Uggli Muffins - Perfect Imperfection! They browned the muffins in the oven to a rich, dark shade.the muffin has a crusty, caramelized top. Very Fragrant and Flavourful! A very unique muffin! Favourite of my many friends! Check it out when you are in Toa Payoh! ============================== Uggli Muffins 📍127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh 📍02-34 Singapore 310127 📞+65 9877 9020 🕛Tue - Sun: 10am to 2pm ============================== Blog: http://www.eatdreamlove.com ============================= Eatdreamlove made an anonymous visit and paid for the food reviewed ============================= #singapore #burpple
Eat
29w
Yummy Muffins A box for $12. Mixed flavours that the boss chose for us. Honestly the ugliest but the yummiest muffins! 🤤
Jasmine
1y
Review on (Oreo) Muffin ($1.20 ea) Date visited: 12/5/2018 (Sat, 10am) The sweet, buttery aroma of freshly baked cookies/ cakes wafted through the second floor of the hawker/ food centre and beckoned me ... I was full after my breakfast of (Teochew handmade) baos, but I just couldn't leave without trying at least one (uggli) muffin. I mean, that aroma... was simply irresistible! Yeah, the person manning the stall was almost in disbelief when he heard the order for 1 muffin. He had to double check. "One?!" "Yes, just one." I guess people there usually buy by the dozen(s) because 1) they are so cheap & 2) if you buy 10, you get two free. I chose the oreo (cookies) flavour. It tasted as good as it smelt. Heavenly. Next time, if I have people to share with, I will get at least one box!
Susana
1y
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3 Scopes And 2 Cones For $14.90 Craving for some ice cream after the shopping malls are closed and PB found this! Greedy me could not decide what to have so ordered a blue milk for him and the apiary and "we can" (whisky and pecan) for me! "No one has dropped it before so don't be the first" hahaha... was the response to my "will my double scope of ice cream drop" facial expression.. Will be back to try other flavours!
Slow
1w
Charcoal Waffles + 3 Scoops Ice Cream ($6 + $10) Apiary serves up some delicious looking flavours I really had a hard time deciding what I wanted even after sampling a handful of flavours. Decided to get some unique scoops instead of the more common flavours like chocolate or black sesame which are available at more ice cream parlours. Opted for these to be served on a charcoal waffle! The waffles took a few minutes to prepare but they were gorgeously crisp on the outside, and soft on the inside. They’re really dark black, unlike some charcoal waffles that tend to be grey. Topped with three colourful scoops of ice cream and chocolate sauce plus honey on the side, the waffles at Apiary sure make a pretty picture. Ice cream flavours: - Matcha (Hvala) Sucker for last scoops or portions, so when the staff said this was the last scoop we caved. Rich matcha flavour, not sure if this is just made from Hvala matcha powder or whether it is the same ice cream served at Hvala. Either way, this will satisfy matcha lovers as the matcha flavour is very prominent, and there’s even a bitter aftertaste. This flavour was replaced immediately after with houjicha. - The Apiary Almost everyone trying flavours asks the same question: what’s The Apiary? Turns out it’s a honey base with cacao nibs. It’s one of their signatures and popular flavours. A bit on the sweeter side, but quite nice with the waffles and matcha ice cream to balance it out. Also enjoyed the crunchy cacao nibs in the ice cream. - Blue Milk Another one of their popular flavours, the Blue Milk comes in a pretty pastel blue shade. Some might be turned off by the colour, but I thought it was nice. It’s quite a mild ice cream, but it goes well with the waffles. Compared to the ice cream at Creamier, the scoops at Apiary don’t melt as quickly. The waffles at Apiary are also a different style so it’s not that fair to compare them, but they are able to hold their own ground as they’re crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. I’m also really impressed with how dark their charcoal waffles are. However, I feel that Apiary doesn’t seem to offer as wide a selection of ice cream flavours as other ice cream parlours at any one time, and the flavours that we tried today, though good, weren’t delicious or unique enough to deserve a reorder. I didn’t see pistachio available, which was a bit disappointing. Still, I might be back to try their black sesame flavour with the brioche bun though, so hopefully that fares better.
Melissa
2w
Blue Milk & Caramelised Strawberry ($7.50) Swung by on Labour Day to reward ourselves in the sweltering heat! Decided to be adventurous and got the 'blue milk' and 'caramelised strawberry'. Blue milk is made up blue pea flower, milk and sea salt. It was very creamy and rich, and my tastebuds couldn't pinpoint what flavour did blue pea taste like! On the other hand, the strawberry flavour tasted very much like the one I had at Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm in Melbourne, and had a mixture of both sweet and salty 🙂
Sam
2w
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Molten Salted Egg Croissant HKD37 | Morning set consists of a sandwich/ croissant and tea/ coffee at HKD37! Had a go at their famous Molten Salted Egg York Lava Croissant and was slightly disappointed at how they didn’t heat up the croissant. Nonetheless, crust was still pretty crispy and the salted egg york fillings are creamy! Love how copious they are with the salted egg york fillings as every bite, I could taste it. Would have been better if it was served hot though!
