Have you ever dreamt of having a week’s supply of croissants? A flaky, buttery, freshly baked croissant every single day? Make your dreams come true this April Fool’s! Tiong Bahru Bakery is offering customers 7 croissants each on the house. No, this is not a prank.
Starting from 1 Apr to 30 Apr 2023, you can claim up to 2 croissants a day at any of their outlets. The best part is that customers are entitled to 7 croissants in total. All you have to do is purchase any cold or hot coffee or tea beverage of your choice between 10am to 6pm. Basically, you can purchase any drink except for bottled beverages. Customers will be given a stamp card that needs to be presented at the counter.
Coffee lovers can grab a Latte (S$4.80) or Cappuccino (S$4.80), while avid tea drinkers can try out their Nymph of the Nile (S$6.20) which is a white peony tea with Egyptian basil and Persian rose, or Pearl of the Orient (S$6.20), a Chinese jasmine pearl green tea flavoured with Moroccan rose.
Other than the standard Croissant (S$4.80) that they’ve perfected over the years, Tiong Bahru Bakery also serves Pain au Chocolat (S$5.40), a croissant with chocolate filling, and Kouign Amann (S$6.60), a crispy pastry glazed in caramelised sugar.
They have loaves of fresh bread like a Baguette (S$5.20) and Sourdough (S$14.90) ready to be sliced and eaten with butter, or to be made into sandwiches.
Tiong Bahru Bakery bakes their flaky goods every 2 hours, so you know you’re getting the freshest croissants in Singapore. They use high quality French flour and butter to ensure that every customer gets to sink their teeth into these indulgent pastries.
Mark your calendars and don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
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