New in town: Beigelhaus, Tanjong Pagar — Muslim-owned bagel cafe sells thick bagels with fillings like Salmon and Beef Brisket

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What’s thick, fluffy and stuffed with an assortment of delectable ingredients? A bagel, of course. Fellow bagel lovers can rejoice at the opening of Beigelhaus, a new Muslim-owned bagel cafe in the Tanjong Pagar vicinity.

image of beigelhaus' bagels

Located along Robinson Road, Beigelhaus specialises in a variety of stunning bagels and wraps with generous fillings. Fill yourself up with The Corned Cow (S$14), a bagel consisting of corned beef brisket, gherkins and yellow mustard.

image of beigelhaus' bagels

The Pink Loxy (S$16) is an enticing option too, filled with cured salmon, cream cheese, red onions, capers, confit tomatoes and apple & fennel salad.

Beigelhaus offers vegetarian bagel options too, such as The Fake-R (S$15), containing plant-based meat, truffle mushroom, kombu butter and pickled red cabbage, and The SEC (S$15), which has scamorza, emmental, smokey cheddar, pickled red cabbage, confit tomatoes and parsley pesto.

image of beigelhaus' homemade schmears

Beigelhaus also sells bagels filled with homemade schmears (aka spreads), which are more affordably priced at S$6 and under.

For S$5, you can get their Roasted Honey Garlic Butter or Kaya + Cream Cheese varieties. Meanwhile, S$6 can get you their Rhubarb Jam + Cream Cheese, Kombu Butter, Truffle Mushroom + Cream Cheese and Hazella + Cream Cheese flavours.

image of beigelhaus' coffee

Why not have a drink to go with your bagel? Choose from Beigelhaus’ selection of cafe drinks, including an assortment of coffees like an Americano (S$5 for hot, S$5.50 for cold) or a Mocha (S$6 for hot, S$6.50 for cold).

Alternatively, treat yourself to a milkshake, like Two P’s (S$7.50), which is made with butterfly pea, peach, vanilla and milk, or Single Shot (S$8), consisting of one espresso shot, marshmallows, vanilla and milk.

image of beigelhaus' staff

If you’re ever in the Tanjong Pagar area, be sure to drop by Beigelhaus for a quick bagel fix.

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