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Ah Teng’s Bakery, Singapore, Singapore

 
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tibi60's pictureby tibi60 Food travel tip
added on the 13th of October, 2010
Raffles Hotel is notoriously expensive, so not many people can afford to dine there, never mind sleep there. But here's some good news for the hungry backpacker on a budget. Ah Teng's Bakery, located inside the hotel, is a really affordable and great place. Ah Teng's is a very nice pastry shop where you can get anything from freshly baked goodies to delicious dim sum.

The interior of the bakery is almost lavish in a very colonial style - large wooden chairs and marble table-tops, but don't let the fancy look scare you - it really is affordable! Get a slice of deeelicious Sacher or Blackforest cake, or the shop's absolute must-try: the glazed strawberry tart, topped with glistening berries and filled with creamy custard with pieces of vanilla bean. Exquisite!

Address:
1 Beach Rd Raffles Hotel Arcade

Opening Hours:
7.30am-5.30pm

 
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