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Wheat Baumkuchen Noodle & Pastry Bar (Toa Payoh)

European, German, Japanese, Western

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22 votes

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Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

Toa Payoh
$8 based on 6 reviews
Wheat Baumkuchen at Toa Payoh HDB Hub specialises in Baumkuchen, a traditional European layered cake that is popular in Japan. See what foodies like this place for
rejovanation • 28 Jul 201491 reviews 1 followers

[RELOCATED] this outlet has ceased operations.wheat baumkuchen is currently operating at one raffles place and asia square tower 1 food garden.

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  • Quiet4 votes
  • Dinner3 votes
  • Lunch3 votes
  • Orginal Japanese Log Cake from Wheat BaumkuchenOrginal Japanese Log Cake from Wheat Baumkuchen
  • Classic with fresh cream and strawberry preserveClassic with fresh cream and strawberry preserve
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rejovanation • 28 Jul 201491 reviews 1 followers

[RELOCATED] this outlet has ceased operations.wheat baumkuchen is currently operating at one raffles place and asia square tower 1 food garden.

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ms-skinnyfat • 29 Aug 2012226 reviews 44 followers

For pictures and more reviews, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.com 
 
Tucked away in the hot and humid neighborhood of Toa Payoh, this cafe is a cool breath of air serving cold tossed Japanese style noodles amidst all that hawker food. It is easy to miss this because you wouldn't be expecting it next to all the duck rice and nasi lemak stalls. I wouldn't say that it's the best place to dine at because it's really stuffy. Thank...

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Daniel_Ang • 16 Jan 201233 reviews 1 followers

Must Tries – Baumkuchen, Reindeer Grey Soba, Penguin Green Soba 
We were rather surprised to find the famous German Baumkuchen at this humble shop in Toa Payoh. Also known as the “tree cake”, Baumkuchen earned its reputation as “The King of Cakes” in Germany. Recently the cake has also become one of the most popular pastries in Japan as it’s commonly presented at Japanese weddings due to its ring shape, symbolising everlasting love.
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