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BrotherBird mochi & softserve co. (Bugis)

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~$10/pax
Artisanal softserve and homemade rice donuts

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Well known for its croissants, Brotherbird also serves a dessert menu at Stateland Cafe! We tried the mochi doughnuts with soft serve ($14). The doughnuts were crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, with piping hot earl grey syrup spilling out from inside. The slightly-sweet tea flavour added dimension to the savoury doughnuts! The speculoos soft serve was a little icy and a tad too sweet, tasting more like regular vanilla than caramelised cookies. I’d deem this a one and done - I’ll be sticking to their croissants the next time!

Oh, for the love of crossaints. Pre-ordered a box of these delicious bakes, and boy was I torn amongst the innovative yet exquisite flavors on display. The pastries at Brotherbird are fun, visually attractive and generous in size. They also deliver in the taste department, made flaky and crusty, but slightly less buttery than a traditional crossaint- allowing the custard fillings to claim centre stage.

Of my box of 6, the banana cream pie cruffin shone as it was generously pipped to the brim with a lucious creamy banana cream ganache, which I must applaud for its balance of fruity and milky notes. The flaky pasty was the perfect medium for the subtle-tasting cream, every bite was satisfying without being overwhelmingly rich.

Another of notable mention is the Ferrero Crossaint- a timeless combination of chocolate coated crossaint filled with a viscous hazelnut rocher ganache. Biting through the crispy rocher ganache dusted with gold-colored flakes, layered sweet pastry and finally the flowy-middle- these were reminisent of good-old Krispy Kreme's nutella-filled donut, turned up a notch.

Extremely rich and thick, a perfect guilty pleasure albeit a bit pricey. The ambiance in the cafe is stunning!

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Cookie butter soft serve ($6). 6 bucks for a soft serve, what?? But trust me, so so good with the biscuit and delectable crumbs given generously in the cup. Had the soft serve with their salted egg lava mochi before but eating it on its own really brings out the flavour of the cookie butter. Shoutout to their croissants as well which my boyfriend and I are a big fan of!

Rocher Croissaint (~$5) was chocolatey GOODNESS. You could really taste the hazelnut chocolate Rochor shell covering on the croissaint 😋🍫 Inside, there was an adequate amount of Nutella!!
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Croissants were done really well, layers were light and well separated, flaky and easy to stomach 😍

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Didn’t get to try the mochi donut, but their yeast waffle was really yummy too!! Super crispy on the outside and yet not compromising on the fluffiness within. The peanut butter soft serve was also on point- great for all peanut butter lovers!! I loved the addition of the caramelized banana! One whole mouth of the peanut butter soft serve, caramel banana and crispy waffle = truly heavenly!! 👍🏻

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