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With all the restrictions during the Circuit Breaker period, your go-to bakery might have stopped their operations. At the same time, your supermarket might have run out of all the essential items needed to bake a loaf of bread at home. Don’t fret, for we’ve found 10 places where you can get your bread fix! Some of them even offer islandwide delivery right to your doorstep.

Kamome Bakery

kamome


Situated within Goldhill Shopping Centre is Kamome Bakery — a bakery selling Japanese-inspired bread. Stepping into the bakery is like entering a bakery in Japan. They offer a wide variety of interesting bread, which is not commonly found in local bakeries. The Red Bean & Butter is a very typical Japanese combination. Sandwiched between the bread was a generous portion of red bean, and a slab of butter. The butter gave a salty edge to the read bean, and helped to moisten it too. Other interesting flavours include the Yuzu Chestnut, Banana and Brown Sugar. Kamome Bakery also sells savoury breads like Pork Cutlet (Tonkatsu) Sandwich or Teriyaki Chicken & Kinpira. If you prefer plain bread so that you can pair them with your favourite spreads at home, you can bring home a loaf of Kamome Toast or the Sour Dough (Dark Chocolate) which is freshly baked daily!

Kamome Bakery

Address: 169 Thomson Road, Singapore 307621

Mobile: 8134 3635

Opening Hours: 8am to 7pm daily. (Closed on Wednesdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Bakery/Kamome-Bakery-102858964498977/

Mr Bready

mr bready


Mr Bready in Mei Ling Market specializes in Breads, Cakes, Kuehs, Cookies and Desserts. They are best known for their steamed cakes (Huat Kueh) which are made with sweet potatoes. There are six flavours that are mainstays – Sweet Potato, Osmanthus, Matcha, Black Sesame, Gula Melaka and Strawberry Milk. But, they have a grand total of around 30 different flavours of huat kueh that they rotate throughout the year! The soft and moist cakes are healthier as they are less sweet and the sweetness comes from sweet potatoes. Mr Bready also offers a variety of breads with interesting flavours like Black Sesame Purple Sweet Potato Wholemeal, Tapioca Wholemeal, Pulut Hitam Wholemeal Bun and their signature Wintermelon Mochi Wholemeal Bun. Head over to their FB page for more updates and information.

Mr Bready

Address: 159 Mei Chin Road #02-31, Mei Ling Market, Singapore 140159

Mobile: 9018 3083

Opening Hours: 7am to 3pm daily. (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrbreadysg

Jie Bakery

jie bakery


Are you one of those who loves your old school traditional bread and doesn’t even know what artisanal breads are? Well then, you’re in luck! We found an old school bakery specializing in good old white loaf that goes perfectly with your kaya and butter. Situated in Tai Seng, Jie Bakery rolls out batches of freshly baked bread daily. While the dough is kneaded with the help of machines, they are painstakingly shaped by hand. They sell bread with fillings as well as some delicious loaves. Their Sausage Bun is one of the hot favourites. They also have wholemeal options, the rainbow bread which the ice cream man uses, and many more!

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Jie Bakery

Address: Blk 79 Circuit Road #01-54, Singapore 370079

Mobile: 8754 1056

Opening Hours: 1pm to 9pm daily. (Closed on Mondays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JieTraditionalBreadBakery/

AM Bakery

AM Bakery Almond Croissant


With the aim to bring European artisanal breads to the heartlands of Singapore, Andrew and Anson started out AM Bakery along Upper Serangoon Road. They put in a lot of effort into their bakes, and use only top quality ingredients which are commonly used in French bakeries. Their best-seller is none other than the Almond Croissant. A sugary white almond paste and crunchy almond fakes coat the flaky and crispy croissant. The bread they sell here are made using French Levian aka Mother dough, which is a pre-ferment or sourdough starter, giving the bread more taste. They have a wide selection of artisanal bread including baguettes, brioche and sourdough. They now offer islandwide delivery, and you can place your orders here.

AM Bakery

Address: 1187 Upper Serangoon Road #01-04, The Midtown, Singapore 533971

Mobile: 9339 0793

Opening Hours: Mondays to Fridays 12pm to 6pm daily. Weekends 11am to 6pm. (Closed on Tuesdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ambakerysg/

Bread and Hearth

Bread and Hearth


Every bread and pastry here is baked in small batches using traditional European methods. They emphasize a lot on using age-old bread-making techniques, which may be time consuming, but yields distinct results that discerning gourmands will surely approve of. Bread and Hearth offers a range of fluffy croissants, exquisite viennoiseries, sweet and savoury pies and tarts. They use pure butter and premium ingredients for their bakes which are baked freshly in-house daily. Their signature flaky Le Croissant is made with French Normandy butter, and a lot of effort goes into the lamination and folding technique to achieve the best honeycomb pockets within the croissant. If you like cinnamon, don’t miss their Cinnamon Bun which is soft and fluffy.

