[CLOSED] Pie Face @ Bugis Village, Singapore

Monday, January 19, 2015

Pie Face, the world’s largest pie chain, has finally arrived in Singapore from Australia! Established in 2003, the Sydney-headquartered micro-bakery café is best known for baking all of its gourmet pies from scratch. The dough of the traditional French puff pastry takes three days to prepare. The kitchen team is required to fold the special blend of butter to create 48 layers.

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These savoury pies come in both regular and mini sizes. There is two ways of having the pies, one is in a cardboard sleeve, so you can eat them while on the go, second it eat them as "stacks" for those dining in. Stacks are pies topped with smash, mashed potatoes or peas and gravy [additional $1 each].

Credits: Pie Face
Here is some of the pies available in store :)
The regular pies are priced at $4.90 each and the mini pies are priced starting from $3.00 each.
I've tried Chunky Steak Pie, Chicken and Mushroom Pie, and Thai Green Curry Chicken PieMy favourite is the Chunky Steak Pie, add the ketchup sauce for a more distinct flavour. Thai Green Curry Chicken Pie is pretty good too, you don't really see this type of flavours in pies.

 Besides pies, they serve awesome sausage rolls too! I recommend you to try Chicken & Cheese Sausage Rolls, it is packed with cheese all around and in the middle too.

At Pie Face, patrons can also savour crumbly cookies, moist cakes and piping hot soups. Other than its array of palatable pies, Pie Face also serves high-quality coffee. The prices for the coffee start from $4.00. They are the perfect accompaniment to the pies and a great perk-me-up to start the mornings right.

Other bites includes the Almond Stick and Cheese Stick. My opinion is that the crust is too thick, making my mouth dry after every bite.

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These sweet pies are available at $3.30 each. 

During the tasting, I've tried:
·    Lemon Pie - Glistening dome-shaped lemon custard sits on a sweet crust pastry. Orange rind caps off the pie. 

·    Pecan Pie - Resting on a crumbly base, the crunchy pecans are drenched in a sweet maple sauce.

·    Chocolate Pie - Chocolate mousse with a crisp chocolate shell, encased in a sweet crust pastry.

·    Coffee Mousse Pie - fragrant and creamy soft centred.

My favourite among these four is the Coffee Mousse Pie. The tart crust was slightly harder so expect a little mess while enjoying every bite.

Do check out their first outlet at 313@Somerset and the upcoming one at NEX!

Pie Face Singapore,
Bugis Village,
249 Victoria Street,
Singapore 188034

Opening Hours:
10am - 10pm

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