Marie and I were passing by and we saw this plate of cookies for free taste! (our weakness) so we took one cookie each and a kind and friendly lady approached us and began talking about the origins of the cookie and asked us to come in and have a look and the rest is history.
|From the outside|
|Marie and the menu|
|Matching but mismatched chairs|
They had over 400 flavors ever since they started 7 years ago but we just tried their best sellers:
1. Nasi Lemak- surprisingly good!! Nice pasalubong
2.Chicken Rice- comes with chili sauce
3. Watermelon (both chunky and wo chunks) - we both like the chunky one while i like both
4. Berry Lite - Marie likes this
5. Madeleine Rose - I like this
6. Arabian Mint - typical mint cookie
The staff explained that these were a very popular choice among the tourists, endorsed by the Singapore Tourism Board as one of Singapore best souvenir gifts.
|The wall of $40 cookie tins|
|@ $26.48 (tax inclusive)|
|Baileys, Tea or Marie?|
|Baileys, Tea or Me?|
|Marie and her apple T @ $14.12|
|Me and my english T with milk and sugar @$14.12|
So we took our time eating and listening to the adventures and travels of the Tea/Cookie specialists. Barbara had the pleasure of going to Venice to buy some of the masks on display here (no photo available), she told us that she even had to hand carry these because they are very fragile. She went to other parts of Europe just to buy different tea sets.! Cool job!!
We even over heard another Tea/Cookie Specialist that she went to Germany to visit a chocolate factory!! woot!! perks of her job!
|The bill! (must come back for the promo)|
|Marie Lee @ Cookie Museum|
|Ilene Kho @ Cookie Museum|
Fun and inspiring tea time at the Cookie Museum with Marie Lee
Here's their website!