Baker's Well

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~$10/pax
FRESHLY BAKED GOODS SINCE 2004 Tracing back to the humble beginnings of Baker's Well in 2004, we started out as a small labour of love striving to produce wholesome and truly homemade products from our ovens. One of our beliefs and fundamentals - lovingly made products that everyone can genuinely enjoy. SEE YOU FOLKS!

35 East Coast Road
Singapore 428754

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Saturday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Bought two packs of cheese twists for $7 cos they looked so crunchy and tasty while displayed on the counter. Staff assured me they can be kept for two weeks. Went back and tried it and I was sorely disappointed. The twists were stale with no cheese umami whatsoever.... may have been on their counter for two weeks because nobody buys them. Tried their apple tart which is their signature product. Nothing to crow about. Wont be back ever again.

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Their snow skin is soft and I like their texture. My favourite is their osmanthus honey truffle. However the price vs size of the mooncake seem steep for me. More a “luxury” buy for me.

Late to the party, my CNY backlog ensues (part 1)- first I’d like to introduce some of the new goodies I’ve had over the (extended) 3 days of festive feasting.
One, almond pillows from Baker’s Well which reminded me so much of the crushed till fine almond nuts i used in a vegan almond muffin recipe I was trying. What this really means is a little carbs to bind an unadulterated portion of fine almond bites. Very nutritious and almost unfit for the indulgent nature of CNY.
Next, Le’s golf ball pineapple tarts. I’ve known the establishment for their signature beancurd tarts but was pleased to find they do a good rendition of the classic CNY treat; at an abnormal size it was very nice to share a piece with a loved one to leave room for the other containers on the table.

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Had croissant and iced lemongrass here. The croissant is not crispy (apparently it is not fresh from the oven) and doesn’t have any buttery taste. The lemongrass is better than expected - i just wish it is bigger in size.

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Tucked away in a small corner of Katong is baker’s well, which sells muffins, cakes and even breads! I got the banana walnut muffin [$1.90] to try and it was pleasantly tasty! It was moist and buttery but just enough to satisfy that afternoon snack craving. They also carry a bunch of other flavours like chocolate strawberry and a handful of other desserts like the almond croissant.

🧁🍫 🔰 🧁🧀
Unintentional discovery of this bakery; 👩🏻‍🍳🍞
Needless to say, curiousity got better of the 🐱; Now, between the two, I’d rather the chocolate, cheesy was like the sweeter version of plain (vanilla) Jane round the hood, w a krimmm cheeze “well” (cos it’s from baker’s well ya see) in the centre;
Chocky on the other hand, was bursting 🥳 w melted chock-full of 🍫 from those dark chips; On a separate note, it was also a good to note this bakery offers gluten free bread options 🙌🏼💚🍞💚🥐💚🥖🙌🏼
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