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Japanese-Style Cake Shop Kki Sweets Opens Cool New Restaurant With No Signboard

So cool, the 24-seater has no cake display or pictures of its sweets on the menu.

Japanese-Style Cake Shop Kki Sweets Opens Cool New Restaurant With No Signboard

Fans of nine-year-old-brand Kki Sweets, rejoice! The purveyors of ethereally light Japanese-style mousse cakes and entremets (fancy French layered desserts) are back with a beautiful new space along Seah Street. In this latest incarnation, owners Kenneth Seah (also head pastry chef here), 48, and Delphine Liau, 43, have traded in their glass cake showcases for a long communal table and a glass-doored kitchen. In other words, they are no longer a cake shop, but a full-service dessert restaurant.

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