The Fabulous Baker Boy

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fried chicken with waffflesssss
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4.5
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4.5
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3.5
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5.0
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4.0
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4.5
whoops.

Am I supposed to gush about their cakes instead?

But what caught my heart more was their fried chicken with waffles. Yes, it's essentially fried chicken, yes, atop waffles, yes, drizzled with maple syrup. Yes, sweet and salty works.

I've always wanted to try this american famous dish. And tadah, I finally found it! Even though it's quite pricey at 22 per dish.

The fried chicken was fried to a crisp and was covered in golden brown crispy batter, sitting atop a waffle, hiding a pat of butter and scoop of coleslaw. Somebody's gotta hit the gym aye.

We got their garlic fries which honestly in my humble opinion, was. ZEE. BOMB.
Okay, probably cos i haven't tried House's fries. But I feel their fries packed a punch.

Okay on to their sweets.
My eating buds commented that it was not bad but not jaw-dropping-ly good, and further commented that my bakes were better *blushblush*

Hahaha, to each his own. Whatever it is, they do deserve a try!
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Mouthwatering cakes, get ready to drool
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4.5
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5.0
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4.5
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4.5
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4.5
On my journey to the FBB, I got lost multiple times because many sites clearly stated that the FBB is "Opposite Liang Court" but to my dismay, I couldn't find the cafe there! Google maps was of no help. Finally, when I found the FBB, it was actually at the foothills of Fort Canning Park and the nearest MRT station was Clarke Quay.

Despite the exhausting search, I really had a great time at this spacious and well-lit cafe. As I went on a weekday, the place was not very crowded and I managed to get a seat in the air-conditioned part of the cafe. The weather was blistering hot and I absolutely refused to sit outside (For those who don't mind, there are ceiling fans to cool those brave customers).

My friend and I ordered the Triple Chocolate Cake ($7), Carribean Lemon Slice Cake and Ad Fab Red Velvet Cake ($8.50). Their red velvet cake was surprisingly good and it remained the best one of its kind I've had thus far. Otherwise, the other cakes I've tried were fantastic and I wish I had the stomach space to try more. The FBB do offer main dishes but unfortunately, they weren't available by the time I arrived at the cafe.

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Average Spent Per Person:
15
Best Part:
Good quality cakes at decent prices
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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Home sweet home
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4.5
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4.0
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4.5
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4.5
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4.0
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4.5
If you're looking for a new place to chill and get away from the bustling city and all mundane work, this is it! Love the open concept and simple layout of FBB. You're never too far from nature, your chilled cider and those yummy sides! The place simply makes you feel home. Pick up a pen and enjoy some silly moments of random doodling.

FBB not only runs ceramic classes, it also puts up the handicrafts and artworks of local budding artists.

For non-drivers, you can conveniently drop at NE5 - Clarke Quay station and enjoy the short walk over to FBB.

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