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【Motherdough Bakery】
This bakery not only sells the usual plain croissant ($4), they do have a wide range of sweet k savory croissant such as almond, choco croissant ($4.50), ham & cheese, beef guoda croissant onion mushroom croissant and etc. I also learnt they have “special” bakes during the weekends, so if you do seek for some special bakes, do check them out! .

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Love kaya peanut! Both toasted and steamed 😋 $4.80 per set


Love this bun, generous red bean and chewy too

Pita bread is rare in Singapore. This place serves 6 wonderful flavours filled with delicious falafel and topped with hummus or tahini! Delicious!


Hands down the best almond croissant we’ve ever had!!!! (And we are HUGE croissant fans)

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Visited Mother Dough Bakery for the first time this afternoon. As it was a weekday, I kept my fingers crossed that there would still be a variety of bakes left. Saw this chocolate hazelnut layer cake, some croissants and pound cakes on display and we pondered on what to takeaway (we were hovering between this and the croissants). We were kindly informed that the cake wasn’t available for takeaway, so we had to eat it in-store. At almost the same time, the table outside the store vacated. Well, that settled things for us then, so we bought a slice to try.

This cake was incredible. The triple sponge layers were so light, airy and soft, yet bursting with chocolate flavours. Each layer was separated by chocolate hazelnut icing which tasted like the icing version of Nutella. These were topped with generous amounts of crushed hazelnuts, which provided additional texture and stronger hazelnut flavours to the whole cake. Although it was a really decadent and rich cake, I didn’t feel jelak after eating it. Thankfully I had someone else to share the calories with, as I think I could’ve wolfed down the whole slice on my own too (fortunately that would’ve been well worth the calories!). Can’t stop gushing about this cake. I don’t think it’s on constant rotation on the menu so I guess we were super lucky to get to try it on our very first visit!

Lemon pound cake, cold brew tea and a white. #tingzieeats #burpple

Love the natural tangy lemon flavor, quite pricey though for a small slice.