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

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Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

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National Day Special
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Part of TBB Stronger Together SG’ National Day Bundle
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Kouign Amann with a local twist
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The kouign amann had a crispy buttery texture and caramelised sugar glaze while bits of bak kwa and white sesame added a nice touch of savoury and nutty flavour
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Highly recommended!
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National Day Special
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Part of TBB Stronger Together SG’ National Day Bundle
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Using house-made kaya
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The croissant was nice and flaky while the kaya had a strong pandan paste and not too sweet which compliments the croissant
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couldn’t resist walking in and getting a kouigh amann after dinner; tbb’s kouigh amann truly never disappoints! it is a deceptively simple pastry — probably just mainly sugar, flour and butter — but it is really delicious. the exterior is crisp and caramelised and the interior is chewy, with the many layers adding a lovely texture. it is quite big but very addictive and tasty. a must-try :-)

$4.50++ | 10/10 🤩

The kouign amann is SO GOOD. Buttery, sugary, with crispy sides and a moist chewy centre! Surprisingly the green tea almond croissant paled in comparison. The raisin danish tasted more like a brioche than a puff pastry. I’m rly excited to try their other selections soon!! 🤩

They have sweet and savoury dish options with 2 sourdough waffles too but they cost $21 and $23 respectively. I decide to get this at half the price.

The waffles are soft, fluffy and sour with crystallised sugar on top. I have enjoyed sourdough breads and donuts with the sour tang and this sourdough waffle does have the tang but somehow I don’t enjoy it as much with the toppings.

I tried it with salted caramel, maple syrup, strawberry jam, butter and peanut butter. They all don’t complement the waffle. The waffles taste the best plain (on hindsight I should have sprinkled more sugar on top - I think the waffle works best with sugar)

Don’t go ordering this expecting it to taste like your regular waffles - it doesn’t. Order if you are a sourdough fan and if you prefer your waffles soft and fluffy.

Tiong Bahru Bakery is not exactly the most affordable place to grab desserts, but it’s one of the spots that consistently serves quality pastries.

The Kouign Amann is a must-have, in my opinion. It looks so simple but it’s so buttery and flakey. 🤩 And the caramelized exterior makes it so crispy. Yumz! It’s on the sweet side though so it might not be for everyone, but it’ll go well with a cup of tea / coffee :)

The croissants here are also delicious. Have tried a few different flavours (matcha, almond etc) and they’re all yummy. So far I haven’t had any misses here!

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