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183 Upper Thomson Road
#01-03 The Longhaus
Singapore 574429

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Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 05:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

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The sourdough toast was soft, chewy and tangy in the middle (my friend likened the texture to a minjiangkueh), while the crust was crunchy.

The nut butter wasn’t overly chunky, and was pretty nice, but I would have liked it better if there wasn’t a coconut oil taste. Nonetheless, I still enjoyed it, with the honey providing some sweetness.

The sage cream cheese + berry compote had a nice balance - the sage wasn’t overpowering! I liked that the cream cheese was very light and not jelat at all :)

The combination of ingredients in this sarnie was splendid! There was avo, red onions, tomato, chilli, fennel seeds, nuts, fried egg and cheese in between a sourdough roll topped with sesame seeds. The fennel seeds, chilli and raw red onions were really great additions, as they enhanced + complemented the flavour of the avo well. The sourdough roll was crusty and delicious as well :)

Had this during their toast bar pop-up! It was rather smooth and mellow, but it could have had a stronger/punchier coffee kick. The beans are from Cata Coffee.

I enjoyed this! The bun had a dense crumb but was soft and fluffy, with a tang from the sourdough used. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the salted caramel walnuts weren’t too sweet at all, and was a great topping. It is a pretty hefty bun, well worth the price in terms of taste, texture and portion size :)

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As its name suggests, the sourdough breads here are great, but you'll want to try their donuts too, which have a little tang to them. Burppler Ting C shares her expertise with us. "Doughnuts on Sunday only starting from 1pm. The doughnuts are fluffy and tangy - like those old school bakery fluffy doughnut but with a sour tang. Flavours change every 2-3 weeks (I think) and there are 2-3 flavours each time." Other creations to order include the Praline Brownie and Lemon Sesame Teacake.

Photo by Burppler aggs & xi :D

Doughnuts on Sunday only starting from 1pm.

The doughnuts are fluffy and tangy - like those old school bakery fluffy doughnut but with a sour tang. Flavours change every 2-3 weeks (I think) and there are 2-3 flavours each time.

I have tried 11 flavours (Cinnamon sugar, sumac sugar, cardamon sugar, earl grey glazed, vanilla glazed with sesame, almond and cinnamon, strawberry glazed, chocolate glazed with seasalt, maple glazed, mixed berries glazed, cinnamon glazed, passion fruit glazed with desiccated coconut) and my favourite is maple glazed.

Best doughnuts in Singapore for me but oh so elusive. Be prepared to queue, and wait and wait and sometimes they get sold out.

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