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297 Tanjong Katong Road
Singapore 437080

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Last weekend, I stumbled upon a little bakery tucked inside @with_a_pinch_of_salt, a casual restaurant on Tanjong Katong Road. Occupying a small area near the front, @chefybakehouse isn’t actually new, but have been selling their handmade, freshly-baked and preservatives-free cookies from that spot for some time. There’s a sign outside welcoming people to do some sampling, so without hesitation, in I went.
After tasting a small assortment, I bought a few jars of the “Butter Coffee” and Chefybakehouse’s bestseller, the “Almond”. Both turned out to be really good for different reasons.
The “Butter Coffee” has a light crunchiness that transitions into a lovely melt-in-the-mouth texture while the fragrant “Almond” boasts a savoury tinge and firmer crunch. After I’d shared the cookies with her at work the next day, @rainraineeataway said that the former reminded her very much of the popular Hong Kong brand - “Jenny Bakery”. I couldn’t agree more.

2 Likes

Much had been said by others about mediocre food and the cosy ambience over here at With A Pinch Of Salt. In fact, because of the baby blue and pink decor here, this eatery appears to be a popular venue for those children’s parties during weekends especially.

Anyway back to my visit to WAPOS, of which I only came for the desserts after a good meal before this somewhere else. I ordered the Choco Lava (S$5.90) which was highly recommended by who I would reckon to be the lady boss. I did not quite mind the waiting time as we all know, lava cakes are best made-to-order.

And when the dessert was served to my table, it did look pretty impressive, with a large scoop of ice cream over the cupcake size of a chocolate lava cake. The turning point for me was probably when I planted the spoon into the cake...... given that it was moist inside, it turned out that the cake was overcooked, for the “lava” had already solidified.

I think if given a return visit next time, I’ll probably skip the desserts here and go for their main course or something else. I must clarify that it is not that the food tastes bad, but just that by far the flavours was not impressionable either.

3 Likes

“tired” of it after few bites as the grilled salmon was too dry .. would be better if there is more sauce too.