There’s always room for dessert, and – we dare say – pastries. Beautifully baked, oozing rich buttery fragrance, packing those little bites of carefully selected flavours, and, most importantly, presented in arrays of vivid colours and inviting shapes.
Like a child drawn to the wonders and visual spectacle of magic shows, we share these new delightful spots so you too may indulge.
Appease your sweet cravings and set your sights on these 3 new pâtisseries that go above and beyond the usual pastry shelves.
A premium line by the world-renowned brand known for their exquisite Japanese bakes with uncompromising quality. YATSUDOKI takes it up a notch by offering the same consistent excellence but with their own versions of long-running favourites and a range of exclusive items. They also boast an on-site baking kitchen to offer freshly-baked treats daily.
Only available at YATSUDOKI, delights baked on-site include their Freshly Custard Fresh Cream Puffs, made with fresh milk delivered directly from the farm at Yatsugatake Mountain, Premium Japanese Apple Pies, made with Fuji apples, and the traditional sugar-coated Premium Leaf Pies.
A new artisanal bakery café nestled within the electric charm of Hamilton Road’s quiet industrial space. Named after the French word for the leavening agent used in baking, this cosy minimalist café presents a baking journey that will intrigue your senses with its extensive range of French classics and unique creations.
Among their must-try pastries are the Bo Bo Cha Cha Croissant, Burnt Cheese Croissant, and the quirky Speculoos Cruffin.
A name that needs no introduction as one of Singapore’s most prominent bakery-cafés, Tiong Bahru Bakery Maju opens in the the quaint Serangoon Gardens enclave, offering residents in the area quality French bakes at their doorstep. True to the brand’s vision, this outlet offers the same idyllic vibes that define its neighbourhood so you may now escape from the city’s bustle and still enjoy your favourite TBB pastries.