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Valrhona Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Sables ($3) Second time buying this. This is one big ass cookie that is almost as wide as their chocolate croissant. It is slightly crunchier than I would have like this time round (I prefer chewy to crunchy cookie) but the flavours are good. It is a very rich, very chocolately cookie with generous amount of sea salt sprinkled on top. You can taste molten chocolate, dark chocolate cookie and salt in very bite. A perfect treat for dark chocoholics.
Ting
5w
Mushroom, Chipotle and Caramelised Onion Croissant The croissant is incredibly flaky on the outside and very soft on the inside. It tasted fantastic even without heating up - you know almost all savoury croissants taste good heated up but this doesn’t even need that. The filling is surprisingly spicy and taste good. The filling is not a lot compared to the size of the croissant (which is huge) and I like that because the highlight to me is the croissant. The same goes for their chocolate croissant. I like that it does not have big glob of nauseatingly sweet chocolate filling or Nutella (ew no!) inside. I like that they do sourdough bakes and have tried their plain, chocolate, almond, mushroom croissants. Nothing else in Singapore compares.
Ting
6w
Lemon Cake ($4.50/slice) I’m not a fan of lemon or sour cakes, but my colleague is. Fortunately for me, the cake itself is not sour. It’s a soft, moist, dense pound cake with a strong lemon fragrance but with a slight zest. The sourness actually comes from the icing, which I’d recommend rationing out over the cake because it is pretty sour. Overall, for $4.50, I wouldn’t buy this again although the cake itself was nice. I’d much rather spend that money on their signature almond croissants.
Melissa
7w
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Matcha Latte ($7) Matcha flavour is mild in Baker & Cook’s matcha latte. Okay for a quick fix, but there’re other places nearby that serve up better matcha lattes. Did like the small brownie cube provided to go along with their beverages, which was chocolatey and soft.
Melissa
4w
Cappuccino (Regular, $5.80 + $1 Soy Milk) My strongest impression of this cuppa is the extremely thick and creamy foam layer. It’s also dusted with cocoa powder - yums! The coffee taste is quite strong in this one and it felt like the milk-coffee ratio was skewed. Overall still not bad!
Melissa
4w
Chocolate Lamington ($5.80) & Chocolate Almond Croissant ($4.30) Chocolate Lamington was like a crumbly chocolate cake coated with dessicated coconut. While it was soft, the cake was on the dry side. We did appreciate that the chocolate flavour was prominent and that the lamington was not just chocolate-coloured. The chocolate almond croissant was served slightly warm which melts the chocolate filling and really helps increase enjoyment of this pastry. The croissant texture here can’t hold a candle to the airy, crisp, flaky likes of Mother Dough or OMC, but I appreciated the generous amounts of molten chocolate filling and almond slices. Even though there’s no marzipan filling, I’d choose this chocolate croissant over Mother Dough’s anytime due to the amount of chocolate inside. However, OMC’s is a clear winner in this category. Still nice to pick up if you’re craving a quick bite as Baker & Cook is conveniently located in Bugis Junction!
Melissa
4w
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