321 Alexandra Road
#01-11 Alexandra Central
Singapore 159971

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08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 03:00pm

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If you love chocolate, be sure to cut Le Bijoux’s Belgian dark chocolate loaf ($10.50) into thin slices, if you don’t want to tip the scales. Theirs is so moist and chocolatey, you’ll want to eat the whole loaf. So either be a good neighbour and give away some, or be prepared for major temptation! : )


The combination of a Raisin and walnut bread and a chopped up hard boiled egg with a touch of mayo is just magical .

A good combination of textures ( toasted bread again the soft eggs) and flavours ( sweet raisins against the savoury eggs ) .

Simple ingredients but brilliant combination .

The usual egg sandwich set comes with a whole meal/ bran bread so do opt to change your bread to raisin and walnut.

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If anything at all , the size of these scones makes it impossible to see them and not buy them.

Ask for your scones to be warmed up and expect a crisp outer layer with a moist buttery interior.

Perfect for an afternoon tea treat.

Coffee is decent here as well .


Pretty nice chocolate croissant - crisp and not too greasy .

I like how the bakes in this bakery cafe are so home made .

Service can me a little more smiley or warmer though 😊

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There’s something in me that squeals in delight for a good sandwich - not that you can’t make it at home but the experience of having a nice lunch set prepared for you and the anticipation of going down to the cafe to order your favourite sandwich is just part of life’s simple joys.

Nothing extraordinary but I love how crusty and soft the Raisin and walnut bread is at the same time . The sandwich is filled with a hearty portion of boiled eggs ,lettuce and tomatoes.

Accompanied with a pretty good pumpkin soup and a home made ice lemon tea for the sweltering weather .

You may like to pick up a box or two of their pineapple balls this season - looks alluring to me but at 31 dollars per box - too luxurious for me .


It should be either Le Bijou or Les Bijoux, but not Le Bijoux. The French may be half-baked, but the bread and cakes are freshly baked, and what’s not sold at the end of the day is given to charities. Sandwiches are good, service is warm and friendly, and prices are very reasonable. But in these days of intense consumerist competition, you must be a real nostalgic to come to this non-aircon place with furniture that is more charming than aesthetic or comfortable. For the food is good, but not sufficiently unique. The owner’s talent and dedication may be better served elsewhere, with bolder ambitions.