Tiong Bahru Bakery, Singapore

Tiong Bahru Bakery by Gontran Cherrier & Spa Esprit Group came highly recommended by a couple of friends when they learnt that I was on a cafe-hopping quest.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore
1. the pastry counter at Tiong Bahru Bakery

This one at the corner of Eng Hoon Street in the up-and-coming expats enclave of Tiong Bahru, is one of three outlets in the chain. The other two are in Tangs Orchard and Raffles City.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore
2. full house during brunch

It was full-house when we were there for brunch. I would say that without a menu, and yet with so many choices of sandwiches, pastries and coffee, the experience could be overwhelming.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore
3. cappucino

First, you need to queue at the counter, give the food and drink choices a glance and make your order. Then find your table, if there’s any seat left! Yes, that’s how popular the artisan bakery is.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore
4. the building of Tiong Bahru Bakery in Singapore

I am not someone who likes to dine at a crowded place, or have the patience to wait to be served. But to really try the food (and coffee) here, one trip is definitely insufficient.

And so, I reserve my comments, although Wei Sim said to try the squid ink buns!

Tiong Bahru Bakery
Add: 56, Eng Hoon Street, Singapore 160056.
Tel: +65 6220 3430
Email: enquiries@tiongbahrubakery.com
Web: http://www.tiongbahrubakery.com/

Business hours:
8am – 8pm (Sun – Thurs)
8am – 10pm (Fri & Sat)

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With love

15 thoughts on “Tiong Bahru Bakery, Singapore

  1. Im pretty sure the bread prepared there are really fresh from the oven. WOOHOO. Adding this to my list of places to visit when im in Singapore.

  2. Love how the building and the display counter looks like. Although I’m not a coffee person but wouldn’t mind to just hang out here and catch up with friends.

  3. I visited Singapore b4.. There are many food restaurants so we don’t know which is one best. All things always change when their country improved so every time. I will try Tiong bahru bakery! 😉 nice coffee..

  4. it does look really crowded. But hey, where there’s good food, the crowd is usually there too!

    an exception to this rule: some are just overrated, made for tourists fare.

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