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33 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089140

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08:00am - 07:30pm

08:00am - 07:30pm

08:00am - 07:30pm

08:00am - 07:30pm

08:00am - 05:30pm

08:00am - 07:30pm

08:00am - 07:30pm

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Got the matcha cruffin at $5. Heated it up in the air fryer and the matcha inside oozed out nicely. Those with a sweet tooth will enjoy this! $5 for this might be a little pricey for its size, but it’s good to get this once in a while.

MSW Burnt Cheese Cruffin (S$7)
Ah Seng’s MSW purée & burnt cheese custard
Quite expensive for a small pop.

Available at @keongsaikbakery

Garlic Cream Bomb (S$5)
Garlic butter, cream cheese
Felt filling not evenly spread out. Not garlicky enough.

Available at @keongsaikbakery

Both were really well done and delicious pastries, but not very stand out

I also got an assortment of their Burnt Cheese Cruffins to try. Resembling a cheesecake-croissant hybrid, the classic Burnt Cheese Cruffin ($6) was best enjoyed after a quick pop in the oven. Warm and buttery, the pastry complemented the slightly sweetened burnt cheese custard that was hidden within nicely. Soft on the inside and wonderfully flaky on the outside. Noting that it does get cloying towards the end as there was a generous amount of custard.

For something sweet, the Tiger Cruffin ($6.50) is their take on brown sugar milk tea without the boba. Adding brown sugar into the mix, you would get the caramelized sweetness with the custard-like cheesecake interior. A little less flaky with the sugary glaze but the buttery bake was still pretty good after warming it up.

For gooey, matcha indulgence, Keong Saik Bakery's Matcha Burnt Cheese Cruffin ($6.50) can be your best bet. Loaded with robust Uji matcha syrup, the flavours of the burnt cheese custard may be completely overwhelmed but the mild astringency from the matcha did help to balance the richness of the cruffin in my opinion. The bittersweet, earthy notes delivering a somewhat refreshing quality which I really enjoyed and was a nice match to the buttery exterior.