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Bread Yard

653 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Breads handcrafted with ancient Japanese and European techniques served with all-day breakfast, sandwiches, leavened pancakes, and aromatic drip coffees in a rustic and fast casual setting.

1 Fusionopolis Place
#01-23/24 Galaxis
Singapore 138522

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Friday:
08:30am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 03:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:30am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
08:30am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:30am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 08:00pm

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Got the pulled pork eggs benedict ($14) too! Thought the Hokkaido brioche could have been lighter, but the pulled pork was richly flavoured and tender. The poached eggs were pretty well done with a runny yolk :-) The pinto beans and salad offset the heaviness of the dish!

Perhaps I’ve been spoiled by other bowl joints, but the salmon furikake bowl ($14) fell flat for me. The brown rice base was hard and dry, with a small portion of tomatoes, mushrooms and broccoli. The salmon was well seasoned but a little over cooked and thus hard, not at all moist like you’d expect salmon to be!

I didn’t manage to catch which supplier Bread Yard sources its beans from, but trust me when I say the coffee is really good! We tried both the Brazil (nutty with hints of chocolate) and Guatemala (fruity with floral notes) beans in an 8oz flat white ($4.50). Personally prefer darker roasts so the first was a bigger hit for me!

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Bread Yard is hands-down one of the best places for affordable bakes!! Their pistachio chocolate tart ($4.50) is my favourite - a buttery, crumbly crust encasing rich chocolate fudge. I could do with more pistachio (lends a hint of saltiness for dimension!) but no complaints for the price and ambience.

Paid only $6 for this grain bowl! Super worth it after 50% Eatigo, or 1 for 1 on Burpple Beyond.

Best part of this bowl was the bread stick that tasted kinda like all the crispy parts of a croissant rolled together. HEAVENLY.

Rest of the dish was pretty good but nothing special.

My only criticism would be - this wasn’t really filling so if you have a good appetite like me, this won’t make you feel full but it’s enough to keep you sated till your next meal. Basically it’s healthy la. Portion control lmao

I was a bit freaked out by the pinkness of the chicken, but I was reassured by the staff there that it’s just due to the grilling method. So all you hypochondriacs take note ok

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Been patronising Bread Yard since they first began at SUTD’s one-north campus, and I wish they’d bring back the rendang and bread pudding! Went for the shakshuka ($14), and added mushrooms ($2.50), which was 10% off at lunch time with a reservation via eatigo. It was a fairly filling with two large slices of bread, two eggs and substantial amount of sausage. However, the shakshuka itself is more watery than hearty tomato/pepper sauce that I was expecting. The bread looked crisp on the outside and appeared to be soft and fluffy inside, but it’s actually quite dense and chewy - great for dipping into the shakshuka, but not so much on its own with butter (happy they provide butter tho!). Skip the mushrooms cos they were fairly wet and tasteless.

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