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

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10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Perfect looking. Nice taste. Fast service.

Wonderful deep rich taste. 5 stars.

Must try this place in Ion Orchard

Just look at it. Brilliant!!

Decor and setting of this place is 10 on 10.

Service in silverware. World class.

Croissant was chocolate with orange filling. Almost like a dessert.

5 stars

One of the best sets. Complete value for money.

Coffee, seabass as main course and croissant as the dessert.

All of it was perfectly cooked, wonderfully presented and nicely served.

Must try!! Water is expensive at 7++

4 stars

Had dessert here and only found out there's a minimum order per person here after we ordered 🙄 They should have stated when we were going to enter. We had raspberry croissants, lemon croissants, chocolate cakes and 2 decaf coffees!

The raspberry and lemon croissants had a generous portion of filling and we enjoyed them a lot.

One of the coffee was called Baraka which has chocolate and orange notes in it, the other one is from Colombia and it was less sweet in nature.

The chocolate cakes are rich and slightly crisp though a bit sweet. They go well with their honey too. The cakes are $3 for takeaway so you might want to consider buying them to go.

The rare times I have tea with my Queen aka Mom I succumbed to the excessively beautiful, furnished to the Moroccan-royalty theme: Bacha Coffee. On a weekday afternoon the place was full and I wasn’t surprised after observing all the crockery that took cue form the furnishing; and tasting my selection of coffee from the >100 choices in the menu. Clear attention to detail included: fluffy cream in a small covered dish and vanilla bean from a “pepper shaker”, to pair with your coffee.
While Bacha is a great place to have afternoon coffee, I wasn’t a fan of the slightly thick, chewy and “oily” croissants. Also the pistachio strawberry tart had an only acceptable tart base with a pistachio cream that reminded me more of almond flavouring instead of the shelled nut I was familiar with.