Amanda Reviews: 4/5 stars for this hidden gem

October 20, 2016

  Amanda H. Singapore 27 friends 32 reviews Elite ’16 5/8/2016 2 check-ins   Gobi Desserts is a cute Little shop on Joo Chiat Road. I have walked by the place over 100 times and always glanced at their cute white decor. Today I finally walked in. It’s a very cute cozy neighborhood cafe. Better know for their sweets but I tried a chicken wrap and ice lemon tea. It…


Wani Reviews Gobi: The Perfect Match, more than just cakes

October 6, 2016

Wani | Wani’s  intense love for food drives her to search for the hidden gem in Singapore. Love the lifestyle with relentless fervor.  We found  Gobi Desserts a hidden Gem in the midst of endless rows of pet stores, restaurants and automotive shops. Its cosy and welcoming, with its fruit enzyme machines at the café’s window front. For our tasting, we chose a classic Americano, an Iced Mocha and a Cappuccino. We had to go for one…


Oldie but goodie

March 17, 2016

Every now and then our fans surface an old foodie blog. We closed Suntec down due to lack of manpower and a couple of missed turns in our management decisions. Gobi is still going strong in its Joo Chiat central kitchen after 6 years rebuilding back the basics that made Gobi great. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 2010 Gobi @ Suntec GOBI, known for their petite desserts, have finally opened an outlet…


Google Reviews: 5 star for Gobi Singapore Joo Chiat outlet

March 15, 2016

Google Page review: Jyoti Ahuja Delicious cheese cake..had late in the evening but still the cake was fresh..delightful dessert.. Jun 8, 2016 Deanne Koh Unlike other cafes, they are not fanciful. But what I like is their sincere staff and awesome dessert. Be prepared to wait and you will get to enjoy one of the best soufflé you can find in SG. Jun 7, 2016 Reuben Conceicao Small cafe…


Review-Hungrygowhere: Out of this world souffles

November 9, 2015 13 hrs · Some of the most out-of-this-world ‪#‎souffles‬ and ‪#‎cheesecakes‬ from this hole-in-the-wall shop called Gobi Desserts. If their cakes look and taste familiar, its because they supply desserts to many of the hipster cafes around Singapore. Read about them in our ‪#‎foodguide‬ to ‪#‎JooChiatRoad‬: ‪#‎joochiat‬ ‪#‎gobidesserts‬   一些从这个小店里的一个地方,是很难找到所谓的戈壁甜品最神奇的蛋奶酥和芝士蛋糕的。这个小小的不起眼的小店供应甜点周围众多新加坡最好的咖啡馆。没有多少peoe知道这一点,他们不告诉别人。他们几乎没有做任何广告,人们了解他们通过朋友介绍。 阅读关于他们在我们的#foodguide到#JooChiatRoad: #joochiat#gobidesserts   見つけるのは非常に困難である場所にゴビデザートと呼ばれるこの小さなお店からの最も素晴らしいスフレとチーズケーキの一部。シンガポール周りの最高のカフェの多くにこの小さな謙虚ショップ供給デザート。多くないpeoeはこのことを知っているし、彼らが人々を教えていません。彼らは、ほとんど任意の広告を行うことなく、人々が友人を介してそれらを知っています。 #のJooChiatRoadに私達の#1 foodguideでそれらについての記事を読む: #joochiat#gobidesserts   찾기가 매우 어려운 곳에서 고비 디저트라는이 작은 가게에서 가장…


The Best Coffee Liqueur Tiramisu in Singapore

Gobi is like the quiet Rocky Balboa. Knocking out one opponent after another. After 10 years, Gobi may be one of the best Tiramisu Liqueur maker in country. We’ve beaten many suppliers, one account at a time. Once we get the account, it’s going to be hard to beat us. Our coffee liqueur is mix is subtle and flavorful. We also make the sponge so light that it taste like…

August 22, 2015

Gobi’s Apple Crumble

June 22, 2015

What is the difference between an Apple Cobble, Apple Crispy Pie and Apple Crumble? Many of us are usually too busy spooning up the next bite to care what it’s called. These 3 rustic desserts that won’t win any beauty contests but OMG they taste so good. Cobbler, Crisp and Crumble are cooked the same way with the differences on the top layer. Cobblers uses biscuit topping on the apple mix. The biscuit is laid in small rounds, giving it the appearance of…


Foodblog: SecretLifeofFatBacks – Pineapple Fruit Enzyme Pound Cake

April 19, 2015

Gobi Desserts, 350 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore Pineapple pound cake with a shot of orange pear fruit enzyme. You get to choose if you want to heat up the pineapple pound cake, and I tried both the warm and normal versions. The truth of the matter is that the cake itself is irrelevant in this exercise – it’s entirely about the fruit enzyme, which tastes like a dead ringer for sake…


Foodblog: SecretLifeofFatBacks – the Crimson Poire William

April 19, 2015 350 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore Gobi Dessert’s signature Poire William – pear soaked in red dragonfruit fruit enzyme and baked with crème brulee. Whilst the red dragonfruit fruit enzyme (the naturally occurring alcoholic substance that I had previously raved about) is not as natural at donning Kylie disco hotpants, drunken headbops and inappropriate grinding at Butter Factory compared to the skankier orange-pear fruit enzyme, the crème brulee was still…