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82 Tiong Poh Road
#01-05
Singapore 160082

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Crust was too burnt. Too much meringue and too little lemon curd.

Berry banana yogurt smoothie is really bad. Dont taste any banana at all. Checked with the staff and he said banana was added. Usually anything with banana, the taste would be quite strong but i dont taste any for this at all. Not sweet and just bland. Paid $7.80. Total waste of money

Yuzu Tart ($8.80)
- Yuzu cream custard + Sweet meringue on top of a buttery pie crust
- Really light and fluffy meringue which complemented the subtly sweet and tangy yuzu lemon curd; Very refreshing
- The tangy notes of this tart was really mellow, ensuring that one will not cringe their face when eating
Taste: 9.5/10

Dark Chocolate Tart ($8.80)
- Thick dark chocolate mousse dusted with generous amounts of cocoa powder
- On its own, may be too dark for some but if you love dark chocolate, definitely worth trying
- Simple and comforting tart, giving a bold and rich chocolate flavour
Overall, feels that this tart complements the Yuzu tart; 1 being light and refreshing while the other being thick and rich
Taste: 8.5/10

Truly a lovely and hearty Sunday lunch at Tiong Bahru. Out of all the tarts I've tried thus far, the Avocado Tart ($8.80) is still my favourite though :)

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Long Black ($4.80)
- Honestly, quite shocked that the coffee costs so much but felt that it was really strong and aromatic, hence perhaps worth paying slightly more
Taste: 9/10

Avocado Tart ($8.80)
- Sweet meringue dusted with matcha and cocoa powder, a layer of creamy avocado a thin layer of sponge followed by the tart base (Also contained 1 cashew nut which I only discovered when eating the second half of the tart)
- Very refreshing and strong avocado flavour
- Avocado was creamy and subtly sweet, ensuring that it was not too cloying
- Cocoa powder at the top helped to provide another dimension to the tart; bitterness contrasted the sweetness of the meringue and avocado
- The shell of the tart was firm and thin, holding the numerous components well
(Did not need a knife to cut into it)
Overall, the tart was absolutely divine with all the components complementing one another harmoniously. 
Taste: 10/10

Spoke to the owner of the shop afterwards. They only make this tart on the weekends to ensure that all of it gets consumed as avocados have a very short shelf life, truly worth it for the fresh ingredients used!

Cinnamon Bun ($3.50)
- Dense piece of pastry with strong notes of cinnamon
- May become cloyingly sweet if eaten all at one go. Otherwise, a good pastry to pair with the coffee
Taste: 8.5/10

Scone ($2.90)
- Moist, soft, dense and buttery with hints of sweetness from the dried fruits and the dough itself
- Hard and firm on the outside, moist on the inside
Overall, a really good buttery scone
Taste: 8.5/10

Decided against rating the prices here as it will really depend on what you are comparing with (Other cafes in the area/ in SG/ restaurants/ hawker stalls that sell such goods etc.). But would I come here again? Yes, definitely. The avocado tart has proven that ALL their tarts here deserve a try and apart from the coffee, and perhaps the cinnamon bun, I feel that the tart and the scone was quite well-priced for the quality offered.

Note: Butter costs an additional $0.30 here :/

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(#throwback) Mother’s Day means mummy get her favourite tarts as a treat while I get the delicious banana coconut butter cake slice too. The delicate tart shell with just the right crunch always wins us over; while the butter cake slices although pricey is our way we “treatyoselves”.

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Drips bakery cafe is one of my go to places for good tarts! This fresh berry tart is one of my favourites because it is light and refreshing, with a buttery fragrant tart base.

The chocolate tart is also very yummy, not too rich, yet retains sufficieng flavour.

Give them a shot!

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