Food Review: Churrosity

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A churro is a often referred to as a Spanish doughnut and after trying them in Sydney, finding good churros in Singapore is almost impossible. I guess you could say curiosity led me to Churrosity. Ha-ha.

Churrosity is a churros kiosk located in Holland Village. They make a shorter version of the normal churros and also offer bite-sized churros which come with one free topping, chocolate, honey, strawberry or dulce de leche (slow-heated, sweetened milk).

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Mini Churros – Large ($4.90) with separate chocolate topping (+$0.20)

Unfortunately, some food look better than they taste. The churro was not what I expected it to be at all. They were too thick and tasted more like a doughnut. Additionally, the churros had a chewy texture and more on the denser side. However, their chocolate sauce was decent and made a good dipping sauce.

To sum it up, Churrosity is not worth your curiosity. Pun intended.

Rating:
Food

4/10
Aesthetic
8.5/10
Price
8/10
Service
7/10

CHURROSITY
(Churros & Frappes)

241 Holland Avenue, #01-02 (Next to Crystal Jade), Singapore 278976
(Nearest train station: Holland Village)

Opening Hours:
Mon – Sat: 2.00pm – 11.00pm
Sunday: Closed

http://www.churrosity.com/

https://twitter.com/churrositysg

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