9 King Albert Park
#01-05 KAP
Singapore 598332

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Saturday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Nice little cafe at KAP, artisan pastries are very delicate and on point. The baker is very customercentric and makes my visit a pleasant experience. Good tasting coffee, pain au chocolat & macarons. Will go back for more.

$7.50 for PF tart
The pain au chocolat was $5 ish I think (can’t rmb) I really enjoyed both but I preferred the tangy tart and the croissant was p standard!! And I’m not rly a nuts person so it was okay only ~

PF tart: 8/10 (pretty small portion :/)
Pain Au Chocolat: 7/10 (can’t go wrong w chocolate and croissants!)

Interesting flavours like salted egg and milk tea flavoured macaroons. Would be expensive without one for one deal. Had the peppermint and berries tea. Would recommend this place if you are around the area!

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I liked the macarons here. They’re not overwhelmingly sweet and each macaron captured their individual flavours quite well.

What stood out for me, personally, was the Salted Egg Yolk x Curry macaron. Who knew you could have this in a macaron - and M plot did it really well. It seemed a little weird when I first saw it on display, but I’m glad I was adventurous enough to give it a try - because I was pleasantly surprised! I really enjoyed the salty creamy egg yolk accompanied by the curry spice flavours. I probably couldn’t eat very much of it, but it was fun to try.

We visited this cafe on an early Saturday morning and it was easy to get a seat for two. There’s a seating area on the second floor with a nice view.

Used the 1 for 1 deal of 2 macarons and a pot of tea, which ended up being around $6 each. The pistachio and yuzu macarons were very good, but the pot of earl grey was just that- not sure what I was expecting. The other flavours available are berries, peppermint and chamomile. (My friend had the chamomile and it was really chamoMILD.) Would recommend you to make your own tea at home and come just for the pastries. Didn’t try the coffees, so maybe that was a better deal. The ambience is pretty nice for a chill hangout after lunch or dinner.

Sweet chocolate drink. Give it a try if you are a chocolate lover

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