Does Pantler have the best cream puff in Singapore?
Singapore’s food scene has seen no lack of cafes specialising in pastries, but not many can boast of being a mainstay in the scene for as long as Pantler has been.
Petit Pain might have one of the scariest queues in Singapore, but are the croissants worth it?
Nestled in a quaint and unassuming shop space in Katong, Petit Pain produces some of the most popular pastries in Singapore. Alas, with their secluded location and the excruciating queues, have you wondered if they are worth the pain? Quite possibly so.
A bright star of the thriving artisan bakery scene, a micro bakery with tremendous heart
Micro Bakery is a relative newcomer that has already solidified their stature in the artisan bakery scene in the span of year. Sourdough is ubiquitous in Singaporeright now. It’s certainly a thriving scene for such a niche, and they are at the heart of the boom.
Crowds flocking to some of the best croissants Singapore has to offer.
Stateland Coffeehouse has been reborn as Brotherbird Coffeehouse. The previously popular cafe known for unique items like their mochi donut softserve shuttered late last year. They have rebranded for their offshoot, Brother Bird to take the main stage.