Brotherbird Bakehouse is opening at Raffles City

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Popular bakery Brotherbird Bakehouse continues to grow as it is set to launch yet another new outlet, this time in Raffles City Shopping Centre. It officially opens tomorrow, 8 September 2023.

This store is unique in that it has a “bake-on-site” concept. What this means is that while the other outlets receive their bakes from a central kitchen each day, the Raffles City branch bakes a new batch of croissants each hour. This means that when you buy them, the croissants are at their freshest in terms of texture and taste.

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For the uninitiated, Brotherbird Bakehouse is a trailblazer in Singapore when it comes to offering flavoured and mochi croissants. Their reputation is built on their creative menu with a wide variety of inventive flavours and their carefully crafted monthly bake boxes.

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Some of the top-selling items on their menu include the Mentaiko Prawn Twice-Baked, a delectable croissant filled with mentaiko prawn stuffing, mozzarella cheese, and garnished with Japanese chilli threads. “Twice-baked” refers to Brotherbird Bakehouse’s technique of producing extra flaky and crispy croissants.

Another crowd-pleaser, the Ham & Mornay Twice-Baked, is a regular feature in their monthly selections. This savoury delight showcases honey-smoked chicken ham paired with Mornay sauce, cheddar cheese, and a delightful cornichon pickle.

If you have a sweet tooth, go for croissants such as the Rocher, which is filled with hazelnut and half-dipped in a dark chocolate glaze—essentially a riff on the popular Ferrero Rocher chocolate.

Image credit @brotherbird_bakehouse

The above image is an artist’s impression of the new store. We’ll update this article when we get more pictures and information about the outlet.

The viral XXXL croissant fad has hit Singapore; find out more about these 50cm-long bakes in our  Alice Boulangerie coverage. If you’re interested in trying muah chee croissant cubes, read our Keong Saik Bakery review.

Address: 252 North Bridge Road, #B1-67, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 9pm
Brotherbird Bakehouse is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from @brotherbird_bakehouse.

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