4 Hot Bites To Order At Tiong Bahru Bakery | Clozette
Think Tiong Bahru Bakery is all about their French pastries, artisanal breads, and aromatic cuppas? Then you must head down to their Raffles City Shopping Centre branch because your taste buds are in for a treat.

For the first time ever, Tiong Bahru Bakery is offering a Hot Eats menu that is quite unlike your regular café type of dishes. Prepared using Tiong Bahru Bakery’s award-winning French breads, each dish boasts of a French classic dish with a modern Asian twist. Expect a total of 11 tantalising dishes with familiar yet pleasantly surprising flavours – all bound to provoke and awaken your senses for a gastronomical adventure.

Not one to miss out on good food, we headed down to Tiong Bahru Bakery’s Raffles City Shopping Centre branch to check out their Hot Eats menu. Ahead, we share four dishes we think you should try.
The Breakfast Pancake Burger, SGD18

Can’t decide between a pancake and a burger? Why not enjoy the best of both worlds with The Breakfast Pancake Burger? This charming dish is stacked with homemade sausage patty, bacon strips, Cheddar cheese, and organic New Zealand egg with crispy Tater Tots at the side. Top off with sticky maple syrup and you get an instant crowd-pleaser.

Rainbow Rice Bowl, SGD16

You’ll love this if you’re a fan of the Korean bibimbap, which means mixed rice in English. Mix this brown rice bowl up with poached New Zealand organic egg, spicy pineapple kimchi (can we hear a collective “yum”?), purple potato crisps, mixed sprouts, salsa verde and salmon (add-on for SGD4). Whoever said healthy isn’t tasty has definitely not tried this Rainbow Rice Bowl.

Palenta Pop, SGD16

We have to admit: not everyone is a fan of palenta, a kind of cornmeal with an ultra-creamy texture that is typically used in Italian cuisine. But if you’re up for something distinct to surprise your palate, you have to try Palenta Pop out. Its cheesy-crusted polenta is crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside. Pair it with fried organic New Zealand egg, juicy prawns and red pepper sauce.

Chocolate Croissant Pain Perdu, SGD16

We always have a second stomach for desserts, so we knew we had to order the Chocolate Croissant Pain Perdu. The chocolate croissant French toast is accompanied by fresh mint and charred balsamic pineapple for a refreshing sour tinge, and sits on a puddle of vanilla crème Anglaise to sum up a delectably sweet treat.


Hot Eats Menu is available at Tiong Bahru Bakery’s Raffles City Shopping Centre Basement 1 branch.


Sometimes a particular piece may be a stretch from your personal style and you have no idea how to style it.  Don’t let it hinder you from taking the plunge though!

Take a tulle dress. At first glance, it may seem unwearable. But when you layer it with other pieces of clothing in various textures and forms, your look can completely transform. Thanks to cleo.com.sg, here are some easy ways to rock it.

Jazz up your tee-and-jeans combo

Topshop Tulle Ruche Tunic (zalora.com.sg)

Take your basic outfit to the next level by layering over with a tulle dress. Elevate the casualness of your regular tee-and-jeans combo by evoking a hint of femininity with the help of the dress. 

Use a sleeveless dress as your base

Reclaimed Vintage Oversized Sheer Tulle Dress With Cami Slip (asos.com)

Amp up the style of your trusted basic dress by giving it another dimension through texture. Slip on a tulle dress over it to give your ensemble a nice contrast.

Layer with outerwear

Style Nanda Sleeveless See-Through Tiered Dress (stylenanda.com)

Take layering to another level by wearing an outerwear over your tulle dress. This will give a different kind of dimension to your outfit.


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If you’ve ever wondered why a model’s last name sounds familiar, it could be because they’re related to someone famous. Ahead, cleo.com.sg shares just a few of the models who have famous parents.

Lily-Rose Depp

Lily-Rose Depp is carrying her father, Johnny Depp’s name proudly as she makes waves in the fashion industry. The young model has recently been named the face of Chanel’s Rogue Coco Gloss.

Frances Bean Cobain

Gigi Hadid

From print to runway to TV commercials, Gigi Hadid is everywhere. Gigi’s mum, Yolanda, may have been the motivation behind her decision to start modelling. Before becoming part of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast, Yolanda was a professional model.


Read the rest of the story at cleo.com.sg.