Chocolatea is a home-based bakery with pistachio and goma desserts 

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Many popular bakeries start out as home-based businesses—just take a look at Park Backerei and Flourcrafts Patisserie. In the spirit of supporting small local businesses, we introduce Chocolatea, a humble home-based bakery that specialises in pistachio, matcha, goma, and hojicha desserts. 

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The menu changes from time to time. This time around, Chocolatea has rolled out goma and pistachio desserts. Their Triple Pistachio Cupcake ($8.50) caught our attention—you get a substantial amount of pistachio-infused chantilly cream and pistachio praline stuffed in a pistachio sponge cake. There’s also the Triple Pistachio Tart ($14) and Pistachio Fat Mud ($6.50) if you can’t get enough of the nut! The latter is essentially a pistachio madeleine filled with even more pistachio praline. 

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Moving on to goma-themed desserts, their Goma Roll Cake ($13) presents a huge roll of goma sponge cake packed with goma chantilly cream, and topped with even more black sesame paste and crumble. 

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Another scene-stealer is their Goma Tart ($13), which features a crispy pastry crust with black sesame filling, topped with three dollops of goma cream. This will surely be your cup of tea if you’re partial to black sesame desserts.

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Previously, Chocolatea offered bakes such as Matcha Kinako Tart ($13), Genmaicha Roll Cake ($13), and Seasalt Hojicha Blackout Brownie (price TBD). Currently, the next bake sale takes place on 2 September 2023, so be sure to get your hands on these pretty desserts before it comes to a close! Do check their Instagram page for more updates.

You can collect your bakes at Sengkang East from 11am to 9pm, or opt for delivery with a top-up of $14.

If you’re a huge fan of desserts, check out NOWAFTER Cafe for Korean-inspired desserts, such as their Charcoal Bun and Matcha Basque Cheesecake. Alternatively, read our Dough review to see what we thought of their azuki mochi danish and more.

Chocolatea is not a halal-certified eatery.

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