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Honeymoon Desserts To Complete Our Dinner

HONEYMOON... DESSERTS...

Oh  yeah, now I remember WHY we had to walk back from Orchard road back to our hotel in Stevens Road!  After our heavy dinner at Outback Steak House, we went in search for desserts and finally we decided to have that at Honeymoon Cafe or whatever it is called.  There was a wide selection and it took me some minutes to decide on which to go for....

All looks good to me... hmmm...



Finally these are the three types of desserts we ended up ordering ....
Three from near... 
Three from afar... 
These were satisfying... then... 
Yes, our desserts-looking faces before digging in...
That completed our dinner on our first night in Singapore.... 
That is the reason why we were more willing to walk back to the hotel!
LOL... 

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  2. The desserts are so attractive. So hard to decide which one to eat!

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  3. All looks good and fruits are supposed to be good for health!

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  4. Lol. Happy tummies, the best.

    So many desserts to choose from. I also don't know what to eat.

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  5. Looks very good and creamy! And makes everyone so happy!

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  6. Look like too healthy for my liking. LOL :D

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  7. I love the desserts shown here, especially those rich and creamy types

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  8. I could eat such delicious desserts as my meals. Nice!

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