Clarke Quay Central – Chilling at Coffee Club

The mere mention of the word Clarke Quay send many fond memories flashing back to me. The days when I was still serving my National Service (a year back), my dad used to bring the family over to Clarke Quay to dine. I love going to Clarke Quay Central not only because it houses my restaurants but also the mall itself is bright, vibrant and spacious. Window shopping leisurely in there made me feel so relax and carefree, unlike many other shopping malls which are so cramp and suffocating! Although my family patronize Tung Lok Signatures most frequently, we also did try many of the other food establishments in there! A family of foodies! Anyway, I decided to post about Coffee Club since it was one of my favorite place to chill, and partly due to this being a dessert blog. I went to dig out my Coffee Club pictures that I had neglected to blog about due to my laziness. (The ‘Cravecraze’ logo was actually my previous blog’s name). Enjoy and carry on drooling over these lovely dessert pictures I had selected to post about!     
To me, Clarke Quay would be a perfect chill out place over the weekends. One suitable location would be
the Coffee Club outlet. The bright chic setting as well as the huge variety from the menu attracted me to

chill in there.  

The first dessert that came into my mind when I thought of Coffee Club was their popular Mud Pie. The
nutty one above which came in a massive slab could easily be shared among a group of friends. The gooey
sweetness from the caramel easily gave me a sugar rush while the button-size macadamia nuts provided a
crunch. I really love to sit close to the window to enjoy the partial view of Singapore River as well as to
‘spy’ on ants size people below.  

Not wanting to have any desserts? You could get a glass of  icy beverage to chill as well.

The menu have a whole range of different desserts to choose from! How about a walk along the Singapore
river after your meal, although I know the water ..erm…just a bit polluted… The night life around Singapore

River is always super happening too!

Boom! Guess which dessert this is? Any ideas?

Don’t feel like having any complicated plated desserts? The typical Blueberry Bounce (cheesecake) would
definitely suit you. Cloyingly cheesy with blueberries!

Glorious presentation! I love breaking down/dismantling such plated dessert ; enjoy
the process as it really helped to slow down my eating pace, giving me a break from
all the hustle and bustle of the current stressful lifestyle. Relax, chill, enjoy!

Another example of a dessert that brought out the slowness in me!


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