Time to satisfy those cravings. Head to Raffles City Shopping Center for some delectable treats.
Whose heart won’t melt with those fluffy and gooey cinnamons? By just the mention of it, for certain, you are now imagining how those soft layers will calm those tensions you have been feeling for the whole day.
Worry no more, as the iconic American cinnamon roll has now finally opened its outlet in Singapore. The famed sweet pastry featured in Better Call Saul finally made its way to the basement of Raffles City in early February of this year.
It can be recalled that cinnamon lovers have been raving about it since December, after its announcement. With its classic cinnamon rolls that are meticulously made from the cinnamon gathered from the mountains of West Sumatra, it’s totally difficult not to get excited to have a taste of these delightful treats.
Here’s What to Try on Your Visit to Cinnabon!
Four decades since the father-son duo opened their first bakery in Seattle, Washington, in 1985, Cinnabon has massively grown into one of the most recognizable international chains with outlets in more than 50 countries.
Noted for their warm, tender dough and signature cream cheese frosting, Cinnabon’s rolls have become such an irresistible treat among pastry lovers. There’s the Cinnabon Classic (S$4.20 for the mini and S$6.80 for the original size) that is made with Makara cinnamon sourced from Indonesia, smothered with rich cheese frosting, and a touch of lemon juice that gives that perfect balance of sweetness and taste.
There’s also the ultimate favorite Caramel Pecanbon (S$4.80 for mini and S$7.60 for the original size) that comes with caramel and toasted pecans, Cinnachips made from crunchy pieces of cinnamon rolls made with the odd ends (S$4), and the ever-handy Roll-On-The-Go (S$4) that are great for snacking on the go.
While the choices for now are limited as it just opened, Cinnabon Singapore also offers cinnamon-free pastries for those who would like to try something else, like the fun-sized, chocolate-drizzled Chocobun for only S$4.50. Soon, you can also enjoy cinnamon rolls that are inspired by Singaporean flavors, such as kaya and biscoff.
To complement those soft treats, you can spoil that sweet tooth of yours with those Chillattas. For only S$6.50, you can already get that savory blend treat made from frozen beverages, particularly strawberries, cookies and cream, and cinnamon caramel. In case you’re not a fan of sweet drinks, you can also get the MochaLatte Chill for S$5 or the refreshing, zesty flavors of Sweetheart Lemonberry for only S$4.50. Note: This is only exclusive to Singapore!
Truly, it’s difficult to resist the temptation to get some more when it comes to Cinnabon pastries. Hence, bring home some for your friends, colleagues, and family members. Cinnabon’s Signature Cinnapacks (multiple cinnamon rolls in a box), Cinnbon (a box of four regular-sized Cinnabon rolls), and Minibon 4 are perfect for your picnic, midnight snack, or as gifts!
To date, Cinnabon Singapore has no specific menu announced yet. They’re also working on obtaining Halal certification (though their ingredients neither contain pork, lard, nor alcohol).
Cinnabon Singapore is situated at 252 North Bridge Road, Raffles City Shopping Center, #B1-60, Singapore, and is open from 11 am until 8:30 pm every day (or while stocks last). Get your sweet treat today! You deserve it.
Cover image credit: Cinnabon