Month: February 2016

Bao Makers – New Hipster Cafe in Singapore, Horne Road

Bao Makers stands out with its East meets West concept, a change from the usual brunch food served in cafes in Singapore. As the name suggests, this cafe and bakery specialises in the chinese-styled buns aka 包 serves with chilli-crab, salted egg yolk, etc. Located amongst many new hipster cafes in Horne Road, they too serve specialty coffee and desserts on top of their specialty baos. Read on. . .

Bridge Singapore – Cafe by day, Restaurant.Bar by night

Bridge is a contemporary modern European cafe / restaurant.bar located right opposite Raffles Hotel Singapore. They have been around for quite awhile now, but the recent salted egg yolk croissant craze in Singapore has put them back on the radar. We decided to pay this cafe a second visit to see how their Salted Egg Lava Croissant fared amongst the rest and revisited their menu. Read on. . .

What to eat in Singapore – Everything Truffle

Truffle fries, truffle mash, truffle chips . . it’s no secret that the truffle hype wouldn’t die anytime soon, so here’s a list of truffle food items from cafes, restaurants and hawker centres that we have tried, reviewed and our verdict!

Tanuki Raw

Cafes in Singapore | Tanuki Raw

Truffle Yakiniku Don

Price: $14.80
Pan-seared US black angus short rib, onsen egg, truffle soy sauce over Tanuki’s signature mixed rice Read on. . .

Bridge Singapore – Salted Egg Yolk Croissant

The salted egg yolk croissant fever is catching on quick in Singapore thanks to Flavour Fling, Antoinette, Black & Ink. . . Bridge being enterprising and not wanting to be left out, launched their own Salted Egg Lava Croissant  and Truffle Custard Croissant on 5th Feb 2016.

Bridge Cafe - Salted Egg Lava Croissant

Salted Egg Lava Croissant

Price: $5.90 Read on. . .

Coast and Company – Cafe in Singapore East

Coast and Company – a little gem in the midst of private housing estate in the Siglap area, is a refreshing break amidst the cafe scene in Singapore. Opened by the same people behind Loysel’s Toy, Chye Seng Huat Hardware, Papa Palheta started off as a solely coffee-roasting and wholesale business and to date, owns four cafes – three prior mentioned and one in Malaysia. It wasn’t the easiest cafe to spot, since we literally drove rounds before we realised it was there all along. Read on. . .