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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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Came here to sketch and just chill! Ordered a nice cinnamon roll which you could tell was homemade! Only complaint is the heat and the lack of fans and cooling, making it quite unpleasant if you easily get hot! However, do come try out the rest of their dishes and tartines! 🌍😳

House ricotta tartine with oven roasted tomatoes, baby spinach, basil.

The ricotta is so good - creamy yet light so you won’t feel gelat finishing the tartine by yourself. The oven roasted tomatoes add a nice sweetness and all the components work well together. The bread is also soft yet crusty at the edges ( I hate good bread that are unnecessarily over toasted). Love the bread and ricotta.

I prefer this to their ciabatta “sandwich of the day”. The ciabatta was good but I did not enjoy the combination of cold roasted carrots, feta and ciabatta.

Their coffee is robust - which I like - and chocolate chip buckwheat cookie is soooo good.

This took us by surprise.. I never knew that pairing seasoned seaweed with creamy scrambled eggs sat so well with a slice of warm french buttered sourdough bread $12
Add a side of avocado and you can take my money already

Their sourdough bread is the star here which pairs tastefully with dates and cream cheese
IMHO I also found their banana walnut poundcake to be one of the best ones around SG

(New outlet at The Red House @ Katong)

I’m aware the focus makes it seem like the nut butter toast was much more memorable than the grilled cheese, when in fact, they were both very palatable! As usual, the sourdough was amazing - warm, fluffy and still substantial on the inside with a crisp crust that isn’t too hard like others may produce - i haven’t been disappointed by the bread here before!

The nut butter is a combination of hazelnut (which tastes like an upgraded nutella with a pleasant coarser mouthfeel), honey and what appears to be peanut/hazelnut ? It went well with the toast, and i imagine it would make a nice light breakfast if paired with coffee. Apparent sea salt seemed to be slightly lacking though. I was glad that the grilled cheese came with refreshing sauerkraut and a side of tomato puree sauce - you won’t enjoy the latter if you don’t like coriander though.

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!