Sourdough-focused bakery and cafe with toasties and soups opens in Punggol

People who love all things sourdough will definitely have a great picnic at Anna’s Sourdough. Punggol’s newest addition takes a simple starter and bakes it into their fresh produce, transforming it into delicious dishes that make the perfect brunch and lunch.

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The bakery cafe was opened about a month ago by the founder of The Soup Spoon. Take a seat in their warm, quaint space, and while you wait for your order to arrive, feel free to explore their bakery section. Here, you can find freshly baked items like Earl Gray Fig with Honey ($8), Jalapeno Cheddar Muffin ($5.50), Carrot Walnut Cake ($8) and of course, loaves of sourdough bread with different flavors.

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Outdoor seating will see fairy lights greeting you and lots of greenery giving off calm and relaxing vibes. The low wooden tables and open air make it a great place to relax, catch up with friends and even work while eating cakes.

Dishes that are perfect for brunch include Anna’s BIG Brekkie ($26) and a mix of breakfast classics with her own twist, like Spring Avocado Toast ($14) and Just Granola and More. ($13) that come with house-made chocolate sourdough granola.

For a hearty dining experience, check out their soups like Boston Clam Chowder Sourdough Bread Bowl ($16) and Chicken Gumbo OG Version ($22), and stews like Tuscan Barramundi Stew with Sourdough Olive Bread ($28).sourdough by anna-07
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The French Onion Soup with Cheese Sourdough ($16) was quite an indulgent sight to behold. The sweet and savory soup was topped with a slice of incredibly cheesy sourdough that blended superbly with the flavors of the soup. Expect a huge explosion of flavors as you dip into the stretchy cheese. It also comes with a side of arugula, cherry tomatoes, and almond flakes, all drizzled with truffle balsamic dressing.

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I also got their grilled kimcheese toastie ($18) which was another creation of cheesy goodness thanks to the blend of cheddar and Parmesan cheese. Get your cameras ready for some magnificent cheese pulling! The homemade kimchi was an absolute delight, bringing hints of sourness and some crunch to the grilled sourdough malted rye bread.

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The toast was paired with a creamy tomato soup and had plenty of acidity without being too overpowering.

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Refresh your palate and quench your thirst with one of their fizzes made with Audrey starter sourdough. The Pink Mint ($7) was a sweet and fruity concoction that includes elderflower cordial, mint leaves, and cranberries. It’s definitely not a boring drink and it only elevated my entire sourdough-centric meal even more.

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Even for someone who isn’t the biggest fan of sourdough, I enjoyed the enticing array of dishes at Anna’s Sourdough and am excited to return to try the other dishes, as well as their awesome baked goods! visited anonymously and paid for her own food at the booth pictured here.

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Sheila Hong

Known among her friends for her enormous sweet tooth, Sheila is willing to try any food that comes her way, as long as it’s edible. She spends half her time fighting off food comas with attempts at naps and a good sweat session in the CruBox to get rid of those pesky calories.

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