148 Potong Pasir Avenue 1
Singapore 350148

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09:00am - 04:00pm


09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 04:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The space that was once occupied by Shangri-La Confectionery & Delicatessen has now been taken over by their third generation. 🍞 I loved how the new owners were able to breathe new life into the neighbourhood by transforming the traditional bakery into a warm and cosy cafe, whilst retaining its rustic charm. 🍂

☕️ We had the White - 7oz ($6) and Hot Mocha ($6.5) — both were full-bodied, smooth and easy to drink.

The friendly owners even offered us a complimentary cup of Coffee Jelly ($2.8). The refreshing espresso jelly paired well with the sweet & creamy milk drizzled over it. 🍮

Definitely a spot I would hit up for a nice cuppa if I’m in the vicinity. 🌟

(These were scones) I like the mix of interesting bites Kizuna serves. Friendly owners, the decor a labour of love, good coffee, interesting collabs, and a convenient location (for those living along the north-east MRT line). Check them out!

Best for a pick me up during a hot humid afternoon.

The moment I stepped in, I fell in love with this place. Very comfortable vibes where the coffee, pastries are great too!

Ps: you GOTTA try the scones and ask for BUTTER 😍

Checked out the new Kizuna at Blk 148 Potong Pasir Avenue 1; a cafe that is run by the third generation of the family behind Shangri-La Confectionary and Delicatessen which it had replaced. Serving up mostly cakes and pastries alongside specialty coffee, Kizuna also serves up a small variety of lunch bowls on some days as well.

While there are still a small selection of bakes from “The Old Bakery” (i.e. Shangri-La Confectionary & Delicatessen) available such as the scones, brownies and Tau Sar Piah, the Honeycomb Cheesecake serves as a good option for those who prefer to try something new. Liked how the cheesecake here is smooth and creamy; while this is intended to be more of the classic New York Cheesecake than the Basque Burnt Cheesecake that is all the rage these days, it is the lightness of the cheesecake that caught our tastebuds here — it’s not doubt rich and decadent, but there wasn’t a moment it felt overwhelming nor heavy. It’s light cheesiness comes with a slight hint of floral aroma coming off the bite of honeycomb mixed into the cream cheese, while the chocolate wafer balls (almost akin to that of Maltesers) provide another dimension of sweetness with a bit of crunch for an added texture; crispy rice puffs are also found on the top of the cheesecake for an extra crispness that further enhances that of the chocolate wafer balls.

A surprisingly easy-to-finish rendition of a cheesecake — looking forward to give the other bakes on the menu a try; a pretty promising spot in a neighbourhood that is often forgotten in the cafe scene, and a space that residents will love to have in the area.


New cafe at Potong Pasir | Love the space and ambience at this new little hideout. Menu was pretty interesting as well with several unique items, one of which was their selection of croissants. Went for the Slipper Lobster Mayo which was really refreshing with its zesty marination, topped with tobiko bits.

Do note that spaces (4-5 tables) are limited on the weekends, especially with the current safe distancing measures and since it's a relatively new cafe. Will definitely be back!