Wunderfolks opens in Choa Chu Kang with IG-famous tarts
The West side of Singapore has gotten a lot cooler with the latest addition of Wunderfolks at Lot One! The homegrown business, known for their pretty dessert tarts, has opened their third outlet in the mall near Choa Chu Kang MRT Station.
Image credit: @wunderfolks
This news follows their Tampines Mall opening just last month. At Lot One’s takeaway kiosk, you can da bao Wunderfolks’ signature tarts, tiramisu boxes, as well as savoury pastries on display.
Each tart is priced at $8, but you can also grab a gift-worthy box of six at $42 to get the most bang for your buck. If you’re spoilt for choice, start with the Mixed Fruit Tart, a classic flavour that pairs a light vanilla custard with fresh fruits, atop a crisp shortcrust base.
Then there’s also the quintessential Lemon Meringue Tart, made with a refreshingly tangy lemon curd and torched meringue.
The Dark Chocolate flavour is another indulgent treat that combines dark chocolate ganache with a rich chocolatey middle, held by a chocolate crust.
Don’t forget to try their alcohol-free tiramisu boxes, which are great for sharing too. Choose from three flavours: Strawberry ($15), Biscoff ($12.80), and Original ($12.80). The cookie-laced Biscoff tiramisu is said to be a popular pick.
If you prefer something savoury, buy a box of pastries for brekkie or tea time. These buttery and flaky treats are baked fresh daily at Wunderfolks’ central kitchen in Geylang.
Options include the Truffle Mushroom Croissant ($6), Ham & Cheese Croissant ($6), and Garlic Brioche ($3), pictured above.
While you’re in Lot One, check out San.wich, a sandwich kiosk with colourful sandos under $4. Otherwise, if you’re up for pies instead, read our Elijah Pies review for delicious sweet and savoury pies in the CBD!
Address: 21 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4, B1-K18, Lot One, Singapore 689812
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9:30pm
Wunderfolks is not a halal-certified eatery.