252 North Bridge Road
#B1-11 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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One of our favourite pastries at any Tiong Bahru Bakery restaurant. We went at 8 am in the morning and the warm croissant came with a buttery fragrance. The croissant was crispy on the outside and really buttery on the inside and this is exactly what we love about TBB's croissants. The almonds were really generous although we always feel that the green tea powder could be more concentrated to give the croissant that distinct slight bitterness characteristic of green tea. Nonetheless, for $5.50++, it is still pretty worth it especially given that the pastry is pretty big!

The Tiong Bahru Bakery at Raffles City can get pretty crowded towards 9 am so don't be surprised to find that you have to queue to get a seat, especially on weekends!

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Available from 3 Nov - 10 Dec
French classic with a Singaporean twist
Creamy pandan custard encased in a crunchy buttery crust

More like custard soaked bread with raisins instead of a danish. Bread was dry in parts not soaked with custard. Needs more raisins.

Won’t get it again.

For only $4.50, you get a really buttery croissant with chocolate paste inside, and covered with pieces of almond on the outside. It tasted sweeter and more buttery than their other croissants, although my main complaint would be that the chocolate paste was not distributed evenly, and was mostly on one end of the croissant. While it was my first time trying it, I think I will go back for the green tea almond croissant in future! 😅

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[Verdict: Terryfic 👍🏻] I dare say you can’t go wrong with the Kouign Amann from @tiongbahrubakery. They are apparently the first (or one of the first) to bring in this sinfully delicious Brittany viennoiserie onto Singapore’s shores. If you haven’t already tried this, please do.

It’s a huge piece and it’s so good that you’ll finish it all. Don’t count the calories or sugar in it to prevent a shock-induced heart attack. Quite a good deal for $5++.

Why is it sinful?

Copious amounts of sugar is sprinkled between many layers of laminated dough made with quality French butter. That same dough is then swirled to give its distinct appearance.

The end result is a crispy, flaky exterior that’s coated with caramelised sugar. On the inside, it’s fragrant, soft and buttery.

If you’re wondering why it can be a bit salty within the crispy pastry, that’s because salt is one of the key ingredients.

Super shiok. The girlfriend described it best - it's the bom prata in an angmoh country.