Kenny Hills Bakers
Time Out says
Residents of Bukit Tunku can be found with a smattering of crumbs on their faces these days, thanks to the newly opened artisanal bakery-patisserie by owner-filmmaker Au Tai Hon, who also had a hand in the now-closed The Yogitree. The space is so tight you can’t even do a cartwheel, but that’s because it’s lined with shelves of croissants, cinnamon Danish pastries and gluten-free buns (only on Saturdays). Get a freshly baked sourdough, inhale the scent and tear off an end – it’s easily one of life’s greatest pleasures. Kenny Hills Bakers was designed for takeaways, but there’s no stopping the crowd from hunkering down for a quick brunch – toasty croque-monsieur, baked eggs flamenco and quiche – at the limited tables outside.