Nicher Bakery by ex-MBS chef opens second outlet selling French bakes & Nylon coffee

by Vera

If the name Nicher Bakery rings a bell, that’s because it’s not brand new per se. The bakery first opened in Tiong Bahru, opened by ex-MBS chef Melvin Koh, selling artisanal pound cakes. Now, they’re expanding into their second outlet at Springleaf, this time offering French bakes and coffee instead.

Food at Nicher

Nicher Bakery box set
Photo: @nicher.sg/instagram

While the individual prices of their bakes have yet to be confirmed, you can look forward to a selection of Classic Croissants, Almond Croissants, Pain au Chocolat, Kouign Amann, and Pain aux Raisins. An assortment of one of each of the five viennoiseries are sold in a Boxset (S$25) for pre-order. If variety is the spice of life, then this box set is the, uhm, frosting of afternoons.

Nicher Bakery croissants
Photo: @nicher.sg/instagram

While we’re all keeping cautious and staying indoors this season, the box set comes as an excellent way to enjoy the bakes in a socially-distanced manner. Grab a box and split it amongst family, friends, or just have it all for yourself really, there’s no judgement in this house.

To pair, Nicher Bakery is also serving cuppas made with coffee beans from popular cafe Nylon Coffee Roasters. And apart from Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, I can’t think of a more iconic duo than freshly-brewed coffee and warm bakes.

Ambience at Nicher

Nicher Bakery interior
Photo: @nicher.sg/instagram

You can expect an industrial chic, yet minimalistic set up of wood-heavy accents against a cement floor. This leaves much room for their bakes to shine, as evidenced by the baking case that runs across the counter longitudinally. There’s also a small seating area to enjoy the bakes fresh, alongside another pastry-loving pal.

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