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#B1-49, Raffles City 252 North Bridge Road Singapore 179103
 
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Listing created by Nicole Lee on November 08, 2013    

Cookie Museum has a fine reputation for excellent cookies and her handmade cookies have earned her a vote of Singapore's Best Cookies. The Cookie Museum has moved out from Esplanade Mall, and will be relocating to Marina Square in November 2014

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Opening Hours:
11am to 9pm
Avg Price:
$20-30
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The Cookie Museum @ Marina Square (Opening in Nov 2014)
6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-280
Marina Square Shopping Mall
Singapore 039594
Operating Hours: 11am – 9pm
Contact No.: 6333 1965 / 6749 7496

The Cookie Museum @ Takashimaya
391 Orchard Road, #B209-3
Takashimaya (Singapore) Shopping Centre
Singapore 238873
Operating Hours: 10am – 9pm
Contact No.: 6749 7496
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Insane cost for average food

The Cookie Museum store in Esplanade looked pretty interesting and the well set up tables and chairs somehow attracted and me and I thought "why not?" So I decided to go in with my friend for some cookies and tea.

I wish I had saw the prices of the cookies before greedily ordering heaps of it because I ended up paying a whopping $37. Who pays $37 for cookies? Especially not when you're buying it for yourself! It tasted pretty good but it's a little hard to enjoy knowing that you just spent so much money on them.

The tea was rather decently priced which I appreciated, but then again, it wasn't that great. It tasted like normal "tea-bag" tea and I failed to show much appreciation for it.

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highly addictive cookies

I passed by the Cookie Museum in Takashimaya recently and tried some of them. The cookies look very unusual, as they're very small and flat, perhaps the size of my thumbnail. I could hardly taste it before it was gone! Seems like I'll have to eat five at a time for a more satisfying crunch.

However, the small size of the cookies highlights their exceptionally intense, buttery flavour. That tiny bit left me craving for so much more! Unfortunately when I looked around the place for a huge bag to bring home and devour in peace, I was greeted over and over again by humble amounts of cookies packaged in fancy glass jars and pretty tin boxes - frills that I didn't want and was not willing to pay a premium for.

The cookies are so delicious, they don't need such fancy packaging to make them even more appealing and expensive. I hope they'll rethink their packaging to make it easier and slightly more affordable for those buying for their own consumption, and not as gifts.

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OH MY COOOOKIES

Before I tried their cookies, i thought "how in the world good can cookies be???????"

Then after I tasted just a little of the cookies, I was a convert. Oh . My. God. I could eat their cookies all day errr-day. The cookies practically melted in my mouth, their taste still lingering in my mouth after its last remnants slid down my throat. I was desperately craving for more more and more.

Another plus point would be that they have absolutely pretty packaging, ideal for gifting during festive seasons. Heck it, I would get the cookies just based on their packaging.

That's it, time to nom on some cookies now.

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