My Mommy never fails to surprise me.
We also tried the Molasses Bun with Salmon and Cream Cheese (S$9). I've never seen this much variety of buns in my life! They got Squid Ink Bun, Molasses Bun, Cereal Bun, Curry Bun and more! Mommy and I instantly pointed the Molasses Bun out as we both love salmon. Paul said I took after my Mom in so many ways...except perhaps for her forever sexy waistline. :(
We also had the Chocolate Almond Croissant (S$4) which sadly paled in comparison to the two stellar breads that we had. It was soft yet flaky however I would have wanted it more chocolate-y.
I guess Mommy got really excited at the sight of the bread counter that she couldn't help but to also try the Mozzarella Bread. Sadly it failed our expectations as the bread was too tough to be sliced into half and it was quite chewy for us to enjoy fully.
It was a nice place to spend your weekend brunch as the neighborhood gives a very relaxed vibe as you watch aunties walking around with their market trolleys, families enjoying the weekend sun and (to my horror) pigeons flying around the area too. Admittedly though, the main branch at Tiong Bahru may be a bit hard to find so for those who will be staying within the city, they have a branch at Raffle City Shopping Centre and in TANGS Orchard too. Whether you're living here in Singapore or you're here for a visit, this is one place you should not miss.
Check out Tiong Bahru Bakery at 56 Eng Hoon Street #01-70, Singapore. Click here to visit their Facebook page.