Located just beside Telok Ayer MRT, The Muffinry serve fresh bakes that would certainly make you salivate. This 3 story cafe is home to ove...

Food Review: The Muffinry

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Located just beside Telok Ayer MRT, The Muffinry serve fresh bakes that would certainly make you salivate. This 3 story cafe is home to over 10 variety of muffins that even follows a duty roster. As the saying "the early bird catches the worm" goes, it caters the morning crowd with opening hours as early as 8am! The cafe also reaches out to customers with an old soul, with a typewriter for one to play with!

Getting there:
Exit at  Telok Ayer MRT (towards TA Street)

What they are famous for:
Wide variety of muffins (Signature spiced carrot) , coffee

Opening hours:
Monday: 8am - 6pm
Tuesday - Friday: 8am - 10pm
Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Closed on Public Holidays

Atmosphere: 8/10
Price: 8/10
Food: 8/10
Service: Self-service

 Walk in
Cakes, sandwiches and salads which are also available

Self-service section

The Bean program which was an interesting concept. In case if you couldn't see the photo well (sorry for the blurry picture)

1) Get an empty tube and put your name on the tag. (Any name or symbol is welcomed) You can even share it with your friends!
2) Hang it on the rack and don't forget your spot! 
3) Drop a bean for each drink you purchase. (It is an honor system where The Muffinry trusts each and every of their customer to have integrity)
4) When the tube is filled (another bean can no longer be put in without toppling over), let the staff know and you will receive on the house: 

- One cup of coffee and 2 muffins OR
- Two cups of coffee OR
- 3 ripe bananas.

Sounds great right!

Second story 
Stairwell leading to the third story 
Third story 
Drinks menu 
Sandwich menu 
Muffin roster! Check out their green eggs and ham muffin!
Apple Blueberry Crumble, Earl grey and fig, Lime macadamia white chocolate - $2.80 EACH

The aroma of the muffins were show-stopping! My favorite was the Lime with MWC, because it encompassed both sour and sweetness which was amazing. I found the Apple Blueberry crumble a little too sweet for my liking. EGF was another unique-tasting muffin which was rich, flavorful and aromatic.

Hot Chocolate  - $4.50 
Carrot Cake - $6

It was impossible to stop raving about this after the first bite. I'm usually not a fan of carrot cakes because I don't exactly fancy walnuts, but this was a winner. The cake was moist and smooth. The cream cheese was light and was perfect for my liking.  

The muffins were heated up and we had to retrieve it at the collection point. The servers there were really friendly.

I would say that this would be a good cafe to study at. It's quiet, and it serves good bakes. The Muffinry was unlike other cafes where they would blast music and you would be constantly bugged by the churning of coffee machine. I really loved how calming this cafe was especially when we were at the third story. It felt like we had the whole place to ourselves.


Behind the scenes of each cafe-hopping trip. Our "mini" photo-shoots! Hehe. 

Hope y'all found this post useful!

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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:31 PM

    have you tried any super nice korean food in telok ayer? been looking at some list but not sure which to go for with my limited time here in Singapore