At Keong Saik Bakery, which has locations in Keong Saik and Chip Bee Gardens, modern pastry concepts are blended with local flavours and heritage. Their pastries reflect this fusion of influences – the baker’s croissant cubes (from $6.30), for instance, have decidedly local flavours, such as muah chee (peanut mochi) and orh nee (yam). The design of their signature pastry, the sor hei ($5.40), is also inspired by local heritage – it is named after the hair-combing ritual performed by the majies who lived in Keong Saik. If you’re looking for more traditional bakes, Keong Saik Bakery also has a lineup of loaves and buns like rye sourdough loaves ($5.50), brioche loaves ($8), and English muffins ($3.70 for three). Other options on offer include whole cakes, cookies, tarts, cruffins, and savoury sandwiches.
We're always up for a good carb-fix any time of the day, whether it's cake, pizza or a plate of pasta. But most of all, we're always in the mood for loaf. Thankfully, we have plenty of choices when it comes to quality baked goods in Singapore. Croissants, baguettes, flatbreads, sourdough bread, brioche buns, pastries and rolls, here is where to get some of the best bread in Singapore. Fresh out of the oven, of course.
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