Hiew
7w
👆🏻 YOU CAN NEVER REJECT A HAIRY CRAB CROISSANTWICH 🙋🏼 x caviar x pickled ginger [HKD130, SGD23.80]. #SorryNotSorry This might be the MOST decadent, lavish yet DELISH croissant I've come across 🤑 So glad that it was worth the price tag & 2nd trip down 🙏🏻😭 - someone had faster legs than me by 5 seconds & got the last piece 😩 Also found out that the reason for the common duo of ginger & hairy crab, as the latter is known to be "cooling". I absolutely adore ginger so it's a wonderful addition to the yummy roe that's 1:1 ratio to the crab meat hehehe 😋 TASTE: 10/5 spot-on perfection ✨ Hands down the best croissants I've had 😭😭😭Crust is crispy, buttery & peels off in multiple flaky layers ☺️ Come down early to avoid disappointment cos they only sell 10 of the hairy crab croissantwiches a day during the season! Besides liu sha croissant, they also sell others like 🍫 and peanut butter milk custard! AMBIENCE: 4/5 Location tucked under the Hysan Place mall at #CausewayBay. It's such pity that the bakery is a small takeaway at Jason's supermarket! Le Mum wanted a 🍰, but there were no seats. So they may have lost some customers for the lack of a proper cafe to enjoy their 🍞 & 🍰 😬 SERVICE: 4/5 Nice seeing the Chef meticulously assembling our sandwich & tending to our request of heating up the cold Liu sha croissant ☺️ however, staff was a bit reluctant to give extra tissues & cutlery ☹️
Andrea
2y
Lava Cheese Croissant, Molten Egg Yolk Custard Croissant, Ball Law Cowssant with French Butter, Almond Croissant The original liu sha (salted egg yolk custard) croissant from Hong Kong's Urban Bakery is my least favourite out of this bunch, and it already beats any I've had in Singapore hands down! If I had to rank these golden-skinned beauties, the Ball Law number would certainly emerge as pageant queen. Flaunting a crisp, mottled crust atop flaky, buttery folds with a luscious pat of beurre d'Isigny wedged in between, the amalgamation of familiar flavours and textures makes this po lo bao-croissant hybrid so easy to love. Traditionalists would be charmed by the classic Almond Croissant wearing a glossy glazed top littered with toasted nutty slivers, while those who prefer their pastries with a touch of savouriness must try the Lava Cheese – it really flows.
Rachel
3y
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had satay burger the other day after a looong time; satay sauce was still as tasty w a nice soft and fluffy bun. liked the flavour contrast of the sweet pineapple ring and the crunchy fresh vegetables that melded well tgt. however, i do think i’ve been spoilt by the impossible meat that the soy patty tasted a lil different now oops. nonetheless still a great meal ft seaweed fries too!!
Calida Aurelia Soh
1w
Smoky BBQ with Impossible Patty ($16) Veganburg Singapore recently hopped onboard the Impossible train! For any burger that you order, you can opt to swap out the regular patty with Impossible for an extra $5. 🙃💸 For those wondering, the Impossible patty is another meat analogue product made with heme. It hails all the way from California, and it made its way to our shores back in March. It seems unthinkable, but there is absolutely no meat in this, which may be disconcerting to those who were born not eating the stuff and have never known how it tastes like. 🤔 Rest assured though - while it does a solid job at mimicking a beef patty, there are still notable differences in the texture as well as the taste. The one thing that definitely separates it from a beef patty is the absence of the beefy-umami flavour. The fact that it barely misses the mark of perfect imitation though, is undeniably a letdown and may make meat-lovers frown. 😪 In addition, the Smoky BBQ burger (with Impossible Patty) had an overwhelming amount of vegannise…what’s up with that?! More BBQ sauce would’ve been nicer, period. 😩 (6.9/10)
Zul
2w
Burgers For Everyone! Tried the Hawaiian teriyaki burger [$10.80] and it had a really umami and creamy taste to it! The burger came with buns, lettuce, a slice of tomato, a grilled soy patty and the one ingredient that brought everything together- GRILLED PINEAPPLE! First time having pineapple in a burger and boy will I be adding grilled pineapples to all my burgers, it tasted really good and I would 💯 return. And having eaten many different versions of vegetarian mock meat, I have to say this is really one of the better mock meats that have been masked! Only thing I wish was that it was more affordable 🙁 if not, I would be having this everyday!
Anna
12w
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