1-for-1 dining at places you already love — Kajiken, Creamier, Park Bench Deli & more. Join the Burpple Beyond club today!
Address icon

207 River Valley Road
#01-59 UE Square
Singapore 238275

(open in Google Maps)
Opening icon

10:00am - 05:00pm


10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

View Address & Details Arrow down
Managing business icon
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE Managing business arrow


From the Burpple community

Opened for a couple of months at UE Square where EN Bar was located, Fine Dining Bakery by Akira M. is a Japanese-style bakery that is run by Chef Akira who have had his background at Restaurant Joel Robouchon before setting up his very own bakery.

Coming in a set, the Sour Dough Sandwiches also comes with a mini soup on the side as well (not pictured). Served in the form of three open-faced sandwiches, the Sour Dough Sandwiches features toppings such as Onion, Hokkaido Mini Scallops and Smoked Salmon. Amongst the three, only the Onion is served toasted; the cheese being all melted and stretchy whilst going together well with the sweetness of the caramelised onions, while the toast gave a firm bite being dense whilst crusty on the outside. For the Hokkaido Mini Scallops and Smoked Salmon variants, the sourdough is served as-is; the bread being dense, yet fluffy without being particularly heavy, carrying a firm bite that held the bread well from crumbling while carrying a light tang from the fermentation process — pretty well-balanced especially for those who think that the sourish notes of the bread from now-defunct The Bakery by Woodlands Sourdough is a little heavy-handed. The toppings are equally wonderful; the Hokkaido Mini Scallops came fried till golden brown with panko crumbs — light and crisp on the exterior while the scallops are fresh with a bite within, also coming with guacamole that was smooth, buttery and creamy. Smoked salmon was also fresh and briny; pretty generous in portion size, and topped off with onions for a slight zing that refreshes the taste buds.

A hidden gem in the heart of town which seems to be well visited by the Japanese community residing in the River Valley/Robertson Quay neighbourhood.