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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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Popped by to grab a few croissants since it was on the way and was SHOCKED AT THE PRICE IN STORE OK LIKE WAT da hECK DAMN EXPENSIVE. This Hojicha Cruffin was $6.90..... holy cow it’s not even big but I just took it anyway because the other flavours available didn’t appeal to me. And frankly speaking, I can’t justify the price paid lah like it’s just too small to be priced this high and doesn’t taste amazing leh. It’s nice lah like the hojicha filling was not too sweet, had a good bitter-roasted flavour and was smooth. However, the cruffin isn’t buttery enough as I’d like croissants to be but it’s very crispy!! I have to give it credit for it’s crispiness cos I bought this like 3 days ago LOL and it still tasted fresh after reheating so it’s fine and kinda surprising. I also got the Almond Croissant ($4.50) which also remained crispy when I sneaked a bite from the fridge HAHAHA nothing rly impressive la if u ask me........ 太贵了 and the location ulu so I wouldn’t specially travel down again :( if I were to compare this to Keong Saik’s cruffins, I would prefer KS in terms of taste (and price/size too)!!

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💸: $8/slice

Finally tried another famous burnt cheesecakes from @bakerybrera

Got the Original, Matcha & Hojicha cheesecakes

The cheesecakes have a hint of rum in them. I feel that it makes the cheesecakes feel a bit ‘heavy’ in terms of the taste unlike the Keong Saik’s version that has a hint of citrus which makes it more ‘refreshing’. This one can get a little cloying if you finish the whole slice..

Flavour-wise, get the Original or Hojicha as they taste better..Didn’t like the Matcha one as I felt the rum taste was quite strong and it didn’t go well with Matcha imo

In terms of the texture, it’s definitely more molten than Keong’s and creamier but I would still choose Keong’s as they have more varieties and their combinations taste better and I did’t get that cloying feeling as well..

There are days when you just crave for the simple things in life. @bakerybrera's 𝗽𝗹𝗮𝗶𝗻 𝗰𝗿𝗼𝗶𝘀𝘀𝗮𝗻𝘁 ($3.50) is a nice companion for those lazy mornings snuggled in bed with a good book.
Maybe not crazy crispy or buttery but it's a charmingly safe choice that wasn't over-indulgent when you just want simplicity. Delightful treat with a gentle buttery fragrance and light flaky crust. Slightly doughy but fluffy enough to remind you of the comfy bed covers you're lying on.

In comparison to the hojicha version, I found the original burnt cheesecake rather forgettable.
A good controlled dose of sweetness but perhaps lacking a bit in character. The texture is similar to the hojicha one, so whilst still enjoyable I would ride a few more stops on the Circle Line to The Kins' for my burnt cheesecake cravings instead.

Hopped on the @bakerybrera hype train. Ye boi basic. But this 𝗵𝗼𝗷𝗶𝗰𝗵𝗮 𝗯𝘂𝗿𝗻𝘁 𝗰𝗵𝗲𝗲𝘀𝗲𝗰𝗮𝗸𝗲 ($8.50) turned out the good kind of basic — wholesomely bittersweet, like my generic Joji playlists. 🥵🤟🏻
The smooth creamy core was slightly denser so whilst it coated the tongue nicely, it didn't quite melt in the mouth. Its beauty was in the elegantly balanced richness, with a pleasant dosage of earthy tea fragrance layered snuggly under light sweetness.
Good enough for a return trip, compared other kinda supbar bakeries. Admittedly didn't live up to hype, though am I truly living the millennial life if I don't waste my time chasing pointless trends? 🤡✨


Tried several of their breads and everything was a winner. For this one, the garlic was strong which provided the aroma as well. Mixed in with a generous slab of cream cheese and herbs for the savoury bite, sourdough was not too hard and not too soft, really fresh. I loved how this was divided into 6 so it's easy to "pull apart" into bite sized pieces! (Also more aesthetic that way)