Al'Frank Cookies - Packaging

Al’Frank Cookies At Haji Lane, Flourless


The first time I dropped by Al’Frank Cookies, it was closed on an expected Wednesday. I made my second attempt days later as I was in the area. The colour of the door reminded me of Elffin & Elffin, a cafe that was down the lane.


Al'Frank Cookies - Shop Front


When I stepped into the shop, I was welcomed by the baker himself. He gave me the Macadamia and Chocolate Chips Cookies for sampling. I like both. The cookies were flourless as they replace flour with finely ground Oats


Al'Frank Cookies - Oats


There were about a dozen flavours and I tried a few others like Double Chocolate Cookies, I find it too sweet as both the cookies based and filling were chocolate. I tried some dried fruits and nuts cookies, the dried fruits was not too hard as they soaked it with fruit juice before using it for making the cookies. And Cappuccino and some others which I can’t remember.

I bought a total of 300g wtih 50g free as there was a promotion. I got the coffee flavour for my brother and he loves it. The Chocolate Chips and Macadamia for the family to try. Everyone enjoyed the cookies. My sister even asked me where I got it from.


Al'Frank Cookies - Cookies


Certainly, I would return for more of the healthier form of cookies without flour.



Al’Frank Cookies

12 Haji Lane Singapore 189205
Tel: +65 9667 5147



Opening Hours

Sunday – Thursday 1100 to 2000; Friday – Saturday 1100 to 2130


Getting There

By MRT: Downtown line & East West line – Bugis station

By Bus:
– alight at or opposite Plaza Parkroyal along Beach Road – 100, 107, 107M, 961, 980;
– alight before Sultan Mosque along North Bridge Road – 7, 32, 51, 61, 63, 80, 145, 175, 197;
– alight at bus stop near Bali Lane, along Ophir Road – 48


Rating: 7.5/10