15 Litchfield Road
Singapore 556835

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08:30am - 04:00pm

08:30am - 04:00pm



08:30am - 04:00pm

08:30am - 04:00pm

08:30am - 04:00pm

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Truffle Brie Grilled Cheese!! ($13) Couldn't resist ordering this when I saw it listed at the counter! And it definitely didn't disappoint!! The truffle level is just nice (hate strong, fake truffle smells that make me wanna gag) and it's just melted cheese heaven between crisp Pain de mie. I would definitely order this again.

Before I ordered this, I was eyeing other goodies like the Cinammon Rolls and Breakfast Brioche Burger which looked too good to eat. I definitely want to revisit this cafe!

@chuand.co → 15 Lichfield Rd, S556835


Have been wanting to make my way down to Chū & Co ever since they had announced their opening on social media — opened by folks that were formerly from Micro Bakery + Kitchen, there already has been some talk around town about their stellar breads in hat are baked in-house.

Going for one of the open-faced toast from their all-day menu which is served up to 3pm, the Appenzeller Cheese Toast was something which I found a tad revolting when I first collected the order at the counter due to the pungent nature of cheese used here. That being said, getting past the strong smell of the cheese, the Appenzeller Cheese Toast was actually one of the most impressive cheese toasts I have had in recent times. Straying away from the usual grilled cheese sandwich shenanigans that most cafes attempt to serve up these days, the Appenzeller Cheese carries a strong, savoury note that actually is way more manageable than it smells, while the walnuts chopped walnuts add a earthy crunch that somewhat provides a slight nuttiness that compliments that cheesiness. I am assuming that the Pan De Mie is presumably the bread that is used for the Appenzeller Cheese Toast — liked how the bread is soft yet firm structurally; fluffy and light but being adequately dense with a very slight sweetness that compliments the intensity of the cheese here.

I liked how Chū & Co is a cafe that is unlike any other — tucked away in the private residential estate of Serangoon Gardens, the al-fresco dining area by the alley gives off a particularly neighbourhoodly vibe that is relaxed and casual despite being exposed to the elements. Having tried a number of items they have to offer, I must say that the residents around the area are a lucky bunch to have an indie bakery like them in their vicinity — well-executed breads made with love and passion for the craft, perfected over time with the heart of serving their patrons the very best. Dine-in does get a little tricky here during peak hours, but otherwise its a spot I would totally recommend — somewhere that we would most certainly revisit for their stellar breads and Flan Parisien again!


Drop by on a early Sunday morning and was pleasantly surprised to see a steady stream of people. Located at the corner, they have lined up seats along the alley which is great for cooling mornings but maybe not the hot afternoons.

Settled for their Avocado Tartine and Flat White ($5). The open-faced sourdough toast piled with smashed avocado and tomatoes dosed in balsamic vinaigrette is one of the better Avo toast I had recently!

They have a selection of gluten-free and vegan friendly bakes such as Banana Walnut Tahini Bread and Dark Choco Brownies.

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Started yesterday’s day off with brunch at the new Chū and Co. that’s nestled within Serangoon Gardens Estate, by the team that was from Micro Bakery. They have a cute little outdoor alley space with a menu of fresh bakes, coffees and teas. We came by around early 11am and a number of the popular items (Ricotta Tartine, Mushroom Plate, etc.) were already sold out. Went with these 2 - Avocado Tartine and Salami Focaccia! Found the Avocado Tartine tad pricey for its size, but it was a tasty one with a creamy thick layer of avocado spread atop the slice of sourdough. The cherry tomatoes dressed in balsamic vinaigrette gave a nice pop of tart sweetness.

If you miss their day bakery, you’d be happy to know that from evening on, you can expect gelato from their gelato lab just next door.

📍Chū and Co.
15 Lichfield Road
🕣8.30am to 4.30pm / Sold Out on Fridays to Tuesdays

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