Famous Brotherbird Bakehouse Croissants Are Available At All %Arabica Outlets
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Famous Brotherbird Bakehouse Croissants Are Available At All %Arabica Outlets

29th April 2021

Brotherbird Bakehouse croissants at %Arabica

You’ve probably heard about the croissants at Brotherbird Bakehouse—these flaky, buttery morsels of delight are perpetually snapped up within minutes of their release. Here’s a piece of good news for ardent Brotherbird fans—these croissants are now available at all %Arabica outlets, so you can pair them with a good cuppa.

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Image credit: @uncle.genieeee

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While the croissants from Brotherbird Bakehouse are typically known for their unique flavours, there are only three available in their collaboration with %Arabica. These are the Original Croissant ($4.80), Classic Pain Au Chocolat ($5.80), and Almond Twice-Baked Croissant ($6.20). My personal favourite would be the Pain Au Chocolat, where buttery croissant enwraps decadent chocolate.

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For those uninitiated to %Arabica, they’re a coffee chain that hails from Kyoto. We last featured them in our guide for the best coffee cafes in Singapore, so you know the cuppas here are legit. There’s a healthy selection of espresso-based beverages to pair with your croissants here, with an option of single blend, or single origin for your coffee. If you’re a non-caffeine taker, fret not, as they also have drinks such as Matcha Latte (from $8.60) and Lemon Sparkling ($7) available.

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If you’d like a taste of Brotherbird Bakehouse’s more unique flavours, without having to deal with ordering online, head down to the newly-reopened Brotherbird Coffeehouse. While you’re here, be sure to try their Signature Mochi Donut ($15) as well, topped with a dollop of their house-made soft serve. To complement your sweets, there are also savouries available, such as the Spaghetti Carbonara ($18) and Rigatoni Bolognese ($18).

If you’re looking for more pastries to chow down, check out Tuxedo Cafe & Patisserie, with the likes of a matcha lava bun and yuzu pineapple cake. Edith Patisserie has also opened their first outlet at Dhoby Ghaut, bringing waffles and honey soft serve, alongside their selection of cakes.

Full list of outlets | Opening hours

Tuxedo Cafe & Patisserie Has Up To 20 New Desserts, Including Matcha Lava Buns

Featured images adapted from @uncle.genieeee and @brotherbird_bakehouse.

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