Popular online biz Humble Bakery opens cosy cafe with orh nee mochi scones, tiramisu cream puffs & more in Raffles Place

by Christabel Tan

In the world of baked scones, the humble scone tends to get outshined by its flashier counterparts, namely donuts (of the stuffed variety), croissants, and even cinnamon buns.

Not this time, thanks to Humble Bakery, a cosy new cafe in Raffles Place specialising in artisanal scones that may just change your perception of the English teatime treat.

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Run by a duo of former bakers from the popular Bakery Brera, Humble Bakery is a former home-based business, which eventually transitioned into an online business before opening its first physical space at One Raffles Place.

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Take your pick from the display of fresh bakes, which includes the likes of cheesecake, tarts, cakes, and of course, the signature artisanal scones.

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Hand-crafted with premium AOP French butter and French dairy whipping cream, the scones (from S$3.50), which are rather Korean-style in appearance, are truly the star of the show.

Look forward to a range of classic and inventive flavours like Earl Grey & Figs, Double Choco & Kaffir Lime, and the sweet-savoury Parmesan White Chocolate (our favourite!).

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Fans of the quintessential Teochew dessert mustn’t miss out on the piah-inspired Orh Nee Mochi Scone (S$4.80), which comprises smooth, not-too-sweet taro paste and chewy mochi encased within moist and buttery original scone pastry.

There’s even a Peanut Mochi Scone (S$4.80) with homemade peanut filling for those who enjoy snacking on the nostalgic muah chee.

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As for the other bakes, look no further than the Brown Butter Apple Cake (S$8), festive Blackforest Cake (S$8.50), and the bittersweet, coffee-forward Tirami-Choux (S$8).

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Those who can never resist the allure of cheesecake must indulge in the smooth and creamy Vanilla Burnt Cheesecake (S$8.50), which uses high-quality imported vanilla paste and a special blend of four different kinds of cheese.

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Pair your baked goods with aromatic coffee like the Mint Mocha (from S$5.50) and Vanilla Latte (from S$5.50), or a handpicked selection of teas, and you’re all set for a leisurely afternoon in the heart of the CBD!

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????1 Raffles Place, #02-27, (One Raffles Place), Singapore 048616
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