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The Missing Pan @ Bukit Timah Road

Special thanks to Cyndiana for hosting!

Opened in November 2013 by artisan bakers and husband-and-wife team, The Missing Pan is an all-day bakery and brasserie that prides on serving up food that is good to eat, share and enjoy. Located in a little shophouse along Bukit Timah Road, the quiet respite offers freshly-baked, organic artisanal breads for dine-in or takeaway on level one, and refreshingly imaginative, modern cuisine on its upper floor.


Caesar Salad ($10)
Romaine lettuce, bacon, garlic croutons, 62 deg. egg, parmesan cheese, caesar dressing

Ultimate egg porn with the lethal cut through, one of those easy to replicate salads.


Chorizo Fiesta ($10)
Spanish pork sausage, dried chilli, gherkin, black olives   

If spicy is up your alley, find comfort in these tongue tingling delights.


Chargrilled Squid ($12)
Marinated in our hush hush seasoning


With such secrecy surrounding their tangy sauce, I made no attempt to decode it either. Just to know that the squid was grilled till tender and the sauce was so inviting, it went well with nearly everything dunked in. 


Mushroom Quesadillas ($18)
Wild mushrooms, capsicum, spanish onions, mozzarella 


Great for a snack, these are filled with peppers, chicken and cheese to make it a healthier version of pizza.


Smoked Duck Risotto ($25)
Smoked duck breast, semi sun-dried tomato, hojimeishi mushroom, baby spinach  

Comfort food for the rainy day, this well flavoured risotto was packed with so many good things, I would exchange congee just for this.


Prawn Aglio Olio ($24)
Tiger prawns, spaghetti, chilli padi, parsley, EVOO  

I am amazed at the number of options there are for mains and there is even pasta for the fickle. Crunchy prawns adorn a bed of pasta tossed in extra virgin olive oil and garnished with chilli.


German Baby Back Ribs ($36)
Flame grilled, glazed with signature bbq sauce, fries, mesclun salad 

Meant only for the hungry, this dish comes compete with a stack of fries and back ribs that are fall off the bone texture.


French Toast Salpicon ($19)
Chicken, spinach and mushroom stuffed in French toast, banana nuggets, mixed berries, strawberry. smoked maple syrup


This looked and tasted like an ultimate french toast with both the sweet and savoury locked in one massive dish. Within the crispy edges of the french toast is a mountain of chicken, spinach and mushrooms stuffed. Progress from savoury to sweet with an equally amount of sweet toppings to end off.


Black Forest with Kirsch Liqueur ($8) 

A refreshing take on black forest, this cream based cake was light and certainly a lady's favourite.


Brownie and Thyme Ice Cream ($12)
Homemade thyme ice cream, nutty brownie, berry compote and crumble

Loved the presentation, with brownies and thyme icecream was perhaps the most unlikely combination but this actually worked for me.


Panna Cotta ($12)
Mango passionfruit jelly, blackcurrant coulis

Deconstructed dessert with the panna cotta presented in a tube and mango passionfruit gels served on the side. A pretty one not to miss!


Kalamansi Coconut Mint ($6)


Pinky Guava ($8)
Minted Guava Puree and Club Soda Served in Highball Glass

Amongst the thirst quenchers available, I made an attempt on both and found them creative with unique pairings.

The Missing Pan offers more than just bakery items and a quiet respite away from the crowds and fuss at Coronation Plaza. Word has it that their lunch sets are particularly popular amongst students as well.

The Missing Pan
619D Bukit Timah Road

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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