This is part two of Sweet Cravings (read part one here). In this sweet search, Tania brings our attention to more yummy things that can be found in Resorts World Sentosa. Watch out, as these are places where adults miraculously transform into overgrown kiddoes ;)
With flavours like Cotton Candy, White & Black Sesame, as well as alcoholic numbers such as Black Forest, Dark Cherries & Merlot and Lychee Martini, the second outlet of Seventh Heaven in Resorts World Sentosa is receiving rave reviews (flagship outlet is at Raeburn Park).
The interior of the café-like eatery is decked out in vines, murals of sunflowers and potted plants to bring the outdoor garden theme indoor.
Tucked away on the first floor of the Forum, I like how Seventh Heaven is away from the bustle and hustle of the resort's main activity hub. Take a breather and savour the hot waffles and brownies, and perhaps if I may recommend the Apples & Chardonnay for a fruity yet slightly tart bite to newbies trying an alcoholic ice-cream for the first time.
The next time you're in Universal Studios Singapore, make sure to stop by the Studio Snacks food cart parked on Hollywood Boulevard which sells pretzel, chicken pie, and more importantly, my favourite churros. The combination of simple ingredients like flour, water, butter and eggs belies the goodness of this pastry which is my definition of comfort food.
What's so special about fried dough sprinkled with sugar, you ask. Well firstly, it is freshly made, and you can also choose between the cinnamon-flavoured churros or chocolate filled churros. Can you imagine viscous chocolate oozing out of it? I'm sure I don't need to say more... Yum!
The first in Singapore, Candylicious expands its reign into this region after its flagship store in Dubai. Standing at 9,000 square feet, it's a haven for candy lovers, where you'll find aisles after aisles of mind-boggling flavoured jelly beans and lollies of all forms, shapes and sizes! Control the kids when they enter the store, especially the "manic driving" with the baby-size shopping carts at the entrance. My three-year-old daughter had heaps of fun loading her cart with lollipops aplenty!
With more than 80 percent of sweets new to the local market (including Madelaine Chocolates, Rock Candy from Squire Boone Village, Messori Italian Cones, Peeps Marshmallow and Hot Tamales from Peeps & Co'), even I was bedazzled. But make sure to inspect your cart before checking out, you can never trust those nifty little fingers!
This series is prepared by our very own foodie lady, Tania H. She provides suggestions about where you can go for special occasions.. And some insider tips too.
Tania's previous posts for this series were suggestions for Power Lunches (Part 1; Part 2).
For more dining options, please check out rwsentosa.com.