Food Blog: Foodieah – a dessert lover and you haven’t yet tried Gobi, you must!

November 27, 2014

http://www.foodieah.com/2009/03/gobi-fantasy.html I have been buying cakes regularly from Gobi since they first opened. Their laboratory is in Katong Mall and you can also collect from there, although they now only accept orders either by phone or from their main outlet at “The Central”. Their cakes are definitely unique, top exclusive creations. I have been eating their “Chocolate Therapy” for about 2 years and I am still not bored with it….

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Food Blog: Renze – I like buying their Petites as gifts

November 27, 2014

Gobi Desserts June 30, 2010 by Renzze Gobi desserts are my little indulgences. Consider them as small perk-me-ups through my long days. I like buying them as gifts for family and friends too because most of the girls I know seem to have a relatively sweet tooth. Recently a friend bought me a whole box of macaroons and immediately finished them up! My favorite one is the rose macaroon. Though the dark…

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Food Blog: Taryn – I can highly recommend the macarons from Gobi

November 27, 2014

Singapore Life #20 – Gobi Macarons October 04, 2013 by Taryn eating out, macarons, reviews, sweet 0 Comment On our last holiday to Melbourne before we moved over here, I dragged poor Key along while I stalked little alleys in the back streets of the Melbourne CBD to get some macarons that had come highly recommended by my macaron loving best friend. I remember moaning to Key that they would…

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Food Blog: foodolicious – Gobi Desserts is a nice hang out place in the East on a lazy Sunday afternoon

November 27, 2014

A food blog of course. For any enquiries, you can get me at Foodolicious@hotmail.com. Gobi Desserts Gobi Desserts 350 Joo Chiat Road Poire WIlliam is their Creme brulee with pear. The creme brulee was smooth while the pear was poached well, soft and slightly sweet. However I thought the glazed caramel was a little too thick and not as brittle as I thought it should be. Also, I like poached pear…

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Food Blog: Simple Happiness – Simply the best afternoon tea for us.

November 27, 2014

GOBI Cakes Singapore Simple afternoon tea and desserts. GOBI fantasy set consist of:- (1)Dark Angel : pure chocolate heavenly embedded in moist rich chocolate cake (2)Smell the Roses : violet meringues on lavender infused cream top (3)Sweet Something : pink macaron encase fresh strawberries & cream (4)Opera : almond joconde, coffee cream & dark chocolate ganache (5)Loveboat : Almond cream with chestnut paste and mini macarons (6)Cupid : cheese mousse…

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Food Blog: the Food Chapter – 10 flavors of Macaroons

November 27, 2014

http://thefoodchapter.blogspot.sg/2013/08/gobi-desserts-joo-chiat-road.html Gobi Desserts @ Joo Chiat Road Stress must have been the main driving force of this purchase. I know Gobi for its platter of desserts that make choosing the most difficult job on earth – I hate having to face of box of sweet nothings and falter at the deciding moment.Also part of their mind boggling delicious looking treats are macarons.One box of. Colourful pops of sugar. I think…

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Food Blog: their desserts are just astonishing

November 27, 2014

Heavenly Gobi Soufflé Gobi! A name that can be mistaken for a desert in Mongolia instead of desserts. Gobi come into my attention when Rubbish Eat Rubbish Grow vouched that they served the best soufflé in Singapore. During my recent visit to the Lawn, I tried the cakes that was sourced from Gobi and it tasted nice Therefore, as the opportunity presented itself, we decided to give this place a…

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Food Blog: Eat Gaze Love – I have fallen in love with Gobi.

November 27, 2014

Gobi In Cafes on November 14, 2010 at 11:00 am I have fallen in love with Gobi. I do admit that it’s taken me this long to realize just how amazingly gorgeous the desserts are but I’m glad that I’ve rediscovered this gem and now am madly in love! Gobi is actually one of the pioneers of artisan gourmet desserts here in Singapore, as I remember having some of their…

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Food Blog: Dr. Leslie Tay – petit creations are something quite unique

November 27, 2014

Gobi Desserts: Still as Petit Dr Leslie Tay Like my Facebook page to get my latest food finds and recipes! Posted on: November 18, 2010 Macaroon Snowman Can’t believe how time flies. I first wrote about Gobi Dessert back in 2007, since then, they have opened a store at Central where they were for 3 years and now they are back in the Katong area in a shophouse in Joo Chiat!…

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Food Blog: The Dessert Prince – I think they have one the best souffles in Singapore or at least on eastern side of town.

November 27, 2014

Gobi Desserts Joo Chiat Singapore August 7, 2014 thedessertprince Leave a comment Four five years ago, my country didn’t have a lot of cafes to boast like where it is now. Much less talk about fancy desserts like gelato, macarons and creme brulee. Those were only found in the menus of expensive restaurants and I simply could not afford back in my (secondary) schooling days. Blame it on my parents…

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