A household name in Singapore, Bengawan Solo is synonymous with traditional cakes and kueh made using the highest quality ingredients and time-honoured methods of preparation. Special occasions are not the same without Bengawan Solo’s signature treats such as Kueh Lapis Sagu (rainbow layer cake), Ondeh Ondeh (coconut-coated glutinous rice balls filled with molten palm sugar), Kueh Lapis (spiced layer cake), and butter cakes and cookies. Knowing travellers often buy a box of these delectable cakes to enjoy on their plane journeys, or as tasty gifts for friends back home. continue reading
10:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:30
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The cheese breads from this confectionery shop looks really presentation in their packing and the price is quite alright as well. However after I have tasted it, I was not really impress with it. The bread texture is quite alright, which is still soft and quite fluffy. I think the bad point about this bread is that the shredded cheese baked on top of it are very dry and not really that tasty or even fragrant at all. continue reading
We bought a Chocolate Gateau cake from Bengawan Solo recently to celebrate a friend's birthday.It was really chocolatey and yet, not too overpowering and it definitely wasn't too creamy either.I feel that Bengawan Solo cakes are great for people who don't like very creamy or sweet cakes as they have just the right balance continue reading
Was at anchorpoint shopping for my shoes. When about to leave, got myself a pandan cake as my afternoon snack.Love the texture of the pandan cake, it is so soft and fluffy. And the pandan taste is so fragrant and delicious. Yummy!! Think bengawa solo pandan cake is one of the best you can find in Singapore. Many tourists like to buy this cake back when they were here in Singapore. This little green cake is so poplular among the tourists. continue reading