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One of the best Shakshuka I’ve ever had.
Bread is nicely toasted.

Great value at $14 for 2 under the burpple premium membership.

Highly recommended.

Roasted heirloom tomatoes, burrata, sage pesto and pecans on grilled flatbread.

The portion is generous and flatbread is nicely grilled. The dish and its flavour combination works - sweet roasted tomatoes, creamy burrata, pesto and the crunch from the pecans with nicely grilled bread.

I can see why it’s always sold out on the weekends that I went. One of my favs along with their ricotta tartine. They also serve great coffee - strong and not acidic.

If you notice my thumb next to the slice of Swedish bread, you’ll realize just how small this portion is. (Also, my hands are tiny.) For $16 - even though there was no service charge and GST - this was really not okay.

Bread was toasted to the point that my lunch bud and I couldn’t cut through it. This dish is filed under “sandwiches” and it really just is that- smoked salmon, cheese-yogurt, and a bit of garnish, nothing more.

First time here (took awhile) and it was crowded. Luckily we got a reservation, but we only managed to get outdoor seating. We got the chilli crab pasta & dessert of the day (carrot cake). And I loved the sangria! Overall we enjoyed the food, service was good, ambience was great because this place‘s more secluded from the town area. Would recommend if you don’t mind travelling a little bit further from town.

Red Velvet Croissant - contains a luscious cream cheese filling, which is rich and creamy without being overly heavy.

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We both liked the almond croissant, but it was different in the sense that the frangipane tasted more like kaya than almonds? It wasn’t too sweet and slightly crisp.

The kaya cruffin was decent but I don’t get the hype about it. The kaya was the brown Nonya kind that I like, but the cruffin itself could have been more crisp.

The cinnamon bun was soft, moist and cinnamony, with a pleasant tang to it. The cream cheese wasn’t too sweet, and was a nice accompaniment to the bun :)

Located at Blk 416, Bedok North Ave 2, Singapore 460416. .
Chocolate Rice Cake, $2.20 each. Happiness is indulging in these childhood traditional cakes. Familiar taste and it brings back fond childhood memories. Soft sponge cake, covered with chocolate butter cream and scattered fully with chocolate rice on the outside. We love it especially when it’s cold so we usually fridge it before eating. 😍😍
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To everyone's delight, owners Chalith and Nur are back with irresistible bakes! Find their inconspicuous bakery at The Longhaus on fringe of Upper Thomson Road, given away only by the colourful stools outside the otherwise blank storefront. Savour the Onion Pizza ($14) or Vegan Bialy ($6), and let yourself be tempted by sweet treats like the Spelt Almond Financier ($5) and Banana Walnut Date Tea Cake ($5.50). Don't forget to have a Filter Coffee ($4.50) or delicious Cold Bew ($5) made from Cata Coffee beans.
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Another bakery in the area? Noone's complaining. This cozy open-concept bakery is where you should come to for coffee and fresh bakes made with love. Try their unique take on the Grilled Cheese ($12) — crusty sourdough layered with tomato chutney, smoked cheddar, gruyere, mozzarella and parmesan. Keep your eye out for their fluffy Sticky Bun ($xx) and the Savoury Scroll ($xx) with pesto and cheese.
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New in Great World City is this tiny kiosk-diner by the folks of Plentyfull in Millenia Walk. For a quick pastry, have the Truffle Hustle ($4.80), a truffle-infused croissant. If you need something heartier, order the Corned Beef & Jalapeno Sandwich ($14.90) — grilled sourdough toast with grainy mustard and provolone cheese, served with a side of pickles and fries.
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua