Kki Sweets is a Japanese inspired patisserie that offers up delectable cakes & desserts. The place was previously situated at Ann Siang Hill, but have recently relocated to SOTA, School of the Arts. You’ll be able to find both Kki Sweets & its partner, The Little Drom Store at this new, much bigger location.
Kki Sweets is actually situated INSIDE SOTA, which came as a surprise to me when I found out that SOTA had more food establishments to offer. The area is somewhat secluded from the public as you would have to walk up the stairs leading into the school. (Which, unless you have a reason to, you probably would just walk past the school instead.)
The first thing that you would notice about Kki is how clean & sleek the place is. Perfection, that is what Kki Sweets is all about, a quality that also adheres to their desserts. The entire space seems be have Japanese inspired design elements, with light wooden furniture & shelves displaying Japanese ceramics. The design of the patisserie is kept very simple yet modern.
As mentioned earlier, Kki Sweets offers delectable Japanese inspired lil’ cakes. You can tell a lot of thought & effort went into each and every cake that they have, with a combination of unique flavours & lovely aesthetic shapes that differs from each other. They take pride in their desserts as well, with Delphine (co-owner of Kki), informing me to consume the cakes as soon as possible when served. (I mentioned that I was going to have a photography session with them first.) They do also offer some slight drink selections, however I did not manage to try any during my visit. Perhaps another time.
Prices for Kki’s cakes are actually quite high end, with each cake hovering around the 8 dollar mark. If you dine-in, there is a 10% service charge as well.
Worth A Visit/Revisit?
If you have not heard of Kki Sweets or tried them before, I definitely recommend you do, at least once. The cakes here are pretty perfect in every way, delectable taste, pretty face. The only bad taste that lingered in my mouth was the price. (You’ll probably be surprised when you see the size of the cakes in comparison.) Of course, one might argue that you’re paying for quality & that I can agree on. I would go back again to try other cakes, but perhaps I won’t be so crazy this time & only order one.