Angie The ChoiceHot
1 Jelebu Road
# 01-18 Bukit Panjang Plaza
10 Sinaran Drive
# 01-17 Square 2
302 Tiong Bahru Road
# B1-25 Tiong Bahru Plaza
2 Tampines Central 5
# B1-20 Century Square
30 Sembawang Drive
# 01-37 Sun Plaza
Angie The Choice (ATC) is a specialty confectionary selling premium cakes and pastries. It offers a wide range of sponge cakes, fresh cream cakes and snacks to cater for all special occasions and daily needs. At ATC, premium cake flour, fresh cream and high-grade low cholesterol eggs are used. To ensure freshness, their products are kept at cool temperatures and delivered only in refrigerated trucks. There are over 100 designs to choose from for occasions such as birthdays, weddings and Christmas and do customization of cake designs at a nominal price. There are outlets available at various areas in Singapore.
There was one hiccup though, they did not manage to create my cake for me on time this year, and after several complaints my family made, they finally did give in and gave us vouchers. It was upsetting, to not be able to eat my favourite cake during my birthday but I do understand, when you have your birthday on New Year, there's bound to be scenarios like this.
Their attitude to the issue was really bad though, making me reconsider ordering next year's cake from them.
Other than the sponge cakes, one of my birthday cakes was from Angie The Choice. It was a durian cake, that was surprisingly good. It was creamy, rich in durian flavour and not too sweet. I really love it. I've tried many durian cakes from different cake shops, but the one from Angie The Choice suits my taste the best.
Many may not know about Angie The Choice, but I certainly put it in my list as one of my favourite cake shops in Singapore.
I hate cream and their cream was the slightly salty kinds, if you know what I mean. One thing I always look forward to is their $1 packs where they pack all the left overs into this bag and sell it at $1. If you are a cake lover, no matter what kind of cake it is, then get it! It may not be the best tasting one because as I said, it's a bit dry and the flavours are slightly artificial but come on! It's only $1!
I adored so many things from them. I love having my birthday cakes here, I love bringing their croissant to school for breakfast, I love everything about this place. Even thinking about this place gives me a happy glow.
I remember the aunties would fuss over what a big fan of their pastries I was and give me the fresher batch or bigger slices. The whole place was so cheery and smiley, how can I ever forget the memories of this place.
Unfortunately they have since shrunk from their original size and are now left with limited branches. So buy and sustain them so they'll stay forever.
Their cream cakes are absolutely heavenly, so much so that being a patron of fine pastries myself, I rate them at the same level as Rive Gauche's cakes! I mean it. Angie's always guarantees freshness and quality. The softness of the sponge and the layers of filling that Angie's has in their cakes is all fresh and creamy.
Not once have I been disappointed by them. Be it any flavour, I know I can trust Angie The Choice to have my order ready ahead of time and fresh from the oven.
My sister doesn't like yam but even she's all up for their yam cake. Price range is also acceptable and value for money! Make sure to try it out when you visit them!
I love their mango and durian crepes. I’m not a mango-lover but not a durian-lover, but I’m totally in love with their durian crepe, but it is really expensive. When I was young, I don’t know the price of one crepe, so I treat them as “meals”, I remember I had three crepes as my lunch, and from that onwards, my mother is not willing to buy those crepes for me.
The prices at Angie's are extremely reasonable, about the same as neighbourhood confectioneries. The quality however, is much better than those from the neighbourhood. If Angie The Choice could reopen outlets in the East, sentimental me will definitely head there for birthday cakes.
Besides their ice-cream cakes, I do get their durian cakes occasionally to snack on. I really like the durian used in the cake. Very nice and strong-smelling, just how I like it to be. The cake has some cream on it but that's fine with it because I love whipped cream! The other cakes that I see seem to be laden with cream though so stay away if you are unfriendly towards creams! Prices are generally priced comfortably so anyone can easily afford it.
Aside from the ice cream cakes, they also sell normal birthday cakes. I did try them and to my dismay, they are very sweet and too creamy. Some of the creams could be too thick and you might want to get rid of the cream first before tasting the cake. However, the good thing is normal cake could be easily decorated so there are plenty of pretty options for you to choose from, unlike the ice cream cake that could be quite complicated to be decorated.
As for the pastries, I would not recommend them. They don't really taste nice, some are too sweet and not well balanced. You could seek for alternative from other pastry shops.