9 Penang Road
Singapore 238459

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12:00pm - 08:00pm


12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:00pm - 08:00pm

12:30pm - 09:00pm

12:30pm - 09:00pm

12:30pm - 09:00pm

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Being a cafe concept, the cake bar has a variety of cakes and bakes, including plated desserts and beverages. We tried the Chocolate Waffles ($13) when we were there, and it comes with butter waffles, topped with their signature honey soft serve and a good drizzle of salted caramel sauce. The sides are decorated and loaded with chocolate brownies and chocolate chip cookies. Overall, a very decent waffle order, with the good balance of sweet and savoury. My only gripe is that the soft serve is too creamy, and if it was lighter, the honey would have shone through even further.
✨ Edith Pâtisserie Cake Bar
📍 9 Penang Road, Unit 01-06, Singapore 238459
🌐 https://www.edithpatisserie.com/
🍴 [Self Funded]


A trio of gula melaka cake, berries waffles with soft serve and ice latte. Definitely the place to go for a sweet weekend. Seating space is a tad small so be ready to wait in line.

I’m a big fan of Edith’s cakes and brownies, so I was really excited to try their new offerings! Served in a cone and drizzled with honey, the soft serve ($4) is light, slightly sweet and floral. The ice cream is a tad icy but otherwise very enjoyable! Do catch their opening promo of 15% off until 18/04/21 :-)

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Noticed the opening of Edith Patisserie’s latest dine-in concept at 9 Penang Road (where Park Mall used to be) whilst passing Dhoby Ghaut after work last week — Edith Patisserie Cake Bar is their very first venture into full cafe operations, and is situated right beside TAP Craft Beer in the same building. Was rather spoilt for choice given the wide variety of desserts and small bites available here — Edith Patisserie Cake Bar also do serve up pastries, waffles and soft-serve alongside a good selection of cakes at their newest outpost; all that with specialty coffee brewed using local roastery PPP Coffee’s Throwback blend as well as other beverages such as tea on the menu.

Whilst the cakes were pretty satisfying at Edith Patisserie Cake Bar, those who are not into sweet treats can also considering going for the Kimchi Cheese Roll — a bread roll that comes swirled with bits of Kimchi and cheese melted into the bread roll. Was honestly expecting the bread to be a little dry; an impression that is left behind by the various bread rolls that featured cheese that we have had before from some local bakeries — that being said, the Kimchi Cheese Roll was set to impress with its pillowy soft texture which was easy to have, not to mention how the occasional piece of Kimchi adds a bright tanginess that was pretty refreshing without being particularly spicy. The melted cheese works well with the kimchi — somewhat of a safe combination considering how cheese somehow always have a spot with Korean cuisine usually (especially those featuring Gochujang and the likes of it); provides a light hint of savouriness that makes the bread pretty comforting to have. Works especially well with a Long Black on the side; something I would gladly have whilst sipping on some coffee over a book.

Given how there is a fair bit of social media attention thrown onto the place recently, do expect some waiting time for seats considering that the seating space is fairly limited. That being said, given how they do churn out rather well-executed desserts and how the cafe is located in a centralised location, this would be a spot I would likely to return when the crowds die down for a relaxed mid-day cuppa.