15 Queen Street
#01-03 Wilby Central
Singapore 188537

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Thursday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Friday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Monday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 05:30pm

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Matcha azuki swiss roll @ $2.70

Got this on impulse as I happened to see it when waiting to make payment at the counter. And so glad I got it! There's also the croissant version of this, which I'll consider getting next time

Chizu ham croissant @ $4.50

I always have a problem with this bakery because everything here looks soooooo good. It took me some time to decide on this and it did not disappoint. Very tasty, especially after toasting it, can never go wrong with classic ham and cheese combination.

Tart with balanced sweetness, Asanoya’s latest Cranberry Series is the best of both worlds. Freshly baked with premium Japanese ingredients and with no preservatives; the Cranberry Series features an awesome list of items; 

Cranberry Swirl Slice - the mild tanginess was nice
Cheesy Cranberry Bread
Cranberry Cream Cheese Pan
Cranberry Walnut Au Lait - my favourite with the crunchy studded walnuts

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Yuzu season has returned to Boulangerie Asanoya!

Great for tea time, their seasonal Yuzu Bread Series is back with a nice selection of bakes. Summer-y and refreshing, the Yuzu Cruffin ($5.50) embellished with crunchy chopped nuts was as good as I imagine it to be. The smooth yuzu cream filling had a good zing amidst the sweetness and as expected of the croissant-and-muffin hybrid, the exterior was flaky as well as buttery. Similarly, the Yuzu Cream Cheese Danish ($5.00) had a wonderful bite as the buttery layers were so very light and flaky. There was also a good dose of tanginess as the yuzu cream cheese was both distinctly citrusy and savoury. The Karuizawa Yuzu Summer ($3.50), on the other hand, was milder in flavour and soft. Lastly, with specks of tea leaves infused into the dough to add a unique twist, the hearty-looking Yuzu Royal Milk Tea Loaf ($5.80) was not too dense. The yuzu-glazed bread held a subtle whiff of tea and delicate citrus notes. However, a little insipid, the flavours could definitely be more intense in my opinion. 

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Like a bread care pack for the whole family, Asanoya Signatures $30 Bundle sees 8 of their bestsellers in a single set. One for everyone, the assortment of fresh bakes sees a nice variety. For a sweet afternoon tea break, there are all classic options like the An Pan, sugar-crusted Melon Pan, Pain Au Chocolat, and two slices of Matcha Karuizawa. Whilst the fragrant Curry Donut, flaky Camembert Bacon Croissant, and French Potato served as hearty savouries that pair well with a morning cup of coffee. My absolute favourite being the carb-on-carb combo of the French Potato! Stuffed with an entire baked potato, the French bread was so buttery and crusty on the outside - well worth the calories. And the layer of creamy mayonnaise was like the literal icing on the cake as it was perfectly umami.

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Introducing Asanoya’s Easter Series, freshly baked with premium Japanese ingredients and no preservatives!

Asanoya Bunny ($3.5)
Kouign amann ($3.8)
Pain Au Chocolat ($3.5)
Croissant ($3.2)

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