Three Nuts Baker is a Melbourne-inspired cafe with popular cinnamon rolls, Australian-style breakfast & pastries

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There’s a special place in my heart for fresh, fluffy and sticky sweet cinnamon rolls and looking at how people have been queueing for the Gooey Cinnamon Rolls (S$5) from Three Nuts Baker – it seems like those who would enjoy this sweet treat should definitely head down to get a taste of it!

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This Melbourne-inspired cafe run by husband and wife duo Sarah and Randy has been drawing the crowds not just for their cinnamon rolls, but for their Australian-style pastries and breakfast sandwiches

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Available from 9am to 1pm, take a gander at the breakfast sandwiches from savoury picks like Pan-Seared Maguro on Fluffy Ciabatta (S$22) to Make-your-own Brekkie plates with eggs and sourdough toast. The sandwiches here are said to be massive, so you’ll really love them if you’re a big eater (you can also share them with a friend!). 

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But if you’re feeling like biting into something sweet though, the pastries are available from 12pm till they’re fully sold out! Choose from delectable options like the popular Dark Chocolate Fudge Slice (S$9), or if you’re feeling something a little more bittersweet, the Matcha or Hojicha cheesecake (S$11)

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For those who love cookies, they also have the Chunky Levain Chocolate Chip & Walnut cookies (S$7) which will satisfy you whether you like crunchy or chewy cookies (it’s a combination of both!) with its crusty exterior and chewy insides. 

Of course, it wouldn’t be a Melbourne-inspired cafe without good coffee! Other than the usual lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos (from S$7), you can also find more unique cuppas like the Honey Oat Latte (S$11) as well as rich and creamy Felchlin Swiss Hot Chocolate (from S$8)

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For the matcha lovers out there, there’s also the Matcha Oat Latte (S$13) that many customers like to order and bring home on the way out. Located at Space @ Kovan, this small and cosy cafe only offers three seating options, so dine-in is available, but you could also get your bakes and bites to go  – if there aren’t enough seats available.

If you’re looking to experience a little bit of Melbourne in Singapore, make your way to Three Nuts Baker and you’re probably going to leave really satisfied (and most definitely with a bag full of yummy goodies!). 

Three Nuts Baker
???? 9 Yio Chu Kang Rd, #01-14, Singapore 545523
???? 9am – 6pm (Wed to Fri), 9am – 4pm (Sat to Sun)

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