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Humble Bakery Opens In One Raffles Place With Mochi Scones, Tiramisu Choux And More

21st December 2022

Humble Bakery cafe in Raffles Place by ex-Bakery Brera bakers

humble bakery lineup

There aren’t many bakeries in Singapore that specialise in scones. After all, a simple scone doesn’t look as fancy as trendier bakes such as cream-filled croissants or stuffed doughnuts—both of which have taken the social media world by storm at some point. Humble Bakery, however, seems to prove otherwise. Previously an online-only store selling freshly baked scones in assorted flavours, the homegrown brand has recently announced the opening of their first cafe right in heart of the CBD: One Raffles Place.

humble bakery storefront

Humble Bakery’s first dine-in cafe is a cosy space with around 12 seats, where you can enjoy your teatime break of barista-brewed coffee, scones, and cakes.

scones humble bakery group

The menu is subject to changes, but we’re told that mainstays include their popular mochi scones in flavours such as Peanut Mochi ($4.80) and Orh Nee Mochi ($4.80). Scone fans can also try the limited-time-only Stollen ($3.80) flavour, which pays homage to the classic Christmas bread.

Humble Bakery is run by ex-Bakery Brera bakers, so you know their bakes are legit. Premium French butter and whipping cream go into these scones, which are rich and flavourful with a tender crumb.

humble bakery peanut mochi

Try the Peanut Mochi scone, which features a rich and buttery scone with a chunky peanut middle, completed with soft and stretchy mochi—reminiscent of the traditional muah chee snack.

The Tirami-choux ($8) is another highlight; this new pastry spotlights a light and airy choux pastry piped with creamy kahlua-infused mascarpone and coffee.

humble bakery blackforest cake

Another festive special is the Blackforest Logcake ($8.50), a boozy dessert comprising light chocolate sponge cake, chocolate mousse, cherry chantilly, and whipped milk chocolate ganache, sandwiched with kirsch-soaked cherries.

Wash everything down with your drink of choice; the creamy Iced Latte ($5.50) will cool you down from the afternoon heat, or you can get a cup of Pink Gingerlily Tea ($5) from Pryce if you want something non-caffeinated.

la levain bo bo cha cha croissant

Another business started by an ex-Bakery Brera pastry chef is La Levain, which rose to fame for their Bo Bo Cha Cha Croissant and flaky cruffins.

If you prefer old-school bakes, read our guide to the best traditional bakeries in Singapore, or check out Sing Hon Loong Bakery in Whampoa for coconut buns.

Address: 1 Raffles Place, #02-27, One Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 6pm, Sat 10am to 4pm
Humble Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.

This 24/7 Old-School Bakery In Whampoa Has Over 50 Years Of History

Photos taken by Anthia Chng and edited by Chew Yi En.
This was a media tasting at Humble Bakery.

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