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$13/pax

based on 48 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
croissant8 votes
Kouign Amann7 votes
chocolate croissant5 votes
Squid Ink Baguette3 votes

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Brunch24 votes
Breakfast23 votes
High Tea15 votes
Lunch14 votes
Take Away12 votes
Vibrant/Noisy12 votes
Chillout11 votes
Children/Family7 votes
Hidden Find6 votes
People Watching6 votes
After Work5 votes
Relaxed4 votes
Business Breakfast3 votes
Dinner3 votes
Trendy3 votes

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Slpygypsy
 • 06 Aug 2014 2 reviews 0 follower
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I came here with high expectations and was not disappointed. This casual, relaxed cafe boasts a large selection of breads and desserts that will keep it coming back.

The squid ink burger came with smoked salmon, arugula, parma ham and pesto. The flavors blend perfectly with every mouthful.
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Must tries: Squid Ink Bun, Apple Crumble, chocolate croissant

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Jean Ng
 • 25 Jul 2014 1 review 0 follower
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Quite overrated. Went with high expectation but it's quite average. But the mixed berry tart is not bad, worth trying though overpriced.
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scarlettelily
 • 26 Jun 2014 7 reviews 0 follower
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Tiong Bahru Bakery is one of those places most people have heard of before they've tried it. I remember the excitement surrounding the outlet in Raffles Place when it first opened but it was only recently that I had the opportunity to try it myself.

Since it has been renovated, the original bakery is a nice, trendy spot that is good for a quick catch up over coffee and sweets. Since it was famous for its croissants, I ordered one and a flat white. I found the croissant quite disappointing as it was denser that I expected. I prefer the traditional style of croissants with light, flakey pastry and a soft, fluffy interior. Even the flat white was ordinary at best. For the price, I've definitely had much better elsewhere.

Since my first visit, I have tried their pan au chocolat and chocolate brioche. I felt that the brioche was better than the pan au chocolat and the plain croissant, but nothing has given me a reason to return. (except when someone else picks the meeting spot)

The main positives are the ambience and the lovely, cheerful service staff.

All in all, it may be a matter of preference, but I am not a fan of this place.
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