If there is one good habit that I picked up over the years, it would be eating breakfast every morning. Under the influences of my colleagues who love their morning cuppa, I became a member of the breakfast club. So it is not surprising that we met up with an ex colleague over breakfast when we went down to Singapore last month.
The rendezvous point is Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux, a quaint little cafe right across from the Singtel building at Somerset. The cafe owner, Audrey, has trained in Los Angeles’ Ritz Carlton Hotel and worked in Saint Pierre and Archangel as a pastry chef before. And she was an ex cabin crew too! A beauty that can bake very well. 🙂
Ex colleague A recommended their signature sandwich BLT (bacon with lettuce, tomato and avocado, sgd 6.90). The combination sounds so delicious that I can’t wait to sink my teeth onto it. The sandwich packs a burst of fresh flavours with its spread: bacon, avocado, lettuce and tomato. Very filling and really tasty!
Another colleague chose the breakfast set that consists of scrambled eggs with a choice of bacon, chorizo sausage or ham with 2 slices of toast (sgd 7.90). The scrambled egg was slightly runny, evenly textured, and creamy while the sausages were a tad too oily for her liking.
Feeling famished, our friend chose to combine two breakfast set together and tada! Take a look at the crazy amount of bacons.
The freshly baked cheese top bread looks so inviting. Freshly baked is also famous for their ciabatta, cranberry bread, cookies and cupcakes.
a bunch of happy patrons
Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux is truly a gem. We spotted a lot of regulars and expats who make their trip here for the breads. Service was warm and attentive too.
From somerset station, take exit 3, walk along Kiliney Road and follow the whiff of freshly baked breads. It will lead you to the loaf heaven.
Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux
57 Killiney Road
Tel: (65) 6735 3298
Mon-Fri: 8am to 8pm
Sat: 8am to 6pm