Tiong Bahru Bakery Opens At Waterway Point Serving An Exclusive Menu Of Hot Dishes

Tiong Bahru Bakery Opens At Waterway Point Serving An Exclusive Menu Of Hot Dishes
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Craving for pastries and hot dishes? Tiong Bahru Bakery Waterway Point has opened its doors, tight on the heels of the recent opening of its other outlet in the Siglap neighbourhood. The new outlet offers an all-day dining menu of hot dishes that spotlights the croffle, a cross between croissants and waffles.


Tiong Bahru Bakery Waterway Point: Warm Dishes and Satisfying Pastries to Accompany Your Day

Tiong Bahru Bakery Waterway Point: Warm Dishes and Satisfying Pastries to Accompany Your Day

Exclusive to the Waterway Point outlet, the all-day dining menu expands on the bakery’s signature range of croissants and pastries. Conveniently located next to the train station, the outlet opens at 7.30 am and provides a good stopover for those on the way to work or wanting to have a nice break after dropping the kids off at school.

Breakfast Croffle


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For those looking to grab a hearty breakfast to start the day, the Breakfast Croffle serves a breakfast of crispy bacon and portobello mushroom on a croffle, paired with herb ranch sauce. The sauce adds a delightful touch to the classic breakfast.

Cluckin’ Amazin’ Burger

The Cluckin’ Amazin’ Burger takes the crossover game to a new level, introducing the gochujang aioli and manchego cheese into the fried chicken burger, accompanied by red onions.

Pull My Pork Croffle

For those craving for flavourful comfort food, the Pull My Pork Croffle may be an option to try. The dish comes with Mexican pulled pork and pickled jalapeño on a croffle. The tender and moist pork shreds reveal a juicy profile to the endless possibilities of croffle pairings.

Cheese lovers will be happy to find Easy Cheesy on the menu, a dish that consists of a sourdough focaccia filled with Manchego and cheddar. Also on the menu is the Soldier Stack, the bakery’s nod to the Singaporean breakfast with sous vide eggs and the bakery’s popular sourdough, complete with soy sauce. Amidst the meat-based options, the Quinoa Colour Bowl is a vegetarian-friendly item on the menu that has quinoa, pomegranate, cherry tomatoes topped and diced cucumbers.

Dessert Croffle

To end a long day, the Dessert Croffle with creamy vanilla ice cream propped on croffle slices is a deceivingly simple dish that treats diners to a tasty contrast between the crunchy croffle and the soft vanilla ice cream.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Waterway Point Croissant dough in the croffle

The croissant dough that makes up the croffle gives a layered filter to the rich ice cream as diners melt deeper into each bite.


Convenient Location and Spacious Seating

Convenient Location and Spacious Seating

The outlet is next to the Punggol MRT and bus interchange, with spacious seating inside, making it an ideal hangout spot. The sizeable food portions also meant that diners can order for sharing.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Waterway Point is located at 83 Punggol Central #01-66 Singapore 828761. It opens daily from 7.30 am to 9 pm. Do note that the all-day dining menu is only be available from 10 am onwards. Website


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