Ten-Second Takeaway

The menu here is really limited as of now, but the crepes and tarts are what we are hedging our bets on.

Chow Down

Bacon Sandwich with the bread of the day {Ciabatta}, Caramel Tart ad Banana Chocolate Crepe

Sip On

Only water or now

Winning For

Short eats, perfect for snacking in the evening. The bread is freshly baked and the crepes and tarts are sinful.

Lowdown On The Ambience

This is really just a kiosk, with two tall and uncomfortable stools and just a place to order from, where you can peek into their basement kitchen {squeaky clean from what we saw}. We suggest you sit down on the stairs adjacent to the kiosk and make yourself comfortable.

What’s On The Menu?

The menu is really small and when we asked for a bacon quiche, it wasn’t available on the menu. But our orders of chicken and bacon sandwiches with the bread of the day: a Ciabatta in this case were quite hearty.


Though we found the bread a wee bit heavy, and the sandwich a bit messy {but in a good way}, the sandwich came packed with sun dried tomatoes, caramelised onions, slivers of bacon, lettuce and our choice of sauce — mustard {with a sharp bite which we loved} and a smokey barbeque sauce. We’d say more than the sandwiches, you should definitely do the crepes. We tried the banana chocolate one, which came with an extra squeeze of Nutella on top. The delicate crepe came stuffed with sliced bananas and a rather lovely chocolate sauce. The crepe is apparently made really thin with a specially imported rotating machine from France.

The caramel tart though quite small in portion was delicious { it had been chilled} and was filled with English custard and topped with a swirl of salted caramel with a nice short crust pastry base. Our vote goes to the desserts here.

So, We’re Thinking…

We’d go here for their desserts and are hoping that their menu expands soon and is ready to be delivered. There is no place really to sit around at the kiosk and you’d rather order in their goodies at home or your workplace. On the cards is a lunch menu and if you’d like some fresh bread, you can find out the what’s been baked for that day, order and collect it from them. Plus, dips, sauces and other condiments coming soon.

 Photos: Pierre – Artisan bakery


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