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Pie Tart Heaven


My first day back in SG was all walking and pigging out. I don't complain about the walking though, because we reward ourselves with foodtrips such as the one we had in Fruits Paradise.


I was expecting fruit shakes and desserts with lots of fruits so I had a really big smile when I saw these....


Now let me tempt you further...





Drooling already? :)

Here are our orders:

Caramel Banana
Strawberry Mango


Sarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrap! ;)

CARPE DIEM!
I'm out.

Comments

docgelo said…
WOW! tingin pa lang dyan, langit na! sarap! i am green in envy! =)
kayni said…
wow, i want some. share naman.
arvic said…
sarap naman! dalin mo ko diyan ha dear.. hehe :)
witsandnuts said…
Tart heaven nga! Are you still in SG? I saw your tweets. It sounds like a very solemn wedding. =)
Photo Cache said…
that's my kind of place. i like the things you ordered. which was was better tasting?
oh tukso, layuan mo ako!
Cza said…
@docgelo - ang sarap nga tlaga!!!

@kayni - haha! let's go to SG. :)

@arvic - next time dear, let's go. :D

@witsandnuts - i want to learn how to make pies. ;D and yes the wedding was great.

@photocache - the caramel banana was pretty good. the other one was heavenly though. :D

@photocache - titig pa bilis.. ;D
Travel vacation said…
a good place that can increase the inspiration for all of us ..
thank you for this excellent info, I would like to visit there.
beautiful, beautiful, interesting ... that's no good at these places .. I like that.
Healthy Live said…
I like it, and I'm sure everyone would like to place this good, I was eager to visit it for the sake of my family happy.
Thank you for everything you have shown to us, you will definitely experience I use to soon come and visit this nice place.
Technology said…
very good, the quality of the natural beauty of incredible ..
bobby said…
really beautiful and very fitting for my soon to visit.
heaven! i'd love to try the caramel banana...

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