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Bread & Hearth (Keong Saik)

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Bread & Hearth Katong V situated in the East being the second outlet since we started baking at our first outlet in Keong Saik Road in 2013. This outlet cater for the need of the demand in the area, from all day breakfast, main course to artisan sandwiches. And viennoiserie which is what we are know for in Keong Saik.


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I'll come back here again and again just for this! They were out of ciabatta hence I had it with baguette instead. Still as yummy.

A little birdie told me Bread & Hearth makes the best scones ever, so I made it a point to give it a go...and here’s what I think: I wouldn’t call it The Best, but it definitely has the potential to be a super solid one. Breaking past the golden-brown crunchy exterior brings us to a fairly flaky and light pastry, that’s very mildly sweetened and speckled with earthy raisins. All that’s great flavour-wise, but I felt it was lacking that buttery fragrance and epic flaky texture you get from a freshly baked pastry — if yknow what I mean. Perhaps it’s because the pastry’s been sitting out there for quite a bit, only kissing the toaster for a minute before being served, it was a tad stale.


This had sooooo much potential to be a fantabulous pastry, I was rather sad when it came to our table completely limp and stale ☹️ It was lightly toasted before it came to us, which warmed up this Caramel Roll a little, but didn’t help crisp it up. What that means is completely soft layers that flattens down with the slightly prod, and none of that crisp, flaky lamination a good croissant should have. Which is a real shame cause I could taste the rich, buttery dough and see the layers, and I loved the caramel sauce that had just the right amount of sweet and a touch of nutty, browned butter.

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Bread and hearth is my bread oasis.

Not only because the cafe is so comfortable to sit in but also , the bread displays are always alluring and there are so many choices to choose from .

I chose the chocolate sea salt bread this time and it was amazing. The bread had a nice chew, well flavoured with the dark chocolate chips and the sudden pops of sea salt just balanced out the flavours so well.

Be sure to try their croissants which boasts of French butter from Normandy .

Some food you don’t even need to taste it to know you’ll like it. Such is the name of this bun at Bread & Hearth. We were so keen to try the various offerings at the bakery including its signature croissant, quiche, scone, super soft ciabatta sandwich. I had to wait till my second visit before trying this awesome bun! Be warned, It’s loaded with peanut butter.


Cinnamon Bun ($2.90)
- Fluffy and moist bun
- Not overly sweet but would have preferred more cinnamon glaze and cream cheese frosting on top
- Tangy cream cheese frosting, complementing the sweet cinnamon filling
- Layers of cinnamon filling within the bun's interior
Overall, huge comforting cinnamon bun that is not cloyingly sweet.
Price: 8.5/10 (For the portion size, this is actually quite value-for-money)
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 9/10 (Must-try over here)

Currant Cream Scone ($3.40)
- 'With rum soaked raisin'
Crunchy and sweet exterior, but this scone was even denser and drier than the one at Bake Of. The saving grace would be its sweet cinnamon sugar crust.
Price: 6/10
Taste: 5.5/10
Overall: 5.5/10 (There's definitely better things to try here)

Almond Chocolate ($3.80)
- Very crunchy and strong notes of almond in the almond cream crust
- Loads of semi-sweet chocolate filling within
- Buttery, moist and fluffy puff pastry
Overall, a very rich and hearty pastry; Very guilty to eat but very satisfying
Price: 7/10 (Average price)
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 8/10

More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0p6PiOgb_A/?igshid=1c6jj3ljkz5b5