14 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089121

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I also had Leckerbaer’s Hazelnut Cake ($7.50) which was a real nutty number. Baked with lots of ground hazelnut, the spongey base was crowned with thick swirls of chocolate mousse, crushed hazelnut, and halved hazelnuts. A tad dry in my opinion, the cake was denser than I expected. But flavour-wise, it was pretty standard and not too sweet.

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Skipping their signature Smäkagers (dainty Danish butter cookies), I was looking forward to having Leckerbaer’s Dark Chocolate Tart ($8.50) and I am happy to report that it didn’t disappoint. Featuring a crisp chocolate tart shell filled with tangy cherry curd and brownie, the decadent treat is really one for the chocolate fans. The swirl of dark chocolate hazelnut namelaka (translating to “smooth” or “creamy”) piped atop was rich, delicately nutty, and bittersweet. And balancing that darkness from the ganache was the hidden layer of cherry which offered a pleasant bright tartness, acidity as well as moisture. There was also a myriad of textures, with the firm-crumbly shell, dense brownie, slightly chunky fruit curd, and bits of hazelnut and caramel pearls studded atop.


Feature :
💕Smoked Salmon & Onsen Egg (Flagship Exclusive)
Crisp sourdough sandwich served with smoked Norwegian salmon, crunchy zucchini, pickled onions and peppery mizuna leaves on a cream cheese. Topped with an onsen egg.

💕Crab & Avocado Salsa (Flagship Exclusive)
I enjoyed this the most, crisp sourdough toast with refreshing creamy avocado salsa and generous Jonah crab meat , with a hint of spice and citrus on it.
Beside these two, there are 3 more options for diners to choose for the open faced sourdough sandwich.

For this festive season, @leckerbaer.sg also offer a Christmas set.
consists of 2 small bakes, 4 smakagers and two individual pots of tea.

14 Keong saik td.
Singapore 089121


Nothing like ringing in the festive holidays than a box of 8 festive Småkager from none other than @leckerbaer.sg! I've been wanting to try their Danish desserts for the longest time ever since they landed onto our shores - and it only took the opening of their second location at Keong Saik for me to finally try them!

Leckerbaer was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark and are known for their Småkager - traditional Danish butter cookies. Everyday, you get a selection of 8 to choose from and they have specially curated a few just for Christmas.

Flavours included are:
◾Orange & Chocolate
◾Ruby Chocolate

Having known Småkager are essentially cookies, I was surprised to find that a couple of them are more like a mini-cake instead. These petite gorgeous treats were heartbreaking to eat and they all tasted pretty good that I couldn't pinpoint a favourite. Perhaps Ruby Choc? No, Vanilla. No, Raspberry? No, Passionfruit. It's all too difficult to pick!

I'm glad I finally got to try the Småkagers from Leckbaer and their larger tarts/bakes are worth checking out as well. Now their open faced sandwiches are the only thing that's left for me to try so a second visit is in order!

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Leckerbaer Singapore NEW Flagship store nested at Keong Saik Road offers inventive smakagers (Danish cookies), small bakes as well as Flagship Exclusive, open-face sourdough sandwiches. While it’s Isetan Scotts Branch remain the choice-spot for a quick pick-up of gifts, Leckerbaer Keong Saik is a charming place, flooded in natural light with a laid-back vibe.
Leckerbaer has launched the Christmas Tea Sets ($34.00++) that consist of 2 small bakes, 4 smakagers and two individual pots of tea, ideated as the perfect afternoon date or post-dinner treat for two.
Location: Leckerbaer, 14 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089121

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If you are looking for a chill place to study, work or just talk, this might be one of the place you will be interested in. The cafe has a modern cozy feel, and the food here are pretty good! The Iced Latte ($5) was thick, bold and came in a huge cup! The Dark Chocolate Tart ($8.50) was very impressionable, as the lovely chocolate aromatic notes came strong together with its very crunchy outer tart crust! It went so well with the inner raspberry jam, as it made the tart less surfeiting, especially when it's rich. Definitely will be back!