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Bread & Hearth 26/07/19 Cinnamon Bun ($2.90) - Fluffy and moist bun - Not overly sweet but would have preferred more cinnamon glaze and cream cheese frosting on top - Tangy cream cheese frosting, complementing the sweet cinnamon filling - Layers of cinnamon filling within the bun's interior Overall, huge comforting cinnamon bun that is not cloyingly sweet. Price: 8.5/10 (For the portion size, this is actually quite value-for-money) Taste: 9/10 Overall: 9/10 (Must-try over here) Currant Cream Scone ($3.40) - 'With rum soaked raisin' Crunchy and sweet exterior, but this scone was even denser and drier than the one at Bake Of. The saving grace would be its sweet cinnamon sugar crust. Price: 6/10 Taste: 5.5/10 Overall: 5.5/10 (There's definitely better things to try here) Almond Chocolate ($3.80) - Very crunchy and strong notes of almond in the almond cream crust - Loads of semi-sweet chocolate filling within - Buttery, moist and fluffy puff pastry Overall, a very rich and hearty pastry; Very guilty to eat but very satisfying Price: 7/10 (Average price) Taste: 9/10 Overall: 8/10 More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0p6PiOgb_A/?igshid=1c6jj3ljkz5b5
Pecan Cranberry Bread And Flat White A little disappointed with the weak flat white. Diluted and thin . Pecan and cranberry bread was ordinary although cited as the shop’s signature bread . Go for their pastries like the croissant 🥐 instead and skip the coffee .
Pizza & Croissant Located in Keong Saik, this peaceful and quiet nook is the perfect spot for the weekend brunch. Serving handmade artisanal bread, their croissant is a must-have. Wonderfully light and puffy, the use of Normandy French butter gives it the richness one will expect from a croissant. Their pizzas were doughy and filled with ingredients. Good but not great. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
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Mocha ($5.70) First time visiting this place because of its ample seating space on a very crowded Friday. There’s three storeys! It was okay but way too sweet at the bottom.
“テロアヤで見つけたマフィン屋さん” 最近どんどん加速しているマフィン熱。 こちらもまだまだ続いているテロアヤ朝活の帰り際に。 事前に調べていたイメージとは何故か全然違う店構えで、地図で見てもそこにあるはずのマフィン屋さんがなく、行ったり来たりしてしまった。 別に奥まった場所にある訳でもなく、通りに面して普通にオープンしてるのに、なかなかわかりずらいです(笑) 夜はバーになるのね。 で、昼間はマフィン売ってるのね。 マフィン屋さんという概念を捨てて、バーをイメージして探せばすぐ見つかるかも。 店内は薄暗くて、ショーケース内のマフィンも2列目以降まったく写らない(笑) お店の人は明るく気さくでフレンドリー。 マフィンは1つ$3.3〜$3.5。 この日は4種類置いてありました。 マフィン6つ+クッキーのセットが$18でお得です。 セットで買うと可愛いショップバッグに入れてくれます。 クッキーは新作だというアップル&ピーチをチョイス。 マフィンは小ぶりのしっとりめで子供に好評でした。 子供はしっとりマフィンが好きなのね。 #themuffinry @themuffinry #マフィン持って走る人 #見かけたらそれ私です #シンガポールグルメ#シンガポール生活 #シンガポールライフ #シンガポール #シンガポール在住 #シンガポール旅行 #lovesg #singapura #singaporelife #シンガポールで子育て #instasingapore #singaporeinsta #sgig #igsg #singaporecafe#sgcafe#sweettooth#sgcafehopping#hungrygowhere#eatoutsg#nomnom#eeeeats#foodpics#burpple#みど朝活隊
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Tuna Croque Monsiuer ($4.80+), Olive Bread ($3.20+), Chocolate Almond Muffin ($3.50+), Scone ($3.20+) Holidays mean treatyoself?? #2 Someone i find influential at work sang praise about the croque monsieur at Providore Quote: “I’ve never tasted such good soft yet viscous cheese in my life”; he was quite right about the melted and baked cheese-milk-butter atop 2 slices of premium white bread with my choice of tuna (instead of the usual ham). Besides that the bakes from Providore were faultless save for the scone which was dense enough yet with an aftertaste that was lacklustre(if I make sense).
Chai Latte ($7.50++) One of the commendable cuppa chai in town (literally) till I find something better P.S: easy for those who are not a fan Masala Chai, which is really an acquired taste.
Assorted cheese [$49.28] Grabbed some cheeses for takeaway this time! These were meant for a BBQ event hence it was more sensible to go for the hard ones, less messy and perfect for snacking. I am very pleased with my choices and they turned out to be absolutely stellar with their own unique distinct flavor profile. The 36 months matured Gouda was dense and complex, with notes of caramel. It has a crumbly hard texture, like parmigiano. In fact, there were crunchy, white crystals throughout the cheese, which i learned are actually tyrosine, an amino acid and a sign of a well aged cheese. The Comte on the other hand was predominantly sweet and nutty, it was a lot milder, creamier & softer. I like the way it’s flavor lingers pleasantly on the palate. The semi hard Manchego truffle cheese has a rich intoxicating taste without being cloying. Delicate balance of tart and buttery, definitely a stand out in this platter! The dried mulberries are perfect for snacking and cleanses the palate between cheeses!
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Best bread in Singapore. Not a hyperbole. Having had amazing sourdough from many great artisanal bakeries, nothing made me squeal internally like this unassuming loaf. - This Magic of the Moon ($2.50) is a steal at that price. The crust crackled, quite resoundingly, with such a nonchalance. And the fluffy white interior was magically chewy and fluffy due to the right ratio of moistness and doughiness. - Of course bread texture depends on preference. But at $2 50, I could eat this everyday.
The breads are undoubtedly awesome. I choose the bread platter which is the chef’s recommended breads. I managed to try many varieties of bread they offer. It is served with maple honey syrup, butter, brie, prosciutto ham and guacamole. Everything is just complimenting each other. On the other hand, the egg sandwich is a definite winner. The bread is super soft and moist filled with the delectable filling which is well-seasoned and super tasty. With no exaggeration, every bite transported me back a memory of Japan. I will definitely come back.
For Simple Quality Pastries at Robertson Quay Good for brunch with a friend is this tiny minimalistic Japanese bakery just a short walk away from UE square. Order the satisfying and incredibly tasty Fluffy Shokupan Sandwich ($8.50) that sees big chunks of egg mixed with creamy mayo. Simple but also yummy is the Butter Cinnamon Sugar Toast ($3.50) with crisp edges and a fluffy centre blanketed in cinnamon, butter and sugar. Grab an Almond Croissant ($5) to-go for a truly decadent tea time treat at home — it’s perfect when paired with black coffee. Photo by Burppler Dex Neo
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