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43 Jalan Merah Saga
Singapore 278115

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08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Not technically a coffee and I normally wouldn't drink these hipster-ish kind of thing but I was really intrigued by this brilliant blue drink ($6.20) so I decided to give it a shot. It was served in a glass cup that showed off the perfectly aerated foam and its deep blue hue.

The milk gets its color from blue pea flower and its made with coconut milk. It's got a really exotic pandan-ish flavor. I like that coconut milk is thinner and not as rich and creamy as dairy milk which can get jelak.

Overall a very interesting drink indeed! Not something I'd order again, but something that I'd definitely remember about TBB.

At $7.20, this cappuccino doesn't exactly run for cheap but I thoroughly enjoyed it. TBB gets their beans from a local roaster, Common Man Coffee Roasters and their beans are really of superior quality.

That delicious deep nutty flavor paired perfectly with the rich, buttery pastries TBB sells. The foam is well-aerated, smooth and creamy. That hint of chocolatey bitterness from the cocoa powder on top was the cherry on the cake.

They have a choice of several milks and I had this made with low-fat milk. Still tasted really creamy though; the magic of aerating milk. 😊

This pastry ($4.50) is apparently the 'fattiest pastry in all of Europe' and stands for 'butter cake' in the Breton language.

Well whatever, cause this glistening pastry sent me into a bread heaven and I'm not coming down for a while. Made with French butter with caramelized sugar, this pastry has a flaky, layered core and a crispy caramelized exterior. Like the lovechild between a danish and a croissant and then rolled in sugar and baked itself.

It's to be honest, absolutely delicious. Just that awesome sweet crunch and then the coil of pastry unraveling to reveal buttery flaky interior. Ah. My taste buds are blessed.


Look at that glistening surface of the custard. How can such a beautiful pastry ($7.50) not taste just absolutely delicious? And indeed it was!

A crunchy, buttery tart shell is filled to the brim with a delightful lemony custard. The custard is actually super creamy on the inside (think mayonnaise-like consistency which is just slides down the throat super smoothly) and just burst with a tangy, refreshing, citrus flavor.

There is a perfect crust to filling ratio however I would have preferred the tart shell to be more easily broken through? It took some real work with a fork to cut through it and crumbs flew all over the place when I managed to do so. Still a really delicious dessert.


Nice little pastry but pretty average and definitely not the best. Though glazed with just the right amount of sweetness, I wished it was a little less stale and more flaky. The centre has a nice chewy sweet interior but the exterior still has room for improvement in terms of flakiness and butteriness. That being said, TBB generally delivers pretty good pastries and was pretty impressed by the price for their basic pastries. Plenty of seats with water provided, definitely a nice place for afternoon tea 👍🏻👍🏻


Flaky, buttery filled with chocolate every bite. Love it! The ambience of the place is great too! 7.0/10