This three-outlet boulangerie by the Spa Esprit group is known for its coffee, tarts and French artisanal breads including the ever-popular croissant ($2.80) and the sinful Kouign-Amann ($3.50). The Raffles City outlet, however, also rolls out a full menu – just don’t expect to see the café-standard eggs Benedict on it. Instead, you'll find savoury-sweet pancake burgers such as the PB&B pancake burger ($23), that has spiced pork belly, caramelised-to-perfection bananas and ricotta cheese, drizzled with a good dose of sweet maple syrup, of course. Another wacky creation takes inspiration from okonomiyaki (Japanese cabbage pancakes), the Kim Cheesy pancake burger ($23) is a flavourful mix of kimchi-infused pancakes, sweet bean sauce, tofu, sauteed cabbage, green onions and crispy bread crumbs, topped with smoked bonito flakes.
On the healthier side of the menu is the Instagram-worthy Rainbow Rice Bowl ($18) with spicy pineapple kimchi, mixed sprouts, salsa verde and purple potato crisps, and an even heartier Rainbow Rice Bowl 2.0 version ($22) with crispy cucumber, avocado, chorizo and toasted almonds – both are topped with a sunny side up egg. Other offerings include the French onion burger ($23), DIY prawn croquette wraps ($21) and hand-pulled TBB flat bread ($18).
|Venue name:||Tiong Bahru Bakery (Raffles City)||Contact:|
#B1-11 Raffles City Shopping Centre
252 North Bridge Road
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am-10pm|