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Hidden Artisan Pastry Cafe @ The Former Yishun Polyclinic!

(Image by @liinn.b on Instagram)

Situated a mere stone’s throw away from Yishun Pond, next to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, the Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre now occupies the former premises of Yishun Polyclinic. With an aim to gather young Singaporeans from all walks of life to create a positive impact on our society, HYC is governed by what the centre has determined to be ‘wholesome’ values, and presents dedicated zones for studying, leisure, and dining!

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Dubbed ‘Slow Bakes’, this quaint concept café by Real Food, is located within the HYC compound. Showcasing both indoor and alfresco seating arrangements, the Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre serves a variety of fresh artisan pastries and bread.

Of their innumerable offerings, the café is best known for their $6.50 local breakfast set which comprises of Kaya Toast, Brioche, 2 half-boiled eggs and Singaporean coffee. Other offerings include, the $5.40 Semolina Sourdough, $3.50 Vegan Brioche, $3.50 Chocolate Loaf, $3.50 Pumpkin Loaf, $5.40 Raisin Cinnamon Sourdough.


Slow Bakes @ Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre

Address: 30A Yishun Central 1, Singapore 768796

Operating Hours: (Wed-Mon): 7am – 2pm

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