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A pastel blue cookie-centric café in Kaki Bukit

A sweet surprise awaits at the quiet neighbourhood of Kaki Bukit. Hidden within an industrial park lies Nasty Cookie Factory, the first, and largest, dine-in outlet of the homegrown bakery. 

It started out as a takeout store in Funan, where founder Regine Sum wanted to create Levain-style cookies that come stuffed with a molten middle. These outrageous creations soon drew a sugar-fuelled crowd, but it wasn’t till the stay-home period that demand really soared for Nasty Cookie. Bakes were snagged up within minutes when orders were opened, and Regine found herself struggling to keep up with production given the store’s limited area. 

She began looking for a second, bigger location. One that is roomy enough to fit more machines, more cookies – and more of her crazy ideas. Regine’s search led her to the heartlands, where she found a 4000 square feet space to set up a flagship shop: Nasty Cookie Factory. Inside, it houses a dine-in café, retail corner, central kitchen, and office. 

Those familiar with the Funan outlet will know that gooey filling – of Nutella, dulce de leche, and more – are piped directly into each cookie upon order. But over at Nasty Cookie Factory, there’s no need for this labour-intensive step. A special warmer has been installed to ensure the neat rows of sweet treats remain constantly toasty. 

Choose from an expanded selection of cookies: there’s the birthday cake ($5.50), created in conjunction with the brand’s anniversary; Matcha Mania ($5.50) with molten matcha lava; and the malty Milo Stylo ($5.50). And to pair with the cookies, Regine has also created a series of cold brew latte ($5.50), spiked with flavours of Nutella or Biscoff. But the sugar-coated bites are best washed down with cups of aromatic brews (from $4), made using a special Brazil and Columbia blend curated personally by Regine. Its nutty, floral profile, according to the co-owner, helps complement the cookies without overpowering their taste. 

There’s also a retail nook, filled with cute merchandise of reusable masks, socks, and tote bags for those looking to spice up their wardrobe. And before leaving, head over to the photo booth and strike a pose – the neat rows of Nasty Cookie boxes will make for a sweet addition to your Instagram feed. 

By: Fabian Loo

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Address: #01-02, Techview
1 Kaki Bukit View
Singapore
415941
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Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-8.30pm; Sat & Sun 1pm-8.30pm
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