The Bakery Chef

A casual meet up to explore this place in the hood

we ordered to share (ok i had the waffle to myself but couldn’t finish)

so we ordered to share

Chocolate Guanaja

Chocolate Guanaja



Red Velvet Waffle

Red Velvet Waffle

de constructed

de constructed

Verdict: 2/3 of us will return. 

Coffee: Impressive latte art! My friends had a whale and a bear latte art drawn on their coffees. Taste wise was really ok if you like your after taste to not be so acidic.

Cake: consistent texture.
sweet level: 4/5

Waffle: This was something new that kinda worked. the whitish part is cream cheese, not normal cream.Nonetheless, it was quite solid the waffle, probably due to the chocolate inside. If you like your waffles to have a slightly heavier consistency, I would recommend this one. Crispiness was not compromised even though the mixture was towards the heavy side. 🙂
Just a thought:
1) I think they could try to infuse the cream cheese into the waffle , as I bit into it, there was chocolate inside the waffle, so instead of chocolate, i think if they did it with the cream cheese instead and continued to drizzle the chocolate sauce on the outside, it would have been quite a pleasant surprise.
2) come up with a cream cheese ice-cream equivalent if the above mentioned menthol of infusing the cream cheese is too much of a hassle. Chocolate ice-cream was too much for me.

sweet level: 4/5

Looking forward to return and try the other desserts 🙂

Note* : If i had to measure sweetness level through a cup of milo drink, imagine when making a cup of milo:
Sweet Level (1 being the lowest, 5 being the highest) 

  1. Not at all sweet ( = 1tbsp of milo)
  2. Subtle sweet ( = 1.5 tbsp of milo)
  3. Generally Sweet ( = 2 tbsp of milo + 1 tbsp of condensed milk)
  4. Just nice (= 2 tbsp of milo + 1 tbsp of condensed milk + 1 tbsp of sugar) 
  5. Too much (= milo (9 tbsp of milo+ 2tbsp of condensed mik and sugar))

Damage: $15-$18 per pax

The Bakery Chef
Blk 161 Bukit Merah Central
Singapore 150161
Operating from:  10am-9pm (Fri- Mon),
10am – 7pm (Tues & Thurs)

Joe’s Kitchen

So, just for taste teasers, my mum decided to also add to our dinner, a place highly reccomended by one of the pastors at church : Joe’s Kitchen

We headed right a few steps away from the Hong Kong Street zhi char place and found this place.


Seems to have quite a write up on this place.. 🙂


Spot the famous patronisers


So anyways, because we ordered quite a fair bit from our zhi char, so we thought we order some of the reccomended dishes :


Thai Prawn Fish Cake



Honey Chicken

Verdict: 3/3 of us are coming back here to try the other things on the menu!!!
The Honey Chicken was like fantastic. Ok apart from that u couldn’t go wrong with fried food, but even when we brought it home,( we probably stay 15-20 mins away on a clear traffic day) the chicken was not soggy but still remained crispy? Which i thought was pretty amazing.
For all the prawn lovers, the fish cake was bite full of prawns- super liked by my mum.

Joe’s Kitchen
Blk 125 Bukit Merah Lane 1,