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65 Tras Street
Singapore 079004

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Location: @baristartcoffee_sg

Check out @baristartcoffee_sg for their Hokkaido delectables. They are available for order on @grabfoodsg. Alternatively, 10% discount off your bill for in-store pick ups!

Their 𝙄𝙘𝙚 𝙇𝙖𝙩𝙩𝙚 (~$6.70) was great as well. One of the smoother and well bodied lattes, I liked the stronger coffee taste in this.

Ig @goodfomood

This is it. The best Cream Puff I have ever tasted. I swear. And I have eaten too many cream puffs as a child.
Baristart’s version of the 𝘾𝙧𝙚𝙖𝙢 𝙋𝙪𝙛𝙛 (~$4.50) hit me like a TRUCK. Cut through the huge crunchy exterior before a burst of the most mindblowing cream filling rushes out. 🍶 Pillowy and airy yet milky at the same time, the cream went hand in hand with the crispier crust. Trust me, it was so good that I couldn’t stop eating it even though I was going for a workout — the irony.😌

Ig @goodfomood

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I thought BAC had a lean mains menu, but they actually serve a decent number of appetising sandwiches, pastas, salads and French toasts.

We ordered the tonkatsu sando out of the three sandwich choices available. Food was served really quick, and everything was toasty and crisp! The pork cutlet is really crunchy, plus it’s got not too much fatty meat in it which I really appreciated. I think the meat to bread ratio is great, plus they weren’t stingy with the tonkatsu sauce and shredded cabbage either. My only gripe is that the pork cutlet coating was quite oily, but that’s fried food right?

This sandwich comes with gherkins (not a fan), and French fries. The fries here are good too! Crispy enough and well-seasoned. While I would probably want to order something else to try (pasta!) the next time I’m here, I definitely wouldn’t mind stealing some bites off a dining partner (once social distancing and non-sharing of food items is safely behind us).

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What’s a trip to Baristart Coffee without ordering their famed ultra-kawaii shaved ice? We ordered the matcha version, and almost couldn’t bear to pour it over the ice bear’s puffy cloud-like head. But pour we did, and we watched its head stain green under the watchful eyes of our smartphone video recorders.

While I would’ve preferred the matcha (and probably all the pour overs too) to be less sweet, I guess it would suit an average person’s sweet tooth. The shaved ice wasn’t ultra fine like bingsu. It was more reminiscent of kopitiam ice kacang. Overall, this dessert is something you’d probably order for the gram as it’s nothing spectacular tastewise. It’s made a simple ingredients like an assortment of canned fruits, vanilla ice cream (nose), chocolate (eyes, nose), mini Marie biscuit (ears) and shaved ice. You can choose which flavour you want for the pour over, with the classic choice being Hokkaido milk.

I wouldn’t order this again unless I wanted to post something nice on Instagram, but I’d try to visit again soon to try their mini kuma parfait in a glass!

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I now know why the cream puffs at Baristart Coffee keep receiving good reviews. They are indeed very good. I’m not a fan of cream puffs as they tend to be too sweet for my liking, but the version at BAC won me over. It’s got a crisp, layered exterior that crackles satisfyingly when you slice it, and there’s a generous filling of thick luscious cream that isn’t overwhelmingly sweet.

Despite how good it tastes, it does get jelak after a while. I can’t imagine finishing the whole puff by myself, so this is good for sharing with a dining partner or two.