33 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089140

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Wednesday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Friday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Monday:
08:00am - 05:30pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

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Cute and quaint bakery with unique and pretty pastries!!! They have local flavours such as ondeh ondeh cakes and interestingly flavoured croissants. We didn't end up getting any as we were too full. So we got the teh susu and lime tea instead. The teh susu was rly good for a teh susu but nothing can beat a solid teh bing.

The lime tea is a heavy tea with just a hint of lime in the aftertaste. I really liked it. The bakery does not add sugar syrup so if you like your drinks slightly sweeter, you’ll have to ask!

Hojicha Swiss Roll is another wishlist that my sister bought cake from tiong hoes specialty coffee located at stiring road. i always went for cofeee there. sometimes adding the cake with coffee. just realised that their cake just getting much smaller 😗 so the taste is much better than matcha flavour. got that roasted taste for hojicha.

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The Two-Face ($8.50), a double layered matcha and Basque burnt cheesecake, was an enjoyable melt-in-your-mouth option too, and I appreciated the unique take on the cake that took the Internet by storm a while back. Definitely a great option to curb those pandemic cravings!!

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My favourite Keong Saik Bakery delight is their Seashore 2.0 (⭐️ 10/10), a gorgeous baby blue sea salt butterfly pea mousse atop a decadent earl grey cheesecake and a crispy earl grey shortbread base. It's honestly a work of genius with memorable juxtapositions of textures, colours, and flavours, and I loved how the lighter butterfly pea mousse transitions into a more prominent earl grey flavour. Every bite is just unforgettable — it's always a 'yes' from me.

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💚Matcha Cruffins!! ($5)💚

Have been waiting for this visit to Keong Saik bakery for the longest time! (Because it is quite out of the way from the places that I typically frequent).

This is my second time trying matcha cruffins (previous visit at another bakery). I must say both are on par standards! this matcha lava was even more flowy as I air fried to heat it up (145 degrees 3 mins) before consuming it the next day. Buttery flaky croissants that was crispy and fragrant with a very strong earthy matcha lava interior! Lava cruffins is one of the messiest croissant to eat but so satisfying at the same time! 🤩

Opted for takeaway as I was under the impression that there is strictly no dine in service on weekends (hence we had our meal elsewhere before this visit). But when we were there we saw some ppl dining in too 🤔

Bought the Klook voucher to get some discount ($9 for $10 worth)! (Lol but ended up spending more than the voucher amount bought and brain didnt react in time to buy another voucher immediately on the spot haha. Brain 老了. If you are new to Klook, feel free to use my code to get $5 off your purchase: AR2RU 🥳

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📍Keong Saik Bakery

💜Taro Orh Nee Croissant Cube ($6)💜 too pretty to be eaten!

This concept of a croissant cube was so innovative and it intrigued me! Plus a taro orhnee croissant! 🥐 So unique and special! I like how there are many different layers of taste going on here. From the smooth orhnee paste (with coconut milk it seems) to the taro cubes on top of the croissant cube which is slightly harder.

Bought the Klook voucher to get some discount ($9 for $10 worth)! If you are new to Klook, feel free to use my code to get $5 off your purchase: AR2RU 🥳

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