amazing cookies with very exotic flavours. but a pretty penny though. ad they allow sampling tins make wonderful gifts.
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They call themselves cookie museum which I do not know why since this is not a museum but a very small shop. They certainly spend a lot of time copying traditional type of art to make attractive cookie jars but I do not know why...More
I probably expected more "American" cookies which is of course my fault. It's more like tea cookies. I didn't read anything about the store. I just saw "cookie" and had to go find this place. The cookies are good. They have different flavors, but they...More
was chilling at this place to kill some time. Tea and dessert was great, small portion though. ambience was awesome and service was impeccable!
The flagship store moved from its original location at the Esplanade Mall to Marina Square. This brand also has two smaller retail outlets at Raffles City and Takashimaya respectively. Decorated to the grand Victorian theme, it appears to be just another cookie shop until my...More
Whenever I will with a friend from overseas, I will always buy a tin of their famous cookies for them to bring back so that they can bring home something unique and different. Although they are expensive but it something that they remember Singapore and...More
With Max Brenner and Loola's very close by, this is an ambitious undertaking. Service is great, but in other things this place is lacking. Its a bit overpriced for the tiny cookies and the tea that they serve. The space also has a weird style...almost...More
Right beside the lower entrance of the Esplanade Mall, you'll find a little Victorian-like tea room. There are only a few tables where they serve a variety of teas. But the real reason to visit is to get some cookies. They have a bunch of...More
Have a wonderful experience with fabulous flavoured teas served by the staff in the style of a Chinese tea ceremony with a choice of tiny yummy cookies. And then take some away with you.