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10 Jalan Serene
#01-05 Serene Centre
Singapore 258748

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08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

08:30am - 05:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Taking over from Woodlands Sourdough, Micro similarly boasts of its bread that’s baked in-house daily. The nut butter toast ($6) was rich but not overtly sweet, complementing the slight acidity of the sourdough well. There was honey drizzled over with some chopped nuts, but I missed the sprinkle of sea salt that was present in its predecessor’s - it would have helped to break through the richness of the butter. The toast set ($5) was a bit of a let down as I was expecting more to it (perhaps a variety? Two slices of plain sourdough seemed a bit steep for its price), but it allowed for the sourdough to shine through. Chewy and crusty, it was accompanied by unsalted butter, salt flakes and black pepper. The flat white ($5) had full flavour that I enjoyed!

Parmesan Scallion Scone ($5)
- Thick, moist inside, not too dense or buttery
- Very strong and unique flavour with hints of ham
Love how this scone taste and this was one of the fluffier scones I've had (Though it can definitely be more fluffy). Not sure if I will pay $5 for it though.
Price: 6/10
Taste: 9/10
Overall: 7/10

Carrot Cake ($5)
- Very moist and not too dense
- Icing sugar at the top provided more sweetness to the subtly sweet cake but I don't think it was needed, seems like its just for aesthetics
- Though I love the moisture in the cake, it could have been more fragrant
Pretty average piece of carrot cake
Price: 5/10
Taste: 5/10
Overall: 5/10

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Tucked at the corner of Serene Centre, this unassuming stall sees a constant stream of customers - many of which were regulars. A good sign. Bakes were slightly pricing for my liking, and with the higher price tag I expected better bakes.

Lemon cake had blueberries in it, which gave an extra sour touch to the cake. Notwithstanding so, the cake lacked the sourness from lemon juice and zest. Cake was delightfully moist. Really hoped that there were more lemon taste.

Chocolate brownie fared a little better. Chocolatey with sprinkles of seasalt, coupled with crunchy hazelnut. However, both pastries were not heated up by staff, disappointingly.

Definitely a place to visit for some decent bakes and chill-time with friends.

Can’t go too wrong with grilled cheese but theirs made better with a trio of Brie, cheddar and mozzarella and balanced off with a hint of sourness from the sauerkraut (fermented cabbage) - doesn’t get to jelat too!


what a lovely place to drop by for some coffee and patries . all their pastries are homemade and freshly baked and theyre super good !! i had the cherry scone and mocha coffee for $10.50 altogether , definitely worth the money !! going back there more often now !

Fluffy fresh sourdough bread with lovely toasted crust. Paired with homemade nut butter and honey drizzle 🍯 and crunchy peanut 🥜

💸 $6

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