Bread & Hearth (Katong V)

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Bread & Hearth Katong Village Hotel adopt the use of fine ingredient for our pastry. Sprawl across a floor area of 2000 sqft, we cater up to 70 seats. Your preferred bakery cafe in the East.

30 East Coast Road
#02-27/28/29 Katong V
Singapore 428751

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08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

08:00am - 08:30pm

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Fave bakery of all time. They even slice up and toast a simple bun that I ordered. Crisp on the edges and super fragrant with the peanut butter and nut filling. Such an underrated find.

Forgot how much I loved this bakery cafe until I found myself here on a Sunday afternoon. These well priced bakes are very reliable and they make Bread and Hearth one of my favourite bakeries in the East.

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Cheese Danish with a cream cheese frosting. Looks better than it tastes.

A heartily feminine-portioned beef burger with tortilla chips side and cold lettuce X sliced tomatoes. This won my heart over with its runny sunny side up, juicy beef patty with melted cheese a top, sweetly caramelized onions, a grilled yellow capsicum and homemade burger buns.
The in house made BBQ sauce that I mistaken for a homemade ketchup was also tangy and sweet, corollary to the meaty patty.
Altogether on the burger execution spectrum, this would definitely be in the "better/well" range. While a great lunch option at $12.90, I felt it would especially be well loved by ladies with its portion and flavors. 😬
P.S: if you also love heartily dense bread, do not forget getting your hands on the decadent rye loaves here that could easily fed a family of 4.


Thought it was going to be decent, but turned out to be a disappointment. Perhaps it was sharing the same display chiller as the cakes, the entire Choux puff was sadly dry and tough; totally lacking of moisture. To make things worse, the eclair was only filled up for the first 3/4 with chocolate Choux paste (which was also rather solidified), leaving the last 1/4 devoid of any filling with just the stiff pastry ...


Got to know that Bread & Hearth had recently opened their second outlet in the east though this was situated in the middle of a huge aisle; still plenty of space for seating. Hadn't really seen this item around in their Keong Saik outlet, but I really liked how this went. Choux pastry was decent, sugar-dusted with sprinkles of nuts though could be just a wee bit more soft and moist it would really be better, while the Hazelnut cream was thick and rich of chocolatey and nutty flavours with a crunchy layer inside to bite on. Really goes well with a cup of leisurely coffee in the afternoon.