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Gluttony is a food market featuring local F&B entrepreneurs while
showcasing Singapore’s local arts talents through their film and music. Their purpose
is to act as a breakthrough opportunity for local food entrepreneurs, film
makers and musicians.
Mrs Cupcakes were great to start with. Their
speciality was their ice cream cupcakes. Their good mix of ice cream and
cupcake base made it really worthwhile. A recommended flavour is the Red Velvet
Ice Cream cupcake. The cream cheese and red velvet base cake was a treat!
As for the normal cupcakes, the cake case is not
just a normal vanilla base as with others. If they tell you it’s a banana
walnut cupcake, the sponge is banana walnut. We tried the banana rum butterscotch
and the pandan kaya coconut. Pleasantly good and unique.
Be prepared to pay a little more for these, but we
are sure that you will find it worthwhile.
To be fair, we had the macaroons after the
cupcakes. The sweetness of the macaroons could be overly sweet. We loved the
texture and the flavours of the macaroons. One of the fleshiest macaroons we
have had, they are available in sweet or savoury flavours. A few flavours to
try are their green tea, champagne macaroons and blueberry creamcheese. To the
daring few, try their bak kwa, chicken floss and mango chicken macaroons.
One additional thing to note is their macaroon
buffet. The layout is really nice and you can check more of this on their
To be fair, Yummy Viet's stall food tasting took place at a point where the rain poured down and caused
problems to our food tasting. We had to takeaway some of their food to taste
instead. Of their large selection of popular Vietnamese food we tasted their Fresh
springrolls and Fried springrolls.
Albeit the food were freshly prepared by authenthic
Vietnamese, we found the thick skin of the springrolls tipped the balance on
the tasty meat on the inside. We will however do a more detailed food tasting
in the future at their restaurants and bring to you their wonderful selection of
This bunch of ladies were incredible in their
passion towards the food they prepare. Found nestled in Changi Business Park,
it is amazing how much meat they put into their sandwiches. To top it off the
bread used was also very tasty and fresh! The sandwich is so good. So good.
Soooo good! Sauce. Bread. Meat. Freshness. Enough said. We would travel to have their sandwich!
This couple definitely have some creativity and
quality at hand. The “Witch Fingers” were surprisingly realistic for this Halloween
party. This baked parmesan cheese has a tad bit heavy handed in the amount of
cheese in the recipe but would be a great party opener. Their Crispy Pork Belly
were indeed crispy. The meat could be slightly saltier however would be a
healthier option for those with lower tolerance to their blood pressures.
The last on our tasting spree, the novelty of this
product was the flavoured bear pawed buns. The buns are imported from Taiwan directly
by the owner and the meat freshly deep fried to a golden crisp. The buns were
steamed to perfection and the flavours to choose from is wide enough that we
are sure you would find one to your liking. Recommended flavour is the milk
bun. The brown sugar bun might not be for everyone.
Innovative and creatively juicy!
We would like to thank the organisers of Le Gluttony for organising this food tasting and all the vendor owners for their kind time in explaining their food and the motivation for starting up. Foodprints wish them all the best in their endeavour in chasing their passion!