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41 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089146

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Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

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He may not be the most handsome, but he’s a damn solid guy. Uh- I mean, pastry. Rightfully their signature pastry, the 𝙎𝙤𝙧 𝙃𝙚𝙞 (~$4.50) is everything you ever wanted. Or at least, everything I ever wanted. 🤪
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Flaky and crispy exterior paved the way for a soft and light fluffy interior. Packed with sweet chocolate chips that sweetened the bitter burnt base of the pastry, the juxtaposition of texture and taste deserves a whole damn post to it. DAMN GOOD. Srsly.

Ig @goodfomood

I mean, you can’t really screw up 𝙈𝙪𝙨𝙝𝙧𝙤𝙤𝙢 & 𝙊𝙣𝙞𝙤𝙣 𝙏𝙤𝙖𝙨𝙩 (~$4.50), right?
To be honest, there was nothing particularly wow about this. The toast was crispy and thicc, but definitely too carb-y since the ingredients were inadequate. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Caramelised onions were extremely muted taste wise especially under all that melted cheese, and I had to separate the ingredients to taste each one. 😩
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Sure, they aren’t charging $10 for this, (literally every bakery I’m looking at you) but they have better items, skip this.

Ig @goodfomood

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If you have been to Keong Saik Bakery, there’s no way you would miss their signature black and white Danish pastry, also known as Sor Hei. There’s an interesting story behind this creation, that serves as a tribute towards the Cantonese history of Keong Saik Road and one of the past owners at their current location. Sor Hei means "combing up" in Cantonese, representing Majies swearing-in ceremony where they combed up their hair and took a vow of celibacy. So does this now resemble a hair bun to you?

Well, the thing about pastries here are always filled with a fragrant buttery aroma. I like how they intertwine the black and the brown parts, with a pillowy texture that’s easy to unroll. What’s more, there’s lots of chocolate chips hidden within, very much to a chocolate chip lover’s liking!

I had this delivered during the circuit breaker period, so can you!

#savefnbsg #loveyourlocalsg

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If you can’t get to Two Face, why don’t consider getting Two Face to you? We were very lucky to have Two Face from Keong Saik bakery delivered to us for an afternoon tea break before the circuit breaker measures got tightened.

It was a recommendation to colleagues who have never tried this before. While there were those who felt that the matcha was a little overpowering, most enjoyed it very much as a balance between the original cheese and the matcha flavors. Rich and creamy mouthfeel, even with delivery, the burnt cheesecake was in perfect shape. Though the top layer looked really black, there was neither a single hint of char nor bitterness. Also, the cake wasn’t overly dense.

Happy that it remains as my top favourite of all burnt cheesecakes so far, but even happier that my colleagues found it as a good recommendation!

#savefnbsg #loveyourlocalsg

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Thinking about this Basque burnt cheesecake from Keong Saik Bakery at this hour. They use four types of cheese to make the cheesecake. The Original Burnt Cheesecake is something that you can’t go wrong with.

What I like a lot about the cheesecake that there’s a multitude of textures while eating it. The exterior is nicely burnt. The outer section of the cake is rather firm for a burnt cheesecake while the molten centre core is oozy and creamy. Flavour wise, it can be rather strong although it is very much to my liking being a big fan of cheese.

I‘m going to try the two face cheesecake next time (a combination of the original and matcha version) if it’s available. They’re still open for delivery/ takeaway for the CB period if you want to satisfy yourself burnt cheesecake cravings.

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Was wondering what a "sor hei" was when I first saw the name of this pastry. Made of twisted plain and charcoal layers, the pastry dough is shaped to look like a hair bun.
I found that the pastry was unevenly buttery. Some parts really tasty and buttery, and some parts not. The chocolate chips were good. Overall, pretty good - if you get a buttery / chocolate chip piece. Otherwise, the plain pastry itself is just all right.

Price: $4

#halfeatenblog #keongsaikbakery #burpple

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