310 Orchard Road
#01-16B Tangs Orchard
Singapore 238864

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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

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

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Certainly a unique choice for breakfast, but we decided to get the lemon tart anyway as we wanted to try something new at TBB! The lemon tart comes with a butter crust filled with a lemon-based pudding. The crust was really buttery and it wasn't too hard; it is somewhat similar to the exterior of an egg tart except that it isn't flaky. The pudding was soft and the lemon flavour was really concentrated! As the sourness does pack a powerful punch, you may not want to order this if sour food isn't your kind of thing.

While we loved the refreshing flavour of the lemon tart, we thought it was really pricey as it costs almost $8 and yet it is much smaller than most of the other pastries at TBB. Would not suggest getting this too often as there are more value-for-money options at TBB!

The green tea almond croissant is one of our favourite pastries at any Tiong Bahru Bakery restaurant. Go early in the morning and the croissants are served warm with a nice buttery fragrance! The croissant was crispy on the outside and really buttery on the inside and this is exactly what we love about the croissants at TBB!

Although the almonds were really generous, we think this outlet was a tad too stingy on the green tea powder as the croissant only appeared slightly green and it didnt look all that different from the almond croissant! Furthermore, the green tea powder could be more concentrated to give the croissant that distinct slight bitterness that should be 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 outlet at Tangs is pretty small and given that some table are reserved for bigger groups, the outlet may fill up really quickly! πŸ˜… Hence, do go early as you may need to queue a while before you get a seat!

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Sour Power Juice - $7.80
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Concoctions of soursop, starfruit, cucumber & green apple juice. That explains the green appearance, but surprisingly refreshing, not as sour as I thought. Love the juice, great coffee or tea alternative at TBB
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Tong Bahru Bakery
@tiongbahrubakery

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This particular outlet is great for shoppers wanting to find a rest spot before their next location. From their crowd favourite croissants to the savoury sandwiches and sweet treats, you can pair these pastries with drinks such as the TBB Teh Tarik and Kombucha other than their regular coffee and tea options. Try your luck when you order their plain croissant and you might just get the golden croissant to win a year’s supply of croissants.
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✨ Tiong Bahru Bakery
πŸ“ 6 Scotts Road, Scotts Square, 01-06/07, Singapore 228209
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TBB Scotts Square, with A comfy 36 seater(more spacious compare to TANG Outlet), and also have exclusive Rooibos Kombucha for this outlet.
For me the must pastry to order is the plain croissant.
Flaky, light, with many layers πŸ˜‹.

πŸ“Tiong Bahru Bakery.
6 Scotts Road
#01-06/07
Singapore 228209.

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It was our first time seeing the chocolate Kouign Amann on display at Tiong Bahru Bakery and we had to give it a try! The texture of the pastry is very similar to that of the cafe's famous Kouign Amann, being crispy and to some extent, a little tough as well.

However, the inside of this pastry is very different as it was full of chocolate and it did not taste as buttery as the normal version. We think the cafe used dark chocolate as the chocolate filling was slightly bitter, which is actually a good thing on hindsight as the pastry might have been too cloying. Nonetheless, we prefer the usual Kouign Amann as we miss the buttery overload! Note that the Chocolate version is priced slightly higher at $6++, although it is still significantly cheaper than most of the other savoury croissants at TBB!

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