9 King Albert Park
#01-09 KAP
Singapore 598332

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09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

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From the Burpple community

best sticky bun everrr the cinnamon really penetrated through. it was of a good amount of sweetness and topped with lots of walnuts, though they would have been better de-shelled to remove the bitter aftertaste


i don’t usually like sweetened stuff but the almond hazelnut butter was way too earthy for me. it did grow on me tho

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Funtimes is having breakfast pizza for dinner. Base is proper thin but not biscuitty, bringing attention to the ingredients. Rim puffed crispy, encasing within the cheesy, the savoury and greens. Good bite, none of the leafiness and even charred crunchy near the edges. In a peculiar way, whilst Yeast Side specialises in thick chewy bread, the pizzas are more topping focused and not as carb dense as expected.

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Wah this was very nice!! It’s like a soft warm buttery hug in bread form. I sliced and toasted it so its slightly crisp, but not shatteringly crisp like kamome’s shokupan. But it’s damn pillowy soft and superrrr fluffy, it’s rather enriched and the buttery flavour really comes through, with a subtle honey fragrance. Also quite aerated so it’s almost like a sponge?? The crust has a nice mild burnt flavour. I feel that having this is almost like eating a french toast bc of how buttery and eggy it is. Would recommend!! Definitely want to try their sourdough now after this delicious brioche.


Very impressed by their herb and cheese scone. Carrot cake serving was quite substantial and great that it wasn't too sweet. Only allowed to order cold brew with the burpple deal - thought its taste was pretty nondescript hmm. Found their staff a little on the less welcoming side but the spacious and comfortable environment made up for it.


@yeastside.sg has recently launched their pizza range, and it’s perfection with the beers they got on tap. The current lineup consists of five pies, and I will never know what compelled me to order the Herbivore pizza ($19++) instead of a meatzza. Well, y’all get to witness this historic moment, where I go meatless for a meal. I swear you’ll never see anything like this ever again, so watch it, drink it in.⠀

Yes, that IS avocado on pizza. Yes, I’m perpetrating crimes against humanity upon the Italians. Geneva Conventions? I think you mean the Geneva Suggestions, fam. Hey, I wasn’t the architect of this atrocity, I merely ordered the pizza. Besides the abundance of avocado slices on the pizza, the Herbivore is loaded with all three different colours of capsicums, eggplants, garlic ricotta and the ol’ reliable: mozzarella. There seems to be a flavoured oil on the pizza, but it’s lost in the cacophony of veggies.⠀

Due to the pizza being topped with almost nothing but veg, it skews heavily towards the sweet end of flavours. The capsicums were incredibly sweet, the eggplant slightly less so, and the avocado was creamy but tasteless, so there wasn’t anything to check the onslaught of sweetness on the pie. A lot more salt is definitely required here to balance everything out, that’s for sure.⠀

The crust isn’t sourdough as I was expecting due to Yeast Side slinging out stellar sourdoughs. It’s a standard issue dough mix instead, but it’s still utterly unforgettable. The charred & chewy crust is perfect at providing that robust, satisfactory chew which aids in maximum satiation & satisfaction, and it holds the tomato paste & assorted cheeses up pretty well too. I easily polished this pie off solo, a true testament to the light airiness of the dough.⠀

With these exemplary new pizzas & possibly more to come, Yeast Side is firmly staking its claim to being Singapore’s best side.