What do you get when you combine traditional kuehs with a hip, modern setting? You get Cafe Confetti! Located a stone’s throw away from Tai Seng MRT, in Leong Huat Building, Cafe Confetti is the culmination of Confect.T’s recent rebrand and transition from online business to physical cafe.
With its marble and wood-themed furniture scattered around a pink-hued interior, traditional handmade fare may not be the first thing that comes to mind. There is a selection of French pastries available, though, and the space is pretty cozy and well-decorated with large leafy plants. And you can’t miss the larger-than-life, tropical-themed wall mural!
Cafe Confetti’s kuehs are mostly bite-sized, so you can indulge in a variety of them without the dreaded guilt of too much dessert. Go for the Pairing Set ($6) or Quartet Set ($10), which pairs a pre-selected range of bakes with hot beverages if you are spoilt for choice.
You can most certainly feel the love and dedication of Cafe Confetti’s dessert crew in these simple, yet tasty kuehs. They’re rotated on a daily basis, so no two days of kuehs are alike! My favourites are the Kueh Dalar and Baked Tapioca Kueh. Western-style mains like sandwiches and baked eggs are also available till 4pm.
Cafe Confetti is an ideal spot to unwind with your favourite local treats if you’re working in this industrial neighbourhood. Bengawan Solo who?
Address: 6 Harper Road, Leong Huat Building, 01-07A, Singapore 369674
Nearest MRT: Tai Seng CC11
Monday to Friday: 8.30am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Closed on Tuesday