Brotherbird Coffeehouse – Industrial-Minimalist Cafe Opens Near Bugis With Mochi Croissants And Brunch Food


Fascinating options I saw include Black Forest Croissant, Mont Blanc, and Roasted Chicken with Twice-baked Croissant. Flavours modification seasonally

Brotherbird Coffeehouse.
32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868.
Opening Hours: 10am– 6pm (Wed– Sun), Closed Mon, Tues
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Lucid (Hamilton Road).
Steeped Tea Bar (Tan Quee Lan Street).
Communal Coffee (Prinsep Street).
Monarchs & & Milkweed Gelato (North Bridge Road).
PPP Coffee (Funan).
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When it comes to the beverages menu, you get the usual coffee choices ($ 4– $7), together with Yuri Matcha Latte ($ 6.50), Tea ($ 6) and Cold Press Juices ($ 7).

Coffee beans are sourced from 2 Degree North, with raspberry and chocolaty notes. While I previously discussed that the coffee was thought about budget friendly, rates have actually increased somewhat after the re-opening.

In case you are questioning why is it call “Brother Bird”, among the Stateland Cafés owners is nicknamed “bird” due to the fact that he likes consuming granola.
The owners thought that as Stateland Cafe was established 7 years earlier, it would be suitable time for a revamp.

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The more adventurous must try the twice-baked croissant, to experience the lightly-crisp exterior which contrasts with the chewy and a little sticky mochi slab in the middle.
The within is made with a glutinous rice flour mix, while the pastry takes a long process of 12-layer folding to produce a more-flaky texture.
So not like the normal airy and fluffy croissants you might be more utilized to. They likewise happen to keep much better in this humidity.

Bro Bird popular for its hybrid mochi croissants, softserve and donuts, has resumed near Bugis at 32 Bali Lane.
Regardless of the rainy weathers and still early in its opening days, the café has currently started to be relatively crowded. Numerous fans out there, it seems.

The upper level has more seating, with designated partition locations– so no intermingling allowed.
There is a broadened menu consisting of Eggs Benedict ($ 21), Breakfast Plate ($ 25), Blueberry Pancakes ($ 18), Riagatoni Bolognese ($ 18), Spaghetti Carbonara ($ 18), Smashed Avocado Toast ($ 18), Croque Madame ($ 18), and Chicken Stew with Croissant ($ 21).

The screen contained more than 10 various types of pastries.
There are basically four different groups you can anticipate– twice-baked croissant, the regular croissants (some pumped with fillings), chocolate series, and Danish pastries.

It is intended to branch off into two different ideas– a coffeehouse serving affordable coffee and croissants; and brunch and home cooking dining place.
This is a two-storey area. The lower level included an industrial-grey minimalist appearance (reminding me of Lucid at Hamilton Road) of two sections– the pastry counter and the coffee side, with a little seating location.

This was one of the times when I permitted the person at the cashier to choose what I need to have, and it was the Fried Croissant ($ 15).
The dessert product included deep-fried croissant coated with cinnamon sugar, raspberry coulis and softserve ice cream.

Calories and sugar caution. I believed that the croissant reminded me of a donut rather with extra cinnamon and texture.
While I enjoyed the crispy external layer, the overall mix might be way too sugar-laden, especially when the ice cream was also to the sweet side.
Either lesser sugar coated or a plainer-flavoured softserve could have assisted.


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