The Chip Bee Gardens stretch of cafes and boutiques at Holland Village has always been popular, and with the arrival of Keong Saik Bakery’s second outlet, it’s about to get more buzzing; especially since perennial favourites like % Arabica and Sunday Folks continue to draw in the crowds. Keong Saik
Overall, I am excited to try the other bakes of the bakery when I have more stomach space or more dining party but it would probably be a takeaway since dining there has a 1 hour limit which is not exactly the best for friend to catch up. As for the drinks, I would give it a miss
The Orh Nee Croissant Cube and Orh Nee Cake are available in limited quantities daily for walk-in only, but the Orh Chu Bee is available both for walk-in and pre-orders online in slices and whole cakes.
Their pastries definitely possess excellent textures but their flavours tend to lean towards being sweeter and stronger.
Keong Saik Bakery is truly a hidden gem in the heart of the Keong Saik area.
Coffee and Kaya toast at Keong Saik Bakery, Keong Saik Road Singapore, with pictures of menu, food and restaurant ...
The Laksa Toast is available for a limited period at Keong Saik Bakery from 9am to 4pm daily, priced at $9.50 for one, $12 for a set with drink.
This is an interesting place to check out for their coffee and fusionised cakes as well as pastries.
Their best seller Chendol Delight ($6.50) probably resonated well with the locals with its rich and smooth coconut custard embedded with red bean, attap chee and topped with pandan jelly.
Cakes, Pastries, Bun and Drinks served at the Keong Saik Bakery is at a very affordable pricing and I thought they are creative too.