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Bread and Hearth

Address: 18 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089125

Phone: 6534 7800

Opening Hours: 8am to 9.30pm daily.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreadAndHearth/

Konditori Artisan Bakes

Konditori Croissants


If you would kill for some kickass croissants, you need to visit Konditori Artisan Bakes! The croissants here are absolutely delectable! Their flaky and buttery Butter Croissant had a nice crisp and soft core. The pastry was slightly sweet, with a touch of saltiness coming through as well. If you want something more luxurious, try the Red Velvet Croissant, which contains a luscious cream cheese filling. Other than their superb croissants, they also offer a huge selection of sweet and savoury bakes. Konditori Artisan Bakes also has some specially curated boxes of treats which are great to bless some of your friends with during this difficult period. They are available for islandwide delivery. Find out more here.

Petit Pain

Petit Pain


The owners of Petit Pain, Mark and Regina, pride themselves on baking simple but good quality breads. To ensure the high quality of their breads, they make the baked goods in small batches freshly in-house daily. Their breads are also free of improvers, preservatives and artificial flavours. Petit Pain sells a selection of rustic and savoury loaves, as well as some really crispy croissants. The Shiitake Flatbread has that lovely cheese pull when pulled apart. If you have a sweet tooth, the Pain Au Chocolat will definitely satiate your taste buds! In light of the Circuit Breaker restrictions, they are only accepting advanced orders for self collection(strictly no walk-ins).

Nick Vina Artisan Bakery

nick vina


If you prefer to eat healthy, you’d be pleased with the offerings at Nick Vina Artisan Bakery. They are Singapore’s first approved Healthier Dining Programme Bakery. They pride themselves on baking preservative-free bread that’s moulded lovingly by hand. They have two types of bread that’s made with at least 50% wholegrain. The 4 Grains Spelt Bread is made with Barley, Corn, Matt Wheat and Brown Flax. The grains give a wonderful nuttiness to the slightly tangy sourdough bread. Indulge in these delicious guilt-free loaves of bread with your favourite jams and spreads now!

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Nick Vina Artisan Bakery

Address: Blk 79 Circuit Road #01-54, Singapore 370079

Mobile: 8754 1056

Opening Hours: 1pm to 9pm daily. (Closed on Mondays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nvartisan/

Starter Lab

Starter Lab


If you’re an avid fan of Sourdough, you would probably be familiar with the famous Tartine Bakery from San Francisco. Co-founder Emerson Manibo trained at the famous Per Se restaurant in New York, and Tartine Bakery before venturing into his own bakery business, Starter Lab. A lot of time and effort go into the baking of their famous sourdough. Each loaf here is fermented for at least 24 hours before being baked! Apart from their sourdough, they offer other bakes such as Miso Baguette, Milky White, Focaccia, Scones, Banana Bread and more! They also have a selection of Posh Toast and Sandwiches like the Avocado Bawang with Spicy Sriracha Sauce on Seeded Wheat, and STARTER LAB 3 Cheese on Rosemary. Although their prices are on the higher side, they are definitely worth a visit if you love sourdough and European bread!

Bakery Brera & Fine Foods

Bakery Brera breads


Bakery Brera & Fine Foods is a completely local artisanal brand started by husband-and-wife duo, Thrina Low and Jacky Chan. They are most known for their Insta-famous cruffins, but they also serve up some really amazing breads! Bakery Brera does not use preservatives in their bakes, and only uses premium ingredients from France and Japan. There’s an extensive variety of sweet and savoury options suitable for people of all ages. Expect classics such as Baguettes, Ciabattas, Sourdough, and even vegan and sugar-free options. Check out their online shop here.

Were you one of those who didn’t manage to get flour, eggs, or other essentials to bake your own bread? Well, don’t be sad because you can still get delicious breads and pastries delivered to you!

Germaine Tan

Never understood how people eat to live as Germaine has been living to eat her whole life! Born into a family of hawkers, she loves to explore places to find good food be it locally or abroad. In her free time, she loves to experiment cooking and baking as well as practicing yoga just so she can afford to eat a little more!



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