[New] Brotherbird Coffeehouse @ Bali Lane

Brotherbird Coffeehouse

Brotherbird Coffeehouse reopened their doors just 5 days ago, which used to be known as “Brotherbird Mochi and Softserve Co.” It’s just a mere 5 minute walk from Bugis Station and I can say that their croissants are one of the best I have had in Singapore. They have a range of unique flavours, some of which I would have never imagined to be considered a flavour that would be available in a croissant. The current seasonal flavours include the Mango Sticky Rice Twice-Baked, “Tang Yuan” Twice-Baked and the Mandarin Orange Meringue Croissant.

Earl Grey Tea Croissant, Churros Croissant & Mandarin Orange Meringue Croissant

The first croissant we had was the Mango Stick Rice, which had fresh mango filling and coconut mochi, topped with coconut flakes. The croissant was crispy, flaky, and the layers inside was filled with air pockets, making the pastry very light. The outer layer of the croissant was also sweet as it was coated in a thin layer of caramelized sugar.

Mango Sticky Rice Twice-Baked

We opened up the center of the croissant, which revealed the layer of fresh mango filling and the coconut mochi. The coconut mochi was not too sticky and the mango filling gave a refreshing tropical taste.

Revealing the Coconut Mochi and Mango Filling

The second croissant I had a go at was one of the crowd favorites, the Rocher Croissant. The outer half of the croissant was coated with a thin layer of dark chocolate and topped with diced almonds.

Rocher Croissant

Similar to the other croissant, the outside was crispy, and the inside had beautiful airy pockets, some filled with delicious nutella filling.

Nutella Filling

The croissants were really amazing, so I decided to buy a box of 6 to bring back to my office to let my colleagues try (although a part of myself wanted to have them all so I could try the other flavours). But good things must share right?

First Row (Left to Right): Earl Grey Tea, Mandarin Orange Meringue, Rocher
Second Row (Left to Right): Mango Sticky Rice, Tang Yuan, Matcha Chocolate Roll

Fortunately, there is a Brotherbird “Milk & Croissants” outlet at CT Hub 2 near my workplace, so I might just drop by to grab one of these for breakfast on the way to work!

Brotherbird Coffeehouse
32 Bali Ln,
Singapore 189868
Tel: +65 9296 4997
Opening Hours: 12pm – 9:30pm (Wed – Mon), 6pm – 9:30pm (Tues)

Brotherbird Milk & Croissants
CT Hub 2, 114 Lavender St, #01-05,
Singapore 338729
Tel: +65 9296 4997
Opening Hours: 8.30am – 3.30pm (Daily)

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