83 Punggol Central
#01-66 Waterway Point
Singapore 828761

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07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

my favvvv place for croissants🥐 they finally have FREE FLOW JAM AND BUTTER i remember being very upset when these weren’t available during covid

Egg Mayo & Smoked Salmon Pain Feuillete Sandwich (S$11)
Love the crispy pastry.

Accompanied with Hojicha Latte (S$6.20)

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#neverfails pt 2
Some of the best and consistent Kouign Amanns and croissants in SG period
And hello new outlet near the East 😎


A delectable combination of Almond Croissant and Flat White. Simple yet satisfying.


Went to TBB for teabreak a month ago and ordered their Croissant, Kouignn-amann and a Lemon Tart! For drinks, I got the Iced Latte and its about $38 for all these food and drinks!😇

I am an avid lover of their Kouignn-amann and have ate TBB's a few times! Their lemon tart is surprisingly good too but is better to share as the tangy taste is quite strong🤣 Overall ratings 8/10 good experience as always but slightly pricey!

Tiong Bahru Bakery has recently opened their newest outlet at Punggol Waterway Point. Besides their regular pastries (which I’m a huge fan of!), exclusive to this outlet is their all-day dining menu available from 10am daily!

We had some of the dishes from the exclusive menu like Cluckin' Amazin' Burger (CAB) ($22), Pull My Pork Croffle ($22) and Breakfast Croffle ($22). As I usually prefer stronger flavours for my food, the CAB and Pull My Pork Croffle really appealed to me! The CAB came with a huge-ass piece of crispy & juicy chicken patty, together with creamy gochujang dressing and picked cucumbers, and was so flavourful overall! The Pull My Pork Croffle was even yummier! The Mexican pulled pork went really well with the croissant waffle (which itself had a nice crispy & flaky texture), and when eaten together with the guacamole and sour cream, the flavours went up a notch!

We ended our meal with the indulgent Dessert Croffle ($14) that’s served with vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate sauce.