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Very simple, just pick a croissant from the dozens on display and if you get the Golden Croissant, filled with a luxurious custard that sparkles and shines with gold flakes and sprinkles, you are the lucky winner that will enjoy this delicious treat!

This contest start from 11 October 2021 till 9 Jan 2022 and the lucky winners will win 365 croissants worth $1277.50.
This is a dine-in promotion only and available across all TBB outlets. 

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📍Tiong Bahru Bakery Outlets

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💕Seafood Spaghetti Cartoccio.
Slipper lobster, scallops, squid, mussels, lobster bisque, cherry tomatoes, garlic
💰$29.
Availabe Saturday & Sunday 11am - 5pm, and daily 5pm - 10pm
(From Buon Weekend Day Menu, and Buonasera Evening Menu)

💕Scrambled Eggs On Toast
Butter brioche sourdough toast served with scrambled eggs and finished with grated parmigiano reggiano, finely chopped chives,
cayenne pepper and black pepper.
💰$11.
Available daily, 8am - 11am
(From Buongiorno & Buon Weekend Day Menu)

📍Da Paolo Gastronomia Great World.
Great World, #01-163.

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In celebration of the World Pasta Day, simply walk into the @oriolecoffee from 25 to 29 Oct 2021 to place order for any pasta for takeaway and you can get another one for free!
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This offer is applicable to all pasta dishes in Oriole's menu including limited-time items like the Chilli Crab Linguine. The pasta with the lower price will not be charged
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Location: Oriole Coffee + Bar, 96 Somerset Road, #01-01, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore 238163 (Next to [email protected])
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Siew mai, har gow and weird dumplings that can't decide they're pan-seared or boiled and are filled with turnip.

Typical hotel hawker food haha. It felt premium but it's missing the grittiness of the street. I quite like the noodles used. There's chicken meat but it's lame.

Scrambled egg, chicken cheese sausage, toasted sourdough, bacon, mushroom ragout, hash brown. I usually dislike sourdough but toasted and buttered I'm a changed man. The ragout was also a standout. Rare but the egg was bad.

yuzu-pepper marinated chicken thigh, garlic aioli, smashed avocado and greens.

Typical of Sarnies’ brews, this was a very bold number with wonderful chocolate notes and roastiness evident from the get go. The nuttiness of the oat beautifully complements that and comes through prominently especially towards the end. There’s also that lovely, dairy sorta lingering sweetness and creaminess you’d expect of a white cold brew, but light on the palate. I’m a big fan of how the bitterness from the coffee lingers, which I understand might be a touch overpowering for some but I myself love — y’all know I like it really strong and black 😉

There’s this small shop hide within the space of Crane, a social club at The Herancia at Kim Yam Road.

Inside here, you could find some options of meal for dine in or takeaway. 46 Mittsu is one of the takeaway kiosk serving rice bowl, sando and brekkie.

I’m truly impressed with their chicken sando. It comes with a super generous and juicy fried buttermilk chicken katsu, stuffed together with coriander slaw and sriracha cincalok sauce. The outer bread was toasted to its crispiness. Making the whole sando very crunchy. $14

Loving that thicc thicc vanilla custard, I finally got to trying their Creme Brûlée Bomboloni ($8) as well. A little mild in taste, the cream custard could be sweeter in my opinion but I really really appreciate the crackling sugar top. The slightly burnt caramelised outer layer truly stealing the show.

At the price point, it is a tad underwhelming.

Never too early for desserts, Park Bench Deli’s Fried Apple Pie ($10) was surprisingly good. No in-your-face cinnamon flavour, the chunks of granny smith's were wonderfully spiced and lightly spiked with Maker's Mark bourbon. Warm, comforting, and toothsome! Texture-wise, the house-made pastry was also a nice in-between of crispy-flaky and crumbly. And the vanilla-speckled cream at the side was gloriously airy and a lovely creamy contrast to the crusty pie exterior.

personal best: crunchy peanut butter, spam, sunny egg and hashbrown.