33 Keong Saik Road
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Keong-saik's signature and so, I had to try this! This was essentially a mix of buttery (croissant colour) and cocoa (black) croissant layers, twisted into the likeness of a majie's hairdo back in the olden days. I liked the buttery-cocoa mix and definitely appreciate the amount of cocoa that goes into the black coloured layers - the rather strong note of cocoa kinda affirmed that it's not colouring! This would be a rather perfect carby breakfast - not overly oily or heavy in taste but enough to fill the tummy.

The fiance and I took a long (hot) walk and finally arrived early evening. I wasnt expecting much bakes to be left but hey! They actually continued churning out fresh bakes in the evening as well! While there werent much bakes left on the shelves, we were told we could wait 10-15mins for the 'sold-out' items to be churned out. It's still as popular as ever! Instead of the usual green tea/chocolate or almond croissant, I decided to give the less common Black Sesame croissant a try. Verdict? The croissant was crispy and flaky as expected, not super buttery in fragrance tho. Croissant layers were filled with Black sesame paste - thicc and honest ingredients. It tasted mild, not overly sesame-ish like how a sesame paste spread would taste like. Rather, it tasted like freshly churned from 100% pure black sesame. I appreciate how it isnt the paste-y sesame mixed with oil and other flavourings. For those yearning for a sweet treat, this might not be the sweet-croissant that you should go for tho!

super nutty fragrant black ssm paste inside! quite generous too! but the crossiant pastry itself was not as flakey and buttery as i expected

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Kouign-amann @ $3.80
Back sesame croissant @ $5.20
Sor Hei @ $4.90
Garlic cream bomb @ $5.20

There's so many pastries and it took us so long to choose these 4. The staff was nice enough to ask if we would like it toasted too.

The kouign-amann was simple and great, especially after being toasted as the taste of the caramelised sugar is accentuated.

The black sesame croissant is really great, put it near the mouth and one can alr smell the black sesame and the taste bursts into the mouth when bite into it. Think there might have been some chocolate in it which makes it just a little too sweet but it's also balanced out by the walnuts.

Sor hei is their signature item and there's a whole story behind it. Taste wise it's not bad, the texture of the pastry is really great but just a little too sweet once again.

The garlic cream bomb is really full of garlic, we could smell it just by opening the container. Overall it's really great but would have been perfect if the amount of cream is reduced as it kind of overshadows the garlic flavour by quite a lot.

Definitely going to be back for other pastries next time and then going to be back for these as well!


Replicated the muah chee taste well but would i go back for it? Not really

Yeasted puff pastry dough wrapped around a stick of chocolate. Crisp and flaky on the outside with well developed layers on the inside 》$3.50