New in town: Humble Bakery — Cafe with artisanal Korean-style scones and burnt cheesecakes in One Raffles Place

Whether you call it scones or biscuits, there’s no denying the excitement that comes with the recent launch of Humble Bakery on 4 Dec 2022 at One Raffles Place. Initially, Humble Bakery started out as a home-based business in 2021, followed by a move to a commercial kitchen and finally opening their own cafe.

Humble Bakery - Exterior Shot
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Helmed by former Bakery Brera colleagues, the new Humble Bakery outlet will see the addition of another talented baker-partner who hails from a 5-star luxury hotel and renowned patisseries. 

Humble Bakery - Pastries
Credit – Humble Bakery

It will also feature new speciality bakes and cakes: Lemon Blueberry Humble Loaf (S$5) a fragrant lemony loaf cake with blueberries topped with tangy cream cheese frosting, Chocolate Chip Cookie (S$2.50) made with Belgian couverture chocolate, Brown Butter Apple Cake (S$8) that has layers of cinnamon spiced cake layers and brown butter cream cheese frosting and Strawberry Shortcake (S$8 for sliced, S$56 for whole).

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Humble Bakery - Artisanal Scones

One of its best-selling items, the Korean-style artisanal scones, remains available with the same rich and flavorful options such as Humble Original (S$3.50), Parmesan White Choc (S$3.50) and Double Choc Kaffir Lime (S$3.50). You can also opt for mochi-filled scones like the Orh Nee Mochi and Peanut Mochi at S$4.80.

Humble Bakery - Christmas Bakes
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If want something a little stronger, go for the liqueur cakes such as Tiramisu-Choux (S$8), Gateau Breton (Prune) (S$5.50) and Blackforest Cake (S$8.50 for sliced, S$60 for whole). Another crowd pleaser is the Vanilla Basque Burnt Cheesecake (S$8.50 for sliced, S$56 for whole) that uses four cheese and vanilla bean paste.

Pair these baked goods with aromatic coffees prepared by a barista such as Mint Mocha (S$5.50/S$6), Vanilla Latte (S$5.50/S$6) and Cappuccino (S$5/S$5.50). If coffee isn’t your thing, there are tea options such as Kyoho Oolong and South African Rooibos at S$5/S$5.50 which are specially hand-picked by the team to match the artisanal bakes.

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