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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Taitai vibes? Check!🤣 Tried their Vietnamese coffee ($13 iirc?) and also lava cake + coffee icecream set ($12) 🤪 Great place to catchup 1-1 but the place is a little small (might have to wait awhile during peak hours) However, service was top notch and I really loved their coffee icecream! Would go back again to try other coffee types😇 Overall ratings 9/10!!👍🏻💯

It’s $9 for a pot and I think it was really affordable. The cakes and pastries goes really well with all the coffees there. ☕️🍰

(Fine Flavoured)

This exclusive creation has notes of freshly cut honeycomb and green almond, which give a delicious sweetness to pure Arabica coffee beans

teatime at bacha has always been at the top of my list. the ambience at bacha gives off a super atas feel with the use of gold and high ceilings.

tried out both their kaya and pistachio croissant and very much preferred the former which had kaya cream oozing out. kaya wasn’t too sweet either. as for the pistachio one, i think it’s more of a paste within the croissant so it’s much drier overall. can’t really taste the nuttiness of it.

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!