Maccha House

From cakes to puddings, ice-creams to tiramisus, Maccha House (抹茶館) lovingly envisions all things dessert with an unmistakable green tea twist. Originally established in Kyoto, Japan, it has ventured abroad over the past decade, entering Hong Kong, Taiwan as well as Singapore - outlet no.3 opened at Paya Lebar Quarter this year, following two others at Orchard Central (since 2012) and Suntec City Mall (since 2014). Plethora of catechin infused afters being sold aside, Maccha House's menu also features assorted Donburi bowls, Ramen/Udon options along with Japanese pasta dishes.

Maccha House @ Paya Lebar Quarter

Maccha House @ Orchard Central

What knocked our socks off:

The Maccha Tiramisu (layered vanilla sponge cake ebbed against silky smooth mascarpone cream cheese, premium Morihan Uji matcha powder dusted on top) which came devised inside one petite, hollowed out wooden cube professed dreamy rich yet never overwhelmed; meanwhile some exotic bitter cavorting with sincerely saccharine underpinned the triple-stacked, chocolate chip stuffed Maccha Cheese Dorayaki (additionally glazed in Kuromitsu black syrup sauce and complemented by matcha-tinged vanilla soft serve) - suffice to say spirits were buoyed.

Maccha Cheese Dorayaki With Chocolate Chips & Chantilly Cream ($10.99) And Maccha Tiramisu ($6.99)

What didn't work out:

We didn't dig the Sizzling Maccha Brownie the least bit: vexingly rude, caliginous slab resembling a vivisection of Swamp Thing's ass cheeks fared only slightly better than regurgitated human bile tastewise. Separately, the rather generic Canapé Desserts platter summoned little satisfaction - boohoo in particular to that single wretchedly sour fruit tart and 'em chalky, bland as hell Nama chocolates.

Sizzling Maccha Brownie ($10.99)

Maccha House's Canapé Desserts ($10.99)

Other item(s) sampled but turned out to be non-event(s):

Maccha Shiratama Float Latte ($6.40)

Note: Prices subject to change without prior notice. Kindly clarify with restaurant before visiting or ordering.

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Score: 6.5/10



Orchard Central Suntec City Mall Paya Lebar Quarter
181 Orchard Road, 3 Temasek Boulevard, 10 Paya Lebar Road,
#B1-40 #B1-172 #02-20
Singapore 238896 Singapore 038983 Singapore 409057

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