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The Fat Kid Bakery
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The best bread delivery in Singapore for sourdough, pastries and buns

Get freshly baked bread and pastries delivered to your door

By Delfina Utomo and Fabian Loo
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The DIY sourdough craze may have passed, but the love of bread will never die. In times like these, we could still do with a carb fix at any time of the day. Even with the work-from-home lifestyle, however, not everyone has the time to whip up a bake or two, so bring café-style breakfast home starting with quality sourdough bread. Hit up these bakeries for some of the best loaves in Singapore and get it delivered straight to your doorstep no matter where you live.

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The Fat Kid Bakery
Photograph: The Fat Kid Bakery

The Fat Kid Bakery

Restaurants Bakeries Ang Mo Kio

Buoyed by the encouraging demand for her recipes, an entrepreneurial 24-year-old Ariel Tang decided to turn her love for baking into a business venture – first as a home-based bakery, and now, a brick-and-mortar store. Sample a selection of Ariel’s signature bakes through The Fat Kid bakery: Triple chocolate brownies ($15) are so fudgy they melt in the mouth, making it all too easy to consume the decadent squares. And the main highlight is the Sourdough Bombos ($3.50 to $5), a take on Italian doughnuts made using a two-year sourdough starter. Each comes filled with luscious flavours: suffused with toasty oolong, stuffed with tart-sweet summer berries, or bursting with warm apple jam.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10 
Order here thefatkidbakery.com

Tablescape
Photograph: Tablescape

Tablescape

Restaurants Contemporary European City Hall

The bread trolley from Tablescape is a well-loved fixture among diners; it offers a rotating variety of freshly baked buns whenever it makes its rounds around the sleek, contemporary European restaurant. So while the restaurant remains closed during this period, it has decided to bring its signature bread trolley service straight to people’s doorstep, by way of the Bread and Butter Set ($43.20). Depending on what’s available, you might find loaves of baguettes, onion bread, brioche buns, and more – all serving as perfect bases to smear on the accompanying unsalted butter or umami-laden lobster butter.

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $25 
Order here tablescape-restaurant-bar.myshopify.com/

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Tiong Bahru Bakery
Photograph: Tiong Bahru Bakery

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Restaurants Cafés Tiong Bahru

This boulangerie – which first opened its flagship store at its eponymous neighbourhood – serves french artisanal bread, tarts and pastries at three locations around town. If you're craving its signature offerings like sourdough bread, kouign-amann, almond croissant and baguette, you'll be pleased to know that you can order them with a press of a button. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee Depends on your location 
Order here Islandwide delivery available on Deliveroo, GrabFood and Food Panda 

Sugar Toast
Photograph: Sugar Toast

Sugar Toast

Restaurants Bakeries Orchard

What sets these thick slices of bread apart from the rest is its handmade dough – prep work at Sugar Toast begins as early as 6am. Imported flour from Japan is first mixed with milk and water, and the mixture is then folded and pounded repeatedly to yield a soft, fluffy loaf. The milky, buttery notes are best sampled in the original toast ($6.90), but creations like the purple sweet potato ($7.90) and white chocolate matcha toast ($7.90) are also worth a try. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $8 
Order here sugartoast.sg

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Mother Dough
Photograph: Mother Dough

Mother Dough

Restaurants Bakeries Rochor

Mother Dough is a force to be reckoned with when we're talking about the best croissants in Singapore. Previously active in the pop-up scene, the bakery eventually settled into a permanent place for their famous bakes and other goods. Besides the crowd favourite and fast-selling almond croissants, take some time to give their other freshly baked goods a try. During this period, stay updated on its Instagram page for its rotating selection of bakes. Delivery service will begin on May 20 for advanced orders. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10
Order here instagram.com/motherdoughbakery/

Starter Lab
Photograph: Starter Lab/ Facebook

Starter Lab

Restaurants Bakeries Tiong Bahru

Starter Lab's amazing bakes starts from its American-style sourdough – which is typically lighter, with a more pronounced sourness than European-style loaves. Each loaf is crafted and fermented for at least 24 hours before it is baked. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $15  
Order here 
Fill up a form on its Instagram page to place a pre-order 

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Micro Bakery & Kitchen Red House
Photograph: Micro Bakery & Kitchen / Instagram

Micro Bakery & Kitchen Red House

Restaurants Cafés Marine Parade

Occupying the iconic Red House in Katong, Micro Bakery is as known for its perfectly folded scrambled eggs as it is for freshly baked sourdough loaves. If you don't immediately pick up the wonderful smell of freshly baked, it's the cosy space or display of buns, pastries and tarts that will pull you in. Due to the current situation at the moment, Micro Bakery is still open for takeaway and delivery. 

Minimum order $10
Delivery fee $15  
Order here microbakery.oddle.me/en_SG/

Brera Bread
Photograph: Bakery Brera & Fine Foods

Bakery Brera & Fine Foods

Restaurants Bakeries Bukit Timah

This Farrer Road joint dishes out some of the best artisanal bread and pastries in Singapore. Located in the old school Empress Mall, Brera is a hidden gem where you can find cruffins (croissant and muffin), baguettes, kouign-amanns, old school buns with savoury fillings and more. 

Minimum order None
Delivery fee $10  
Order here bakerybrera.com/shop/

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Bread and Hearth Avocatoast
Photograph: Bread and Hearth

Bread & Hearth

Restaurants Bakeries Chinatown

Don’t be misled by its name: the bakery doesn’t really house a stone-hearth oven, but you can find typically hard and scratchy European-style breads at Bread & Hearth in its resolve to stick to age-old, time-consuming methods of baking. The café uses a levain to naturally boost the flavour of its dough, and rolls and folds its pastries by hand daily.

Minimum order $36 
Delivery fee From $3.50
Order here breadhearth.com

Nick Vina Artisan Bakery
Photograph: Nick Vina Artisan Bakery

Nick Vina Artisan Bakery

Restaurants Bakeries Raffles Place

Chef Nick Chua from Nick Vina Artisan Bakery started making sourdough over 20 years ago in a bakery in Hannover, Germany and brought its 82-year-old mother dough back with him to Singapore. Since then, he's been making great bakes daily that sell out pretty quickly like wholemeal pita, chocolate buns, sourdough bread and baguettes. 

Minimum order $30
Delivery fee Varies according to your location
Order here order.nickvina.com

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