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Cake, Bread and Desserts

Cake, Bread and Desserts

Featuring The Glasshouse, Pita Bakery, Asanoya Boulangerie (Queen Street), Mother Dough Bakery, Chye Seng Huat Hardware Coffee Bar
Rachel Sin
Rachel Sin

Delicious cold brew made with almond milk ($8). The croissant was flaky, crisp and buttery after being lightly toasted. The sliced almonds added a nice crunch and the marzipan filling was not overly sweet.

2 of us shared the I’m Hungry Set which consisted of two pitas (select from a variety of flavours with additional charge), hummus and falafel. The falafels were smaller than expected but were nicely crisp and packed with spices. The hummus was smooth and creamy, not overly gritty like some others. A dollop of red spicy paste in the middle added a kick. Would come back to try the other flavours of pita.

Fresh loaf of sourdough ($8) from Mother Dough. Light fluffy pockets of air encased in a nicely charred crust. Delicious toasted with a bit of butter. Wish the bread had a bit more tang though!

Lovely place for a morning cuppa. Reasonably priced and good quality ($4-6). Ordered an almond croissant ($5) which was good as well. Coming back to try their toasts!

The matcha turtle pan is my go-to at asanoya. Not only does it look ultra cute but the matcha cookie crust is the perfect balance of green tea and sugar. Their original melon pan is great although the melon flavour can come off as slightly artificial. Currently they have limited edition choco banana, maple and sakura melon pans as well!