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Bread Yard

386 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.
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1 Fusionopolis Place
#01-23/24 Galaxis
Singapore 138522

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Thursday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 02:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

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Behold the aftermath of toasting and tearing apart the Houjicha Cruffin from Bread Yard. There’s probably no way to eat this without getting down and dirty as the lava filling oozes out.

This is basically a croissant made into a muffin with a molten Houjicha interior, and a Houjicha bo lo bao-esque crust. It’s been dipped into caster sugar too.

I guess the way to eat it is to heat it up first, so that the interior gets all gooey. While we were super hyped up after smelling the Houjicha and seeing all the lava ooze out, we were disappointed with the taste. The croissant texture is on point, but the Houjicha filling was bland despite its lovely olive green colour and specks of Houjicha tea leaves. The star of the cruffin was he Houjicha crust, which really smells and tastes of Houjicha.

Would not order this again!

Before toasting and breaking it apart to reveal all the lava ooze.

Picked this up for tea time while we were having lunch at Bread Yard.

Since we’ve had chocolate tarts from Lemuel and Cake Spade the last few weeks, I’ll be using them as benchmarks. I thought this was the most balanced tart of the three, with a great tart crust and quite yummy chocolate filling.

The tart crust was thick enough, and held up well without crumbling into tons of pieces when we cut through it. The chocolate filling was a little too soft and melty (maybe we should’ve refrigerated it), but it wasn’t too sweet and went well with the tart crust. It’s worth noting that this was the cheapest out of the three at $4, and of course it’s unfair to compare their chocolate to Lemuel which is a chocolate specialist. I didn’t feel that the pistachio added much taste to it, so perhaps a stronger tasting and crunchier nut like almond might’ve been a better option?

Despite that, apart from their breads, it’s definitely worth picking up at chocolate tart from Bread Yard! Affordable and good for a dessert or tea time snack :)