High Society Cafe/Restaurant

When I was at Marina Bay Sands, I chanced upon this most charming looking place. I was instantly mesmerised by the glass cake display. Row upon row of delightfully colourful cupcakes and cakes! It was quite hard to tear my eyes away and I just had to take out my camera to capture it all. The cakes look so pretty, it’s just so hard to say NO and walk off! Walk away we did when I first saw it in the afternoon, but I succumbed and went back again in the evening! As with all pretty things, I had to know if it was really as good as it looked.

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High Society - Pretty Cupcakes!! (2)

Isn’t that so pretty? Cake porn

High Society - Pretty Cupcakes!!

A love so beautiful….such aptly named cupcakes!

High Society - Pretty Cupcakes!! (4)

Who designs these stuff?

High Society - Pretty Cupcakes!! (3)

9 different cupcake flavours, $6 each

High Society - Decadent Chocolate Cake

The cakes go for $9 while the cupcakes go for $6. We tried the chocolate cake. It’s mostly mousse with a hard biscuit layer at the bottom. I have to say, Canele’s version is better, and cheaper. If you like mousse, you may go for this at High Society, but if you are like me, and want a cake that is a bit more solid (ie with at least a cake layer in it), go for Canele’s instead.

High Society - Cafe Latte and Hot Chocolate

The latte was average and if I am not wrong, cost $7. The hot chocolate was a TOTAL DISASTER. Never mind that it was not rich and creamy. The hot chocolate did not taste of chocolate at all! It had a weird burnt tea flavour, and if you’d had me blindfolded, I would never have guessed it was hot chocolate. It was that bad. The staff were kind enough to make me another cup, in case there was something wrong with the 1st cup, but no, it was the same bad taste. I really wonder what sort of chocolate they use? I asked the staff and they said they used a chocolate syrup. I’ve never come across a hot chocolate made like this before!

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High Society serves meals as well as desserts and drinks. I would like to come back to try some of the dishes on their menu. The prices are pretty affordable with main courses going around $15 – $30. But no way am I going to order another hot chocolate from there again, and it wasn’t cheap either for a hot chocolate! I do recommend that you go gawk at the cake display if you are in the vicinity!

High Society Cafe/Restaurant

Marina Bay Sands Shoppes

Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

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13 Responses to “High Society Cafe/Restaurant”

  1. bookjunkie says:

    Oh my…the frosting on those chocolate cupcakes!

  2. Dot says:

    the cupcakes are SO pretty, but pretty pricey at $6 each!! Oh High Society does look amazing though, so chi-chi! 😀

    • 365days2play says:

      Ya $6 is ex, but then again, everything at Marina Bay Sands is expensive! I bet all the ladies out there can’t resist going into High Society just to check it out at least once!

  3. Steph says:

    This place looks like an absolutely delightful gem! expensive but i must visit it sometime soon! 🙂 thanks for intro.

    • 365days2play says:

      Hi Steph, thanks for stopping by my blog! It does look delightful doesn’t it? I only hope they will improve on their hot chocolate coz that was really terrible! Looking forward to reading your post if you do go there 🙂

  4. rong says:

    I tried the food dishes before. The portions and taste are disappointing. The desserts do look very eye-appealing though.

  5. Missyglutton says:

    I just went to this place for dessert.
    I think it is regretfully that they do not have better services.
    I thought their service staff at their CD shop were so much better.

  6. Claudia Chia says:

    Check out my review here: http://www.coffeeluvs.blogspot.com/2012/05/high-society-at-marina-bay-sands.html#links

    Did you pay for the distilled water? So ridiculous!!

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