6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#01-09/10 Clarke Quay Central
Singapore 059817

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Yup it's good, the garlic mixture was fragrant, the cream cheese layer was thick and uniform, and the sweetness was balanced.

It's not very crispy at all tho

🐟 Mala Tuna ($2) (9/10)
Was surprised at how much I loved this bun cuz I usually don't eat tuna but the tuna taste isn't too fishy, and the mala taste is 💯 The fillings are sooo generous! Aside from just tuna and sauce filling, there's also onions inside, providing a nice crunch. Super flavourful and delicious! The only thing is that it's very salty, the saltiness can be toned down a bit.

❤ Mala Floss ($2) (8.5/10)
Was surprised to cut this open and have floss just SPILLING out because usually buns with floss fillings aren't very generous, but this bun definitely is! The floss is infused with mala taste, making it slightly spicy with that mala aftertaste. The bread is on the chewy side and has a bit of mala sauce swirled on top. Another really good bun, great for floss lovers like me! The floss can be a bit dry though so maybe there can be a bit of sauce inside the bun too!

🌽 Mala Corn ($1.70) (8.4/10)
The simplest bun of all, this has soft bread topped with mala sauce and corn. It sounds ordinary but is packed with sooo much flavour from the spicy mala sauce and the sweet corn! Also really liked this, tastes like a classic fragrant bakery bread.

Really like the mala-ness in each of these breads, they're spicy (but not breathe fire-level spicy) and have that signature peppercorn aftertaste. Super good and if you had to try just one, I'd recommend the mala tuna cuz WOW those flavours just kick!

This is one of the BEST bakery buns I have ever had in Singapore. Even when not fresh out of the oven, the bread retained its crisp exterior, which was a lovely juxtaposition against the soft, creamy and garlicky cream cheese filling. I hope this remains a regular feature on their menu.

Crispy flaky outside frm the crackly sugar n fluffy chewy soft buttery goodness inside 😍 Their coffee is good too :’) Used to eat it for bfast when I went to work n it was a real comforting n happy bfast hehe

Kueh Lapis has been a staple goodie for my household; this year one slice of the above led to a preorder of 2 whole cakes (original and prune). Why? 1. You get the fragrance of cinnamon and nutmeg spices at every bite especially the original version 2. These are not too sweet IMHO. Even as the prune version is slightly sweeter; I’d like to think it is due to the sweetness from the prunes themselves.

With Barcook‘s version of my favourite CNY staple accessibly available at their various outlets; I am confident this will not be our last preorder.

Bread lovers rejoice! Homegrown bakery, Barcook Bakery has launched 7 new veggie-centric buns!
Never thought that I’ll be intrigued by veggie-centric buns but some of the offerings here did wow me! .
The crowd favourite was the Lotus Trio ($2.80) which had 3 slices of lotus root topped with cheese and bechamel sauce while I liked the Veggie Fondue ($2.80) too, since my favourite broccoli was on it and was inspired by a cheese fondue ◡̈
Other offerings include Spring Mindori ($2.50), Mushroom Issho ($2.50), Tomato Basil ($2), Spinach Gomae ($2) & Leek Wasabi ($2.50)!