Debuted in May 2012 on Eng Hoon Street in charming Tiong Bahru, offering the neighborhood a range of French pastries and artisanal breads made with the best French flour and butter. As one of the very first French bakeries in Singapore.
The Tiong Bahru Market is home to popular hawker stalls.
The quaint neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru – known for its elegant 1930s-1950s art deco residential blocks and its network of trendy cafes and popular hawker stalls – comfortably straddles both the past and present.
Located in the hip Tiong Bahru enclave, Privé is a great place to have a bite from breakfast all the way to drinks and desserts. Privé also has a strong skew towards plant-based food options that will satisfy even the most die-hard carnivore. So come and hang out at our relaxed indoor or alfresco terrace and bring your children, everyone is welcome!
Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry has been around since the 1970s and it sells all kinds of Nonya treats and baked goods. Everything is made fresh in the store, with old-school methods. Be prepared for long queues!
One of the best places to enjoy “meat bone tea” in traditional style is at Old Tiong Bahru Bak Kut Teh at Seng Poh Road. The old school coffeeshop restaurant has a menu for a variety of tze char dishes but it is best loved for the flavoursome tender pork ribs served with peppery broth.
House of Peranakan Petit is a modern and intimate 30-seater restaurant located within a former Peranakan enclave along Eng Hoon Street in Tiong Bahru. Helmed by chef and owner, Bob Seah, the restaurant serves traditional Nonya cuisine from Bob’s treasure trove of secret home recipes as well as a few new Peranakan-inspired creations.