Keong Saik Bakery

January 25, 2019

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Shop/Food Review

Mr MRT Says:

UPDATE (25 Jan 2019): Afternoon Tea at Keong Saik Bakery

I came back for afternoon tea on a weekday. Tried their Kopi O (local coffee beans brewed the espresso way), Teh Limau, Kaya Toast and Peanut Butter Bun. Very impressed with the coffee and Kaya Toast. Especially love the strong coconut fragrance in their not too sweet kaya. Espresso local coffee tasted stronger than most local joints without being acidic or bitter.

I must also commend their awesome service. Miss Teatime has to avoid milk so she kept asking if this item or that item is dairy free; the friendly staff helped her ask the baker each time with a smile.

Review (16 May 2018)

Folks! I've discovered another cafe with Free WiFi and Charging Points! This one is located on Keong Saik Road, near Outram Park MRT Station!

Frankly, I can't decide if this cafe bakery is traditional or modern because it has elements of both. Located within a row of shop-houses on Keong Saik Road coupled with a shop name like "Keong Saik Bakery", this cafe sounds long-established. But in actual fact, it is only 2 years old.

While the decoration slants towards being old-school with some nostalgic vibes, the bakes and drinks served here are definitely contemporary. Instead of pandan chiffon, traditional kaya toasts and the usual local kopi, expect to find pandan cheesecake, trending breads (like the 脏脏包 Dirty Dirty Bun), multigrain kaya toast and espresso coffees made with local coffee beans and fresh milk.

Besides, WiFi provision is really quite a present-day thing. If you would like to have a traditional-meets-modern experience, come relax with affordable bakes and drinks at Keong Saik Bakery. I haven't had their coffee but judging from the breads I bought for takeaway, their bakes are good.


Food Photos

See photos of food that My Food Story has tasted. Recommended food are marked with ().
Kaya Toast (S$2.50 Nett)
Love the strong coconut fragrance in their kaya and that dairy-free multi-grain bread is used! Healthier Choice!
Peanut Butter Bun (S$2.60 Nett)
Soft bun which was good. But the crushed peanuts tasted stale.
Kopi O (S$1.70 Nett)
Kopi O is strong. Not bitter nor acidic.
Teh Limau (S$2 Nett)
Good old Teh O with lime.
Breads
Breads (S$2.50 to S$3.80 Nett)
Breads (S$2.20 to S$3.50 Nett)
Trending 脏脏包 (Dirty Messy Bun)
King Toast (Half- S$3 Nett/Full- S$5.50 Nett)
Multigrain Loaf (4 Slices- S$1.70 Nett/8 Slices- S$3 Nett)
Pain de Campagne (Half- S$3.30 Nett/Full- S$6 Nett)
English Muffin (S$2.40 Nett)
Cakes

Outlets

Keong Saik Bakery @Keong Saik Road

41 Keong Saik Road, S089146
Map     Directions     +65 6909 3199     Website     WhatsApp Share
MRT Stations (within 800 metres)

Outram Park, Chinatown, Tanjong Pagar

Opening Hours

Daily: 9am to 8pm

Value Added Service(s)

Free WiFi, Charging Points, In-house Toilet

Payment Terms

Nett Prices (Cash/Nets/GrabPay)



Shop/Food Review

Mr MRT Says:

UPDATE (25 Jan 2019): Afternoon Tea at Keong Saik Bakery

I came back for afternoon tea on a weekday. Tried their Kopi O (local coffee beans brewed the espresso way), Teh Limau, Kaya Toast and Peanut Butter Bun. Very impressed with the coffee and Kaya Toast. Especially love the strong coconut fragrance in their not too sweet kaya. Espresso local coffee tasted stronger than most local joints without being acidic or bitter.

I must also commend their awesome service. Miss Teatime has to avoid milk so she kept asking if this item or that item is dairy free; the friendly staff helped her ask the baker each time with a smile.

Review (16 May 2018)

Folks! I've discovered another cafe with Free WiFi and Charging Points! This one is located on Keong Saik Road, near Outram Park MRT Station!

Frankly, I can't decide if this cafe bakery is traditional or modern because it has elements of both. Located within a row of shop-houses on Keong Saik Road coupled with a shop name like "Keong Saik Bakery", this cafe sounds long-established. But in actual fact, it is only 2 years old.

While the decoration slants towards being old-school with some nostalgic vibes, the bakes and drinks served here are definitely contemporary. Instead of pandan chiffon, traditional kaya toasts and the usual local kopi, expect to find pandan cheesecake, trending breads (like the 脏脏包 Dirty Dirty Bun), multigrain kaya toast and espresso coffees made with local coffee beans and fresh milk.

Besides, WiFi provision is really quite a present-day thing. If you would like to have a traditional-meets-modern experience, come relax with affordable bakes and drinks at Keong Saik Bakery. I haven't had their coffee but judging from the breads I bought for takeaway, their bakes are good.


Food Photos

See photos of food that My Food Story has tasted. Recommended food are marked with ().
Kaya Toast (S$2.50 Nett)
Love the strong coconut fragrance in their kaya and that dairy-free multi-grain bread is used! Healthier Choice!
Peanut Butter Bun (S$2.60 Nett)
Soft bun which was good. But the crushed peanuts tasted stale.
Kopi O (S$1.70 Nett)
Kopi O is strong. Not bitter nor acidic.
Teh Limau (S$2 Nett)
Good old Teh O with lime.
Breads
Breads (S$2.50 to S$3.80 Nett)
Breads (S$2.20 to S$3.50 Nett)
Trending 脏脏包 (Dirty Messy Bun)
King Toast (Half- S$3 Nett/Full- S$5.50 Nett)
Multigrain Loaf (4 Slices- S$1.70 Nett/8 Slices- S$3 Nett)
Pain de Campagne (Half- S$3.30 Nett/Full- S$6 Nett)
English Muffin (S$2.40 Nett)
Cakes

Outlets

Keong Saik Bakery @Keong Saik Road

41 Keong Saik Road, S089146
Map     Directions     +65 6909 3199     Website
MRT Stations (within 800 metres)

Outram Park, Chinatown, Tanjong Pagar

Opening Hours

Daily: 9am to 8pm

Value Added Service(s)

Free WiFi, Charging Points, In-house Toilet

Payment Terms

Nett Prices (Cash/Nets/GrabPay)



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