Fortunately, Dawn Cake, a pastry company renowned for its pineapple cakes, acquired the building and preserved Miyahara's original red-brick walls and archway. The interior decor was redesigned like Hogwarts in the movie Harry Potter. The water well in the middle of the building is redecorated into a modern-looking fundraising box made of glass.
Visitors to Miyahara are not only recommended to appreciate the details of the historic architecture but also try Dawn Cake’s signature ice cream, bubble tea and pastries wrapped in nostalgic packings!
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U felt like a cocoon please done 2nd floorWe actually wanted to eat the bun shop across the street but we were too early after much effort we convinced them to allow us just to have drinks everyone else had to have lunch .. pleasant place to...
Dessert paradise...at a priceIt was the hot day that drove us to Miyahara. Aesthetically, the place didn't disappoint. The Hogwarts-like deco of the shop was eye-pleasing and the array of chocolate, cookies and other goodies...
priced adequately contrary to what others saymiyahara and the nearby fourth trade union cooperative are owned by the same group who owns dawn cakes. Its an old building and smartly converted into a huge ice cream parlor that looks like a...
Place for dessertsPlace for waffles and ice creams. Huge selection of flavours but it's a bit pricy. Ntd90 for a single scoop.
Amazing ice creamBe blown away by their flavours! Not exactly too costly (as compared to other ice cream palours in Singapore). And, I’ll recommend that 2 pax to share a big sundae waffle cup. It’s too huge!
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