Go on. Do it. Eat a Scroll. Flavours might include a traditional cinnamon bun with cream-cheese frosting; a Malaysian scroll with shredded coconut and white chocolate; peanut butter and banana; and chocolate and caramel, all on a brioche base.

Husband-and-wife duo Julian and Tammy Chew opened this permanent space after a successful pop-up a few doors down.

They bake twice daily, once in the morning for the eat-on-the-run rush and again in the afternoon for the tea-and-coffee crowd. Coffee at the store is by Coffee Supreme and there's a range of sugar-dusted cruffins too.

Updated: August 8th, 2017

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