The gooey-licious caramelized milk jam burst out from the crepe when you try to slice into half and it could be easily mistaken to be molten chocolate lava. But nope, this was BETTER. The candied orange ice cream melted beyond recognition and became a pool of mess but no one complained :)
For something classic and good, the Torta de Chocolate ($14) is the molten chocolate lava cake baked in a jar. The version here shone above the rest with its intense bitterness and the chilly pineapple sorbet was a refreshing change to the usual creamy vanilla.
The Creme Caramel that everyone is raving about was only available on certain days. So we had to switch to Profiteroles $12, which thankfully had three crispy and airy domes sheltering coffee ice cream, sitted above an uncommon rectangular biscuit base.
It would be a loss to visit Sur without trying its signature Aljafores ($7), a traditional shortbread sandwich filled with the condensed milk jam. This was the PERFECT melt-in-your mouth cookie that justify the hefty price.
Another surprise find was the Millefeuille $7 as many of those sold in Singapore are soggy. The layers were miraculously crispy despite being so thin and in contact with the vanilla diplomat cream (not custard).
In conclusion, I recommend going straight for their main courses (eg. the chicken & the fish) and the desserts as they are more than sufficient to fill up the hungry stomachs of 4 pax. All desserts were wonderful but I would like to have the Alfajores and the Flamed Dulce Le Che Crepes if I could choose as they are not available elsewhere. Bring your loved ones here for a great treat and you won't regret.
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Sur Nuevo Latino Kitchen
13 North Canal Rd #01-01
Tue - Fri: 11:30 am - 2:30 pm, 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Sat: 5:30 pm - 11:30 pm
Sun: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm