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Bakery Brera & Fine Foods

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Bakery Brera offers freshly baked artisan breads, pastries, pizzas, tarts and cakes made with the finest ingredients. Takeaway only.

8 Empress Road
#01-05 Empress Mall
Singapore 260008

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07:00am - 07:00pm

07:00am - 07:00pm

07:00am - 07:00pm


07:00am - 07:00pm

07:00am - 07:00pm

07:00am - 07:00pm

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Meet their offspring Cruffin. I got the Lemon Curd Cruffin ($4.5) and also its dad aka the Croissant ($3). .
Shaped like a muffin using a special mould, the Cruffin was delicately baked with many layers folded with lemon curd within. Citrusy-sweet, buttery, flaky, fluffy, it was a delicious mess to devour. .
The Croissant was crisp on the outside and airy on the inside. I bought this at 8am but only ate it in the afternoon and it still has the full rich buttery flavour, a hallmark of a good croissant. .
Legend has it that the Cruffin babies get on the shelves in 2 batches at 745am and noon but are sold out by 10am and 2pm respectively on weekends. I happen to be in the neighbourhood on a weekend. Well, if you ask me, it seems like the perfect thing to wake up and get their freshly made artisan breads on Saturday 8am. .
📍 Bakery Brera, Singapore #JourneyToTheWest

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All the baked goods bought:
Croissant ($3)
Raspberry Brioche Tart ($3.50)
Cruffins ($4.50 each)
- Peanut butter & Jam
- Kaya/Coconut Jam
- Nutty Salted Caramel
- Lemon Curd
Apple Galette ($4.80)
Kouign-Amaan ($4.20)
As some of the pastries (Apple Galette & Kouign-Amaan) were only eaten sometime later, won't be fair to review it.

Peanut Butter & Jelly Cruffin ($4.50)
Thick and chunky peanut butter on top of sweet and tangy raspberry jam; Loved this flavour the most.
Taste: 8/10

Kaya Cruffin ($4.50)
Coconut jam was fragrant and subtly sweet, loads of filling within but I think I'll stick to the kaya butter toast though as there wasn't anything to complement the kaya.
Taste: 6.5/10

Nutty Salted Caramel Cruffin ($4.50)
- Strong notes of almond
- Salted caramel had a very thick consistency and was not cloyingly sweet
Overall, tasted like the most sinful cruffin out of the 4; Definitely get this one if you have a sweet tooth/on a cheat day
Taste: 7.5/10

Lemon Curd Cruffin ($4.50)
Love the thick consistency of the lemon curd but it was slightly too tangy for me, very refreshing though
Taste: 6/10

Raspberry Brioche Tart ($3.50)
Sweet slightly tangy raspberry on top of a buttery, soft, moist dense brioche. Very interesting pastry but don't think I'll buy it again as it was too dense to me and I felt that the brioche could be slightly more buttery for a greater contrast to the raspberry.
Taste: 6/10

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Croissant ($3)
I have tried numerous croissants from numerous well-known bakeries (Mother Dough, Bread & Hearth, Keong Saik Bakery, Bread Createur, Nick Vina Artisan, Bread Society, Maison Kayser, Brotherbird Milk & Croissants...), this is truly the airiest and lightest croissant I've had thus far. Consuming it fresh from the bakery, it was crisp and had a good crunchy exterior, breaking into an extremely fluffy interior that was not too buttery. As a result, it did not feel too rich and will leave you space for their other baked goods.
Taste: 9.5/10

Open from 7am till 7pm, this neighbourhood bakery next to Empress Market is perfect for breakfast pitstops or teatime drop-ins. If you're lucky, snag their Insta-famous cruffins ($4.50 each) that sell out fast. Standouts include the PB&J and Lemon Curd. Otherwise, you'll be satisfied with any of their available pastries, including the delightfully flaky Kougin-aman ($4) that is coated in caramelised sugar for a perfect crunch.
Photo by Burppler Maureen Ow

This hole-in-the-wall bakery has been on our list for the longest time, and we finally managed to lay our hands on it, literally. Crispy and buttery enough, this Kouign-amann uses Elle & Vire French butter and this piece of bliss takes 3 days to make. Craving satisfied!

Bakery Brera & Fine Foods — it’s a completely local artisan brand. The humble bakery churns out amazing European bakes, comparable to those in Europe!

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