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Sweet Charity

Red Velvet Chocolate Cake from Epicurious

October 2011 is Sweet Charity Month!

Have (or takeaway) any one of the irresistible signature desserts from the list of establishments listed below, and $5 will be donated to the NUH Kids’ Heart Fund. Make a booking through Chope and Chope will donate an additional $1. Sounds like a “tough” way to do some good work, eh? 🙂

This cause is of course very close to our hearts, so to speak. Congenital heart conditions can be critical and life-threatening, but can also be absolutely treatable with amazing results, and Abacus is testimony to the amazing work that they do over at NUH. But not all families can afford treatment and the Heart Fund subsidises treatment for those who need financial assistance.

So shimmy on down to one of these fabulous establishments and start chowing down on some serious desserts. You can even take away. And everyone has room for desserts. It’s win-win, mon ami! Guess that diet will just have to wait till November 🙂

Get your fix at:
– Traditional Basque Cake with Various Fillings
The Dining Room at Tanjong Beach Club – Honey & Tea Parfait
The Disgruntled Chef – Sticky Toffee Pudding with Vanilla Ice-Cream
Epicurious – Red Velvet Chocolate Cake
Gattopardo – Strawberry Romanoff
Loof – The Gummiberry
OverEasy Bar and Diner – Donut Balls with Warm Chocolate Fondue
P.S. Café at Ann Siang Hill Park – Toffee Nutty Carrot Cake
P.S. Cafe at Harding – Chocolate Chip Carrot Cake
P.S. Café at Palais
– Orangey Carrot Cake
P.S. Café at Paragon – Blueberry Carrot Cake
Torte – Banana Chocolate Torte Muffins
The White Rabbit – Crepes Suzette Flambeed Tableside with Grand Marnier

p.s. You can also make donations directly to the Heart Fund, details can be found on the Chope website.


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