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Here in Singapore, we have seen our fair share of food mashups. These include the “cronut”, a croissant and donut hybrid, the sushi burrito (self-explanatory), as well as the pizza waffle, to name a few.

Now, Tiong Bahru Bakery unveils their latest creation–pancake burgers–as part of their new Raffles City outlet dinner menu.

Pancake burgers at Tiong Bahru Bakery Raffles City

The creative folks at Tiong Bahru Bakery have whipped up 3 types of pancake burgers for you to sink your teeth into.

They recommend the PB & B Pancake Burger ($23) which has smoky spiced pork belly sandwiched between a stack of fluffy pancakes. The pancakes have maple syrup drizzled over them, with a generous helping of salted caramel, caramelised bananas, and peanuts to add some crunch.

PB & B Pancake Burger (Image Credit: Burpple User Raine Liu)

If you prefer something savoury, The Kim Cheesy Pancake Burger ($23) is the dish for you. It tastes and resembles an okonomiyaki with its bonito flakes and lettuce toppings. The savoury kimchi pancakes in this unique creation are complemented with a tofu patty that is drenched with a sweet bean sauce. Pick this if you want a lighter option to the PB & B Burger.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Kim Cheesy Pancake Burger
The Kim Cheesy Pancake Burger (Image Credit: Nylon)

Last but not least, there’s our favourite–the Breakfast Pancake Burger ($18)! This dish is bound to satisfy the pickiest of eaters with its sweet maple syrup-drenched pancakes, breakfast sausage, crispy bacon as well as tater tots. One taste of the crispy tater tots will get you munching on them non-stop.

Tiong Bahru Bakery The Breakfast Pancake Burger
The Breakfast Pancake Burger (Image Credit: Nylon)

Other options on the menu

Not a fan of pancake burgers?

Well, there are other equally delectable options for you. For instance, check out the wholesome Rainbow Rice Bowl 2.0 ($22) that contains brown rice, cucumber, avocado, peas shoots, and many other ingredients that will fulfill all your nutritional needs in one dish. We love that the ingredients keep you full without inducing a food coma.

Tiong Bahru Bakery rainbow rice bowl
Rainbow Rice Bowl (Image Credit: Burpple Guides)

Another item worth trying is the No Fuss Chicken Fusilli ($19). While this is a relatively common dish in many restaurants, Tiong Bahru Bakery checks all of our boxes with their well seasoned pasta, coupled with tender chicken thigh ragu. This will definitely be included in our list of comfort foods after a tiring day at work.

Located at such a central location and with such well executed dishes, Tiong Bahru Bakery is going to be our go-to option for dinner gatherings!

Tiong Bahru Bakery
Address: #B1-11/12, Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Dinner timing: Weekdays: 5pm – 9.15pm; Weekends: 9am – 9.15pm
Contact no.: 63334160

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(Header Image Source: Nylon)