The thought of tarts is so tantalising and the tarts from Tart Blanc will tease your tastebuds. Did you notice all my Ts? My terrible (ha!) writing aside, the tarts here are really, truly well thought-out. Each of the tarts have tons of components and it’s really a work of art. They’re priced from $7 – $7.50, which is very reasonable if you consider all the effort put into them. They always have quite a lot of promotions going on, so look out for them! For now, they have a buy 3 get 1 free promotion, whether you eat in or takeaway.
Don’t they look so pretty together?! My friend’s having a Cucumber Mint tea served an adorable/ functional tea infuser lol.
THIS WAS MY FAVOURITE. We were told this was a Halloween/ Thanksgiving special but they brought it back because it was so popular. And for VERY GOOD REASON. It’s amazingggg and one of the best pumpkin desserts I’ve had to date. Need. More.
Cassis Poached Honeydew Tart ($7.50). Orange almond streusel, mascarpone mousse, slices of cassis poached honeydew. Like a lighter cousin of American cheesecakes, with the delicate taste of flowers!
Blueberry Lavender Chocolate Tart ($7.50). Lavender chocolate ganache, blueberry jam, lavender honey soaked joconde and blueberry mousse. Quite heavily perfumed by the lavender, but as you have more of it, the lavender fades quite nicely into the background. This one got more enjoyable as you had more of it.
Pumpkin Crack Tart ($7.50). This one? Delicious from start to end. Brown sugar custard, toasted pecans, pumpkin cream, topped with candied pecans. Doesn’t this look like a teepee? I love that deep, rich orange pumpkin; so appetising. That pumpkin cream must be the most amazing I’ve had – terribly smooth and bursting with the sweetness of pumpkins. And pairing it with that brown sugar custard gave it another dimension of roasted/ toasty kind of sweetness. I don’t want to share this one!
[Note: The last time I went back, the Pumpkin tart is gone…. till next year!! Oh well.]
Pistachio Chocolate Tart ($7.50). Pistachio frangipane, pistachio chocolate feuilletine, chocolate mousse and chocolate glaze. Thick, dark chocolate, paired with something nutty and crunchy.. what’s not to like?
Blood Orange Matcha Tart ($7.50). Their best seller, but wasn’t the best to me. The orange mousse itself and the glaze were awesome, sweet, citrusy and acidic all at once, with the flavour of the glaze being slightly more intense. The matcha and jivara cremeux didn’t really shine through for me, but the jivara hidden in the middle was a treat on its own.
The place is very white and very tiny, but it’s cosy enough to sit and have a tart. I also like how quiet and posh-nosh Millenia Walk seems to be… should go walk around and explore it more some time.
Please drop by! These are desserts worth spending your money on. Photo credits to my friend’s fab iPhone 6 hehehe.
9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-102
Open daily from 10.30am – 9.30pm