65 Tras Street
Singapore 079004

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Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Our favourite dish was definitely their cream puff.

This unassuming dessert pastry is filled with a rich and luscious Hokkaido Biei jersey milk custard cream that was just so delicious.

Order it even if you have no space for desserts because that's what we did and were literally licking the plate clean of the amazing custard cream!

@baristartcoffee_sg is a cafe which focuses on Hokkaido dairy in all of its food and beverage options. @jooeunchung and I started off lunch with their Ohihiro butadon and tonkatsu sando.

Ohihiro is a city in Hokkaido which is famous for its pork glazed with a special sauce over rice. We loved Baristart's version which tender and juicy grilled kurobuta pork belly glazed with their homemade teriyaki sauce over Hokkaido Nanatsuboshi rice and topped with mizuna, green onion and a sprinkle of shichimi togarashi.

Baristart's katsu sando is a Breaded pork cutlet sandwich with soft white bread,
tonkatsu sauce, mustard butter, and served with fries and gherkins. I wasn't a big fan of this as the cut of pork used was on the tougher side and the fats were too chewy for my liking.

We were still feeling peckish as the portions were rather small and got an extra main. Their Hokkaido carbonara featured spaghetti with Hokkaido rich milk, pork bacon,
onsen tamago, black pepper and parmigiano. For those who like their (non-traditonal) carbonara extra rich and creamy without being overbearing, this is definitely the place to go. A word of warning though --- they are really generous when it comes to portions for this dish!

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Came here for the pastas, coffee and cream puff, and the puff won the photo spot hands down 😂 the cream was a rich, cold, not-too-sweet custard cream filling that had a consistency somewhere between thick custard and melted ice cream. The puff was a well-baked choux pastry with a crunchy shell and chewy insides that grounded the richness of the cream. This puff was about 1.5x the size of my fist and goes for $6, worth it for the quality imo.

Shoutout to great service from the lady waitress in the black dragon shirt near the kitchen who shared with us that we could pre-order our cream puffs since we were dining in. So different from the bochup attitude from the pink ponytail guy waiter at the register who turned customers away saying “puffs sold out” without letting them know that they were baking new batches. Why ah??

This reminds me of a cross of between chateraise and beard papa. What’s unique is the exterior which has crumbs and nuts that’s pretty tasty

Made on the spot, so need to wait about 5mins

Not sure if it's the best, I prefer mine with a crusty exterior but this was damn good. Soft exterior with bits of crunch, enclosing a voluptuous cream which was uniquely sweet and smooth, yet not surfeiting. One of the few times I regret extending the invite to share my dessert(I was actually tempted to walk back 15mins to get another one haha if my schedule allowed)

Must try

$5.5 - By far the lightest cream puff I’ve eaten. Filling was super generous and not too sweet. Best eaten cold at the cafe! Can’t wait to go back here.

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