Takashimaya B2 Food Hall never disappoint with their numerous food events all over the year. From 24 October to 6 November, under the theme “Delightful Mix” this area will be filled with a variety of desserts, sweets and snacks from many different brands and stores in Singapore.
Notable Booths include:
- DON Pie
With its flagship store in One Raffles Place, DON Pie specialise in baking and serves their signature hand-made pies, cakes and pastries.
Their signature chicken pie comes in 4 sizes: Family ($21.90), Personal ($6.90), Canape ($1.50) and puff ($2.40). Other notable pies include the shepherd’s chicken pie and the black pepper chicken pie (both are also in 4 sizes).
- Fairy Floss
Appearing in many pop up stores in Singapore, Fairy Floss is here to delight you with their beautiful rainbow unicorn snacks. Silky-soft unicorn floss wrapped in a slice of savory soft crepe, their Candyfloss Burrito is a concept that is originated from Thailand. Other notable snacks include the Fairypuff and Fairysmores.
- Cat & the Fiddle
Cat & the Fiddle is the first online specialist cheesecake store in Singapore, offering 15 flavours of premium cheesecake made by dessert chef Daniel Tay. At this pop-up store, you can create your own cake by choosing 10 different flavours of slice cake!
Ollella specialises in making beautiful choux pastries and mini macarons. Their main store is at 3 Petain Rd, Residences@Somme #01-01.
At this pop-up store, they offer their pastries at special prices:
Mini Macarons are at 1piece – $1.50, 6piece – $8.00 and 6piece + macaron box – $12.00.
Mini Choux are at 3piece – $10.00, 9piece – $25.00, 25piece – $75.00.
- Sande Patisserie
Sande Patisserie bakes premium cookies, pineapple tart balls, chilled tarts and cakes. With their main store located in BLK 431, Yishun Ave 1, #01-03, they bake the cookies upon order. Delivery service is also available subjected to a minimum purchase amount. Visit their website for more information.
Serves contemporary Asian food such as filled steam buns and crispy chickens. Beside the number of delicious flavours that these steam buns has, their signature flavour is the Szechuan Smoked Duck ($5.00), which taste pretty good with the hoisin and plum sauce. Their main store is located at 907 East Coast Road, #01-03 Springvale, which serves an extensive Halal menu.
If you want some luxurious hand-made fine chocolate, this is the booth you should visit. They offer a selection of uniquely flavoured chocolates in various bitesized shapes, halloween lollipops and treat bags, and you can even customise your own chocolate bar.
Out of all the tasty treats and desserts, there is one small booth by Bazuka yakibuta – offers Roasted meat Donburi and Chirashi Bento.
Come down now to Takashimaya B2 Food Hall for some tantalising dessert treats!
391 Orchard Rd
Ngee Ann City, Takashimaya B2 Food hall
Monday 24 October 2016 – Sunday 06 November 2016
Directions: Alight at Orchard MRT Station (red line NS22) and exit at Exit D towards Wisma Atria B1 (do not exit to Ion Orchard). Walk through Wisma Atria all the way through to Ngee Ann City. Continue until you reach Takashimaya department store and the open square to the right. Enter the department store, and continue until you see the escalators after all the kitchenwares. Take the escalator down to the B2 Food Hall.