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56 Eng Hoon Street
#01-70
Singapore 160056

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Friday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

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Overall, pastries were quite yummy but sandwiches were hard as a rock. Even after asking them to toast the sandwiches, it was still quite tough to eat. Coffee was not bad as well. Generally I wouldn’t say the food was amazing, but definitely a good place to consider for a wide variety of decent pastries!

Christmas special! Blackcurrant tart explodes in your mouth and is well balanced by the crust at the base, not making it seem too sweet ($9.50).

An absolute classic and a must-try at every bakery. TBB's version cost $3.75 and certainly met the benchmark for an excellent croissaint.

I love how invitingly crispy and flaky it is on the outside and how it crumbles when you first bite into it, but pulls apart to reveal a soft, fluffy, doughy center. The rich buttery flavor permeates the pastry and it is really a well done work of art.

My dining partner taught me to order some milk coffee on the inside to dip the croissaint into. So I dipped pieces of my croissant into a piccolo latte and believe it or not, it tasted even better. Kind of like dipping kaya toast in egg to make it even richer and more complex in flavor.

This delicate dessert cost $10.50 but tasted amazing. A light, airy, crispy choux pastry was cut in half and filled with a rich hazelnut paste and a vanilla-flavored cream. Embedded into the cream and garnished at the top were roasted peanuts.

I love the combination of sweet vanilla cream and salty peanuts. And there was the earthiness of the nuts that just cuts through all the fluffy textures of the cream and pastry, which were not overly sweet. Such a delightful, savory twist on the classic profiterole.

Faint taste of green tea & not much different from the original almond one leaning on the sweet not bitter end of the spectrum.

G.T lovers like myself - don’t expect matcha satisfaction from this!🍵😞

Since I have always patronise Timing Bahru Bakery for their sweets, thought I would give their savory products a go. Turn out, it's better sticking to their hot selling products sometimes because the salmon quiche failed to shine. The crust was a tad too soft for my liking and the salmon came out in clumps and is overly dry and hard.

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