It is another cafe hopping afternoon for A and I, but this time round, it’s a little different!
Eat Plat Love at Aliwal Street is a newly added distributor for The Tiramisu Hero’s desserts!
Before I yak about The Tiramisu Hero again, here’s a little virtual tour around the cafe.
It is a craft cafe where both children and adults can head down for a leisurely afternoon and get in touch with your creativity.
I love the decor of Eat Play Love – the colours and old school tidbits makes me feel very at home.
I was there on a Saturday and it was really packed!
I think it was partly because it’s June Holidays now too and all the kids have more spare time
and probably bugging their parents to bring them out. :p
There is a small fee for children to use the craft corner,
but the cafe also supplies some materials so it’s as good as paying for some cute sequins, macaroni and glitter etc!
There is also an adult craft corner where you can purchase the parts to create your own jewellery.
The tools and everything else you need is also provided.
As you can probably see by now, we have our Sir Antonio decals all over the cafe! Heh!
We are very happy to be able to serve our tiramisu in such an adorable cafe like Eat Play Love.
The owners Jessica, Gail and her hubby were really nice and friendly people too.
Especially Jessica who so selflessly shared her thoughts about starting up a cafe
and all the nitty gritty things that we need to take note of. Awesome priceless advice!
“Thank you, Jessica!”
How do you like Sir Antonio in Eat Play Love? :p
As some of you might have already known, The Tiramisu Hero now serves more than just the original and strawberry flavour.
Eat Play Love is our first distributor to carry all non-alcoholic tiramisu and also other flavours like Milo and Horlicks.
You can find our bestseller MommaHero (retailing at $7.50) here,
the NonnaHero (retailing at $17.50) and MiniHero at $3.50 each.
If you’re looking at having a proper meal at Eat Play Love, they also serve yummy thai and western food.
Very reasonably priced! 🙂
If you want to check Eat Play Love out, here are some information for you.
I would recommend you to go during the weekdays because the crowd on Saturdays is really quite mind blowing.
(And a lot a lot of kids!)
But if you want to bring your children there, I think Saturday would be quite fun for a child. :p
It was a busy busy day for me that day.
After installing all the decals in Eat Play Love, we headed over to JEM and checked out the new shop TOT!
It’s just a small space but I’m really surprised by the array of cult brands they have in there.
Not the typical Gucci, Chanel kind of labels but cooler ones like SUPER, Matthew, Glossi and Feb 31st.
We were also at the opening of i.t Store at Wisma Atria!
A was thrilled to know that Izzue is finally in Singapore! :p
It was quite crowded in there with a lot of familiar faces all around and felt like a big gathering,
but we only managed to take a picture with Peter.
So happy to know that his music school has shifted to somewhere really near our upcoming cafe! 🙂
Before I go, just one more OOTD shot I took yesterday.
We met up with another potential distributor and we are really excited about it
because it’s gonna be something slightly different this time round.
We will also be meeting a sponsor for laminates and vinyl flooring for our new cafe
and we really feel so so blessed and fortunate to have the support of so many people and companies out there.
I really hope (not hope but I will MAKE SURE) that the cafe is going to be a blast and everybody,
including all of my sponsors, will be super happy to be on The Tiramisu Hero project with us! 😀
We still need a couple of other sponsors and I will be working my ass off to reach out to more people.
Wish us good luck!