tart with no extra fillings. Each tart sits on a cookie base. And the crunchy cookie base complements the creamy smooth texture of the cheese. The cheese tart is served iced cold, and because of that, the cheese isn’t too soft. With each bite, the cold hard cheese enters our mouth and melts immediately. The cheese tart isn’t too sweet, and we never get sick of eating them.

Patisserie Glace
12 Gopeng Steet, #01-33/34, Icon Village

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Written by foodphd

November 20, 2010 at 8:05 pm

Posted in Desserts

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  1. […] too easily. Perhaps cause they weren’t refrigerated, compared to the cheese tarts from Glace, the cheese tarts here were a far […]

  2. […] at $1.50 per piece, compared to Glace’s $3.00, it is no surprise that the standard differ far and […]

  3. […] bite into the tart revealed a generous serving of molten cheese. If Glace’s cheese tarts were chocolate cakes, it would make Ikada’s version a molten chocolate cakes. Ikada‘s […]

  4. […] New York Cheesecake ($5.80) had an icy cold texture, reminiscent of ice cheese tarts from Patisserie Glace. We liked the refreshing icy texture – cold, sticky and moist, with the evident cheesiness. […]


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