Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen St, B1-08/09, Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817
Opening Hours: Daily 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Official Website: latelier-tiramisu.com
L’Atelier TiramiSu, Clarke Quay Central, Singapore
If you’re a tiramisu lover like me, no doubt, L’Atelier TiramiSu is heaven for you. A lot of locals have been saying the L’Atelier TiramiSu serves the best, authentic Italian Tiramisu in the island. That’s enough for me to give it a try.
I like that L’Atelier TiramiSu serves a wide range of flavors from its popular Classico and Pistachio, to unique ones like Lychee, Earl Grey and Lavender, Matcha and my personal favorite, Brulee. I regretted coming later during the day to grab a slice; most of the flavors were already sold out by closing hour. And so, I recommend you to come here early to get the best of the rest: Classico.
That said, Brulee was phenomenal. I love the strong coffee liqueur flavors that added another depth to the usual coffee and cream taste. I don’t have any point of comparison so you’re going to have to use your imagination.
I was a little disappointed with their Pistachio, which received rave reviews on Google Maps. I thought the slice lacked coffee flavors and for a dessert and coffee shop run by a local Italian, it was a let down. But still, I liked the generous crushed pistachio on top. But IMO, it wasn’t the best in Singapore. io Italian Osteria won my vote when it came to Pistachio.
Earl Grey and Lavender was fair. It smelled strong in tea flavor, so tea lovers will love this flavor. I liked the crunchy bits, and it reminded me of an ice cream waffle cone ground to bits.
A slice costs roughly between $8-$9.50. It’s definitely pricey by Singapore standards.
Overall, L’Atelier TiramiSu is a definite must try for anyone with a sweet tooth looking to cap a long day. For those craving for a tiramisu cake, if Clarke Quay is out of the way for you, I would recommend Henri Charpentier for a more accessible treat.