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had to buy this when i finally passed by barcook the other day!!! tasted abit too sweet for me but itโ€™s good for anyone who doesnโ€™t favour super intense black sesame flavours because the red bean in this tones it down quite a bit!

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Relatively new cafe in the hood๐ŸŽˆโœจ checked out @cafeforthepeople which is designed with asethetic curves and corners for your insta-worthy foodie or OOTD shots ๐Ÿ“ธ itโ€™s a really spacious quiet place๐Ÿ˜Œ a place to consider to do your workโœŒ๏ธthe mains are pretty standard but for the ambience itโ€™s definitely a place to stop by to get some work done, waiting or catch up in odd hours of the day๐Ÿ‘โœจ
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I have tried and reviewed it before but itโ€™s really very good eh so hereโ€™s another review of it! Honestly the price point is slightly steep for coffee at a hawker centre but it is really worth it :โ€) Sea Salt Caramel is one of their best seller and so so glad that the caramel flavour was not overbearing and the drink was not overly sweet. Actually the coffee was not sweet at all and it was overall very smooth and even refreshing. Enjoyed the layer of froth too! I couldnโ€™t really taste the sea salt tho (just very very subtle). Will definitely order again and do recommend me other flavours as well!! :-)

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Amazing soft fragrant bread with natural yam and mochi! Yam a little too sweet for me but still good :"D

The skillet baked eggs with grilled vegetables ($11) is a bit of a misnomer - there were a mere 5 slices of zucchini/ eggplant with mushrooms and beans. The whole dish was too watery, with the tomato concasse dolloped over!

The flat white ($5) uses their specialty in-house blend! Smooth and surprisingly, mildly sweet with skimmed milk. Gets quite crowded so youโ€™d probably only get to linger over your cup if you avoid lunch hour!

Tiong Bahru Bakeryย 

Chocolate Danish ($4.5)ย ย 

Price Rating: $

Ambience: 3*ย 

Oh wonโ€™t you look at that.ย 

I mean, just look at that perfect swirl of rich, dark chocolate in that beautiful piece pf danish. Sinful, sinful, sinful.ย 

Tiong Bahru Bakeryย 

Sugar Brioche($2.8)ย 

Price Rating: $

Ambience: 3*ย 

How dare you enter a bakery and only order a sugar brioche! Oh, wait itโ€™s from Tiong Bahru Bakery? Oh, okay that makes sense.ย 

A simple affair with snow white-like sugar cubes littered all over the top of the soft, fluffy bread. Who wouldnโ€™t like that?

Tiong Bahru Bakery
Kouign Amann($3.5)
Price Rating: $
Ambience: 3*

Alright, Iโ€™m gonna make this easier for you. Itโ€™s pronounced as โ€œQueen Amanโ€.
A little scandalous if you accidentally remember it as โ€œQueenโ€™s Amanโ€, and a little ballsy if you call it โ€œQueen, A Man.โ€

If you donโ€™t know what Kouign Amann is, it is this piece of sweet, caramelized goodness with a crunch and a chew to it. A little salty, mostly sweet, and a perfect snack to go with a cuppa.

Tiong Bahru Bakery
Green Tea Almond Croissant ($4.5)
Price Rating: $
Ambience: 3*

If you know me, you should also know that I take my croissants very, very seriously.
So, in search of the best croissants in Singapore, I scoured every piece of this very expensive land for some buttery, flaky goodness and decided to step into this local bakery run by the french. Still suffering from some form of post-colonial hangover (JK, we were colonized by the Brits), Iโ€™ve decided to go against my natural repulsion towards green tea and give it a shot. I was ready to open fire at itโ€™s taste and complain about how much I hate green tea on my food. Man was I wrong. After taking a bite of the croissant, I felt like I needed to apologize to the piece of pastry I held in my hands for being so mean. Well, enough said, it was good, and worth your calories, so go for it.

I passed by and couldnโ€™t resist stopping to take a look! And then I got swept up and bought a few to try. Minimum purchase is 50g for each pastry, which is around 3-4 of the mini pastries.

The cheese mochi was ok, tasted pretty bland as I was expecting some sweetness but it was instead savoury with no taste other than mild cheese. I wouldnโ€™t get it again. The cheese cake however was good, it was soft in the middle and had a tangy flavour.

Not pictured but I also got the small matsuzo set (yogashi style sweet potato desserts) which included the pote koro, tomari potato and bucella. Not bad but I wouldnโ€™t get it again. It was just sweet potato, I didnโ€™t get hints of anything else or even a little pastry which wouldโ€™ve went well because I got a bit jelak towards the end of my first few bites.

The sweet potato rolls which looked really good, was also tasted not bad: soft, fluffy, topped with black sesame seeds and when I purchased it it was still slightly warm. But donโ€™t expect significant chunks of sweet potato. The black sesame seeds ended up overpowering the flavour a little bit.

At Sunday noon, it was very empty. I only ordered a cookie cheesecake for take away. Itโ€™s either sweet nor soft. Should I say itโ€™s healthy? But if you go for a cheesecake, why do you choose a healthy one?

The interior is peaceful. The Chinese mottoes on the wall are interesting.

Iโ€™m just wondering how could this kind of small cafe survive.