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Soft, fine traditional white bread with the perfect ratio of kaya and butter. Simple, cheap and delicious! ⁣⁣⁣

Situated in the heart of Bugis Street Level 1, Ah-Huat Traditional Bread offers freshly baked traditional white bread with spreads of your choice, such as kaya, butter, peanut butter. The breads are spread on the spot so you can order any combination of bread spreads that you like! They do offer other options on their menu like Hotdogs and Croissants but I say go for their traditional bread if you come here.
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DISCLAIMER: There are quite a few similar stalls around the area so make sure you don’t get the wrong one

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