The new Fredo’s Bakery in Sunset Way takes over from the space formerly occupied by Drips. According to a 30 August 2019 Straits Times article, baker Alfred Chan who used to be a partner in Drips now runs the place alone. It looks quite similar to the old place except for the name. The other thing that remains the same is the range of delectable cakes and pastries in this little shop in Clementi.Continue reading →
Sometimes referred to as the Killiney chocolate cake, the Belgium dark chocolate loaves by Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux are a hot favourite. Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux is a little bakery and cafe that occupies the first shop at the stretch of cafes and shops along Killiney Road (facing Singtel Shop Comcentre).
Concourse Skyline is the residential part of the spaceship-looking complex known as The Concourse along Beach Road. The other tower next to it houses the office block. The retail space at the bottom of Concourse Skyline appears to be a fledging collection of interesting eateries. One of them is the Wakey Wakey Cafe where we went for brunch recently. The other cafes in the stretch include Pizza Face, TORA Japanese restaurant, Big Sake Bar, Canelé Bordelais (specialty shop serving canele and beverages) and others.
Looking for a place to have a nice coffee break in the CBD? We have a suggestion for you. Providore Raffles Place is the flagship cafe and retail store of the Providore group in Singapore. The space that used to be just a patch of turf in between the two Raffles Place MRT exits has now been converted into various uses. At the Republic Plaza end of the space lies an attractive metal and glass building that houses Providore Cafe at Raffles Place.
There must be something about the air or water in Tiong Bahru. Bakeries there turn out good croissants. As you approach the Tiong Bahru neighbourhood, you see a cafe, Whisk, with its name in lights. You guessed it, Whisk Cafe in Tiong Bahru does pretty good croissants; and it is a nice little spot for afternoon tea as well as brunch or lunch.