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A Metamorphosis of Afternoon Tea…

A playful science laboratory themed afternoon tea, where imagination and taste sensation are combined in artful designs and entertaining dishes. Read more...

Tucked away in the south-eastern suburbs of Singapore, lies the quirky but elegant cafe FFL – Fresh Fruits Lab.

Fresh Fruits Lab provide a playful science laboratory themed afternoon tea, where imagination and taste sensation are combined in artful designs and entertaining dishes. The fundamental fruit ingredient is present in each course, offering a dining experience like no other.

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The bright and whimsical decor and colouful design of the Fresh Fruits Lab, gives this cafe a cheerful and lively feel. Scientific apparatus of beakers and test tubes resembles the science laboratory back at school! ( Now that was a long time ago 😉 )

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Complimentary fruit juice is served in test tubes. Herbal tea is provided in beakers and an interesting light globe glass holds a refreshing fruit soda drink.

 

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Afternoon tea consists of two courses, a savoury and a sweet!

The Savoury course is served first on an elegant black stone plate, displaying amazing  plating design. Each small portion incorporates the fruit theme and tastes delicious. The combination of these flavours are well executed.

Our savoury course consisted of:

  • Bacon wrapped asparagus bruschetta
  • Grilled watermelon with yuzu sauce
  • Shrimp fruits cocktail
  • Smoked duck tortilla roll.

 

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If you are a sweet tooth, then the sweet course will be an absolute delight. Amongst the tripod is an artistic showcase of decadence to satisfy any desertoholic!

Included in the sweet selection are:

  • Cake pop
  • Vanilla macaroon
  • Salted caramel lave cake
  • Passionfruit jelly
  • Tropical fruits with shortbread drenched in exotic puree ( made of mango, banana, passionfruit and lime)
  • Test tube condiments of chocolate rice krispies, marshmellows and three sauces ( mango, raspberry and chocolate)

 

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So if you are ever in Singapore be sure to check out FFL and let yourself be dazzled and delighted by this Exclusive Afternoon Tea! “Everybody lets Fruit Loose!”

 

Fresh Fruits Lab

Afternoon Tea $38 SGD for 2 people. Tuesday- Friday 3pm – 5pm.

ADDRESS:
351 Changi Road
Lor Marzuki
Singapore 419818

Click here to go to Fresh Fruits Lab website.

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66 comments on “A Metamorphosis of Afternoon Tea…

  1. Looks amazing – and I must compliment you on your photographs. Not everyone would realise how difficult it is to take good food photographs. I’ve tried, but haven’t nailed it yet. Well done.

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  2. Really – you used an I-Phone. That’s even more amazing!

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    • Haha… thank you. I see a lot of amazing pictures out there shot on professional cameras and wonder if it would be worth investing in. I think the iPhone is pretty good though. Maybe if my daughter continues with her keen interest in photography I can invest in one then! Have a great week Chris. 😊

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  3. Wow! I didn’t even know such a café exists.

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  4. What a creative idea for a cafe (and a post!) Must say it all looks and sounds incredibly appealing. Great photos Lorelle.

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  5. I wish I could visit that funky place! I love those kind of places. Amazing post ❤ and pictures, Lorelle!

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  6. Very interesting cafe, looks like a sweet lab for scientists! It would be interesting to see what type of customer “likes” this scientific approach to tea/sweets. Thanks for sharing, great photos captured your visit! 🙂

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  7. Oh my! That is worth breaking the bank and jumping o the next flight out of Paris to Singapore just to try …. breathtaking and I speak as an English girl and as we know afternoon tea is our thing 😉 xx

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  8. This looks great. Afternoon tea is one of my favourite things to do. Never had one quite like this though!

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  9. It looks so cute!

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  10. The fruity lab sounds delightful. The idea of having a place where you can play around with fruits and flavours, textures and test tubes, is so cool — without having to smell the rotten stink of sulphuric acid (here my disastrous days in the chemistry lab in high school come flitting back). Now after having written this, I wonder if it sounds too stream of consciousness!

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  11. Certainly different 🙂 I have a niece who would love this place 🙂

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  12. I love creative and playful interpretations of the classic staples. Especially if it doesn’t disappoint in terms of taste as well. Looks so much fun! xx

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  13. What a fun thing to do – love all the science stuff!!

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  14. very scientific tea 🙂 what a fun!

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  15. Love the afternoon tea! Yummy treats to devour! Who can resist that? Enjoyed reading your blogpost and the photos of the delicious food in their unique scientific containers 😉

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  16. This looks lovely & so quirky! What a find!

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  17. I love the look of this place Lorelle and your photos capture it all so well. A must do next time I’m in Singapore.

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  18. Wow! That place looks great! Wish there was one here in the States!

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  19. I’m more of a traditionalist when it comes to afternoon tea – but this could make me change my mind!

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  20. Wow this place looks amazing! If only I wasn’t sooooo far away.

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  21. Wow this looks so interesting, I have never seen anything like that and the food looks fresh, healthy and delicious.

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  22. What a fun idea for a restaurant! And the colors of the food are so appetizing. I will have to remember this if I ever visit Singapore!

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  23. What a new and fun way to drink tea and enjoy a meal out with friends =o) Sounds like a great place and the food looks delicious xx

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  24. I’m absolutely awful at science but I would take another stab at it for this tea!! I love how creative they are with everything- I think my favourite part is the syringe of chocolate for the strawberry!!! While I do love my traditional teas, I enjoy when restaurants go out of their way to provide you with a unique experience and entertain you. And that’s a fantastic price!

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  26. It looks so amazing!! I have to go there someday!

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  27. Love the periodic table of fruits.

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  28. What an exciting place! Must definitely check it out! Older Daughter would love it: so unique and beautifully presented!

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