2 Orchard Turn
#01-15/16 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

09:30am - 10:00pm

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These cute croissants were so good they were gone in minutes. We really enjoyed the Kaya croissant, which had Kaya flavoured glaze with real Kaya and Kaya cream filling. The 1910 coffee chocolate croissant was good as well, but was definitely more mainstream as compared to the other. Both croissants had perfectly baked crispy buttery skins 😋. You'll also be served coffee flower honey (could not taste how it's different from normal honey) and Chantilly cream which we thought were quite unnecessary as the croissants were better to be eaten as it is! Priced at $8 for 2, the price is steep for their size but it's worth a splurge at the outlet itself as the interior of the café pretty enough to pay for a dining experience. Otherwise, the croissants are also available for takeaway at $3 each.

We heard about Bacha Coffee's famed croissants and we decided that we gotta try them for breakfast today! First, do note that you have to order at least two croissants but this should not be an issue even if you are dining alone, because their croissants are not very big. Second, you can mix and match flavours and this was exactly what we did - we got the pistachio and raspberry flavours today.

Bacha's croissants are really buttery and crispy so that is a major selling point. Furthermore, their croissants are have empty pockets underneath their exterior so you won't be able to get full from them easily and this means you can try more flavours too! The croissants appear to be glazed with a coloured layer related to the flavour that you are ordering to add further visual appeal. However, we thought the pistachio flavour could be stronger as the pistachio flavour could only be tasted near the middle, where there were some ground pistachio nuts added to the croissant. Moving on to the other croissant, the raspberry flavour was stronger as there was raspberry paste mixed into the pastry but the taste of cinnamon was kinda non-existent. Thankfully for us, the croissants on their own were awesome! It is likely that we will go for their kaya croissants next time as it appears to be the only flavour with actual filling in the croissant and the actual kaya paste used was really satisfying.

Lastly, do be prepared to queue to enter Bacha as the cafe is notoriously popular on weekends! Otherwise, you can be like us and take leave to visit the cafe on a Monday morning, where we got a table without any issues!

Bacha Coffee originated from Morocco and this totally explains the interior of the shop, which had a middle eastern feel to it. To be honest, the interiors were really intricately-designed and the shop seems to be the TWG of coffee. Bacha offers almost 300 different blends of coffee and they have a separate coffee menu. We took almost 10 minutes to look through the extensive menu and we eventually settled on Pistachio coffee, as it was something we have never tried before!

The coffee was served in a really big pot, which is sufficient for around three to four cups of coffee so that makes the $9++ you are paying really worthwhile! The coffee was also really fragrant and there were very slight notes of pistachio on it, although it was somewhat overpowered by the acidity of the coffee itself. Perhaps this was intentional, otherwise the drink might not taste like coffee anymore if the taste of pistachio were any stronger. 😅😅

For those of you who would prefer your coffee sweeter, Bacha provides Chantilly cream (see the background), as well as rock sugar, which you can mix into your coffee. If you really love a blend, Bacha had a shop right next to the cafe and you can buy your favourite beans from there as well!

(Fine Flavoured)
This thick and unctuous brew delights with striking notes of apricot and finishes with a warm aftertaste of forest nuts

Butter Croissant, 1910 Coffee & Chocolate Croissant
accompanied by chantilly cream and caramel spread

Very lucky to have someone who understands my taste buds so well to gift these lovely croissants to me while we are kinda stranded at home due to the dine-in ban that came in force with the return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) — wouldn’t have expected to be able to savour Bacha Coffee’s pastries at the comfort of home.

Bacha Coffee’s packaging has never been short of exquisite which makes it perfect for gifting — the standard box for six comes with a glittery gold cardboard base, while the box comes thoughtfully with cut-out flaps that can be used as a handle for hand-carry; transparent plastic windows on the side so everyone can get a peek of what’s in there. Have always been a fan of Bacha Coffee’s flavoured croissants — the Orange Almond being my favourite and probably the first ones I have tried before the queues started to form at the ION Orchard branch; also their very first outpost in Singapore.

If I were to pick, the Kaya Croissants will be my favourite of the two — probably because it is the only flavour that I have come across so far that comes with molten cream being stuffed within. Bacha Coffee’s croissants come coloured — the Kaya one coming with alternating stripes of green and is topped with desiccated coconut; taking a bite on the croissant reveals the tiny air pockets within the pastry, and is still lightly crisp. That being said, it is how that earthy yet sweet custard filling that caught our hearts here — the Kaya filling being all smooth and creamy akin to the ones made from scratch from other specialty cafes; nothing gloopy and gritty like the commercially made ones, while the deep and earthy notes of Gula Melaka(?) gives it a rich flavour without being overly sweet. The Almond Coffee features the same pastry, though instead comes filled with a almond frangipane that is spiked with a caffeinated boost — also pretty delicious.

Looking forward to return to Bacha Coffee when dine-in resumes; while the queue at their ION Orchard outlet is pretty crazy to say the least, I quite miss that relaxed yet exquisite (albeit exaggerated too) vibe from the music to the decor — not to mention their range of flavoured coffees and croissants that somewhat hits the taste buds for me. But meanwhile, just let me savour on these first …

The place had middle eastern vibes n reminds me of TWG but the coffee version hahaha! Coffee was fragrant n ambience was chill n nice, they even provide some sort of (whipped?) cream in a bowl n sugar which u can add to ur coffee if you don’t like it black. Breads were alright haha