Now that Tiong Bahru Bakery has opened a new branch in Raffles City, it is so much easy to grab a good cup of coffee and sinful pastries.
So much to choose from! But we finally settled on these
The squid ink bread was ridiculously soft, I was so surprised when I poked it and realized how squishy it was! For some reason, it looked really hard in the display. For those who are wondering how squid ink bread taste like, very muted but pleasant. Do try! The sandwich, with ham was delightfully salty.
The star of the bakery, in my opinion kouign amann. No doubt deserving its spot in I.S' top 50 things to eat in Singapore. One sweet, sticky, flaky pastry perfect with coffee.
The croissant was another winner. Intricate layers of pastry, melt in your mouth without the need for any butter. The skill of the baker really came true.
Cant say the same about desserts though, the lemon tart was wayyy too hard and made eating a chore.