Review: SL II Muffin (Singapore)



Bukit Timah Food Centre Golden Mile Food Centre Hong Lim Food Centre Tanjong Pagar Plaza Food Centre Singapore

SL II Muffin

is a rather popular bakery chain store specialising in muffins and tarts.


Blueberry Muffin

This blueberry muffin seems to be a popular choice with the crowd and I just had to try it for myself. It is a sweet and soft muffin that is stuffed with nice amount of blueberry jam. Nice tastes of blueberries. Quite likeable.

Cheese Muffin

The cheese muffin on the other hand is quite a letdown. The usual soft and sweet tasting muffin with minute amounts of cheese toppings that are baked crispy. Nice crispy textured top but I can’t taste the cheese at all. It is probably the sweetness overpowering any hints of cheesy flavours. Can pass on this.

Banana Walnut Muffin

The banana walnut muffin is yet another crowd favourite. Soft and sweet tasting muffin with crunchy walnut bits and mild tastes of banana at the top parts. Personally I think that it would have been much better if the whole muffin is banana flavoured with chunks of real bananas inside.

Walnut Muffin

Similarly to the banana walnut muffin, this walnut muffin has crunchy walnut toppings and a nice crispy top. Sweet and soft muffin. It is a little too sweet though. Less sweet would have made this much nicer.

Egg Tart

This egg tart has a nice thick cookie crust that is almost like eating a cookie biscuit. It has a watery gel like custard filling with nice flavours and isn’t overly sweet like some of their muffins. I like this.

Coconut Tart

This coconut tart similarly has a thick cookie type of crust. It is filled with fresh coconut shavings, lots of it and the insides of the coconut shavings filling is still moist! Lightly sweet tastes that doesn’t overpower the fresh tastes of coconut. Simply lovely! My 1 star goes to this.


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