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

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10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm


10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

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Having tried and fallen in love with the sourdough at other well-known bakeries, I had high expectations for Fine Dining Bakery. Unfortunately, they were not met.

The bread is kinda chewy and very dense. It's really moist in the center as well. Which is fine, but it just didn't have that airy crumb which I expected sourdough to have. Nor did it have that classic fermented sourdough taste which I was hoping for.

I did like the sweet pop of the raisins and the crunchiness of the pumpkin seeds. But it tasted kinda like a roll form of Gardenia raisin bread. Which is delicious, but not worth $4.50 πŸ˜…


Look at the cross section of that egg mayo soaking into the bread! This was the epitome of Japanese taitai indulgence; two super fluffy bread slices with egg mayo jam-packed between them. ($8.50 ala carte)

I love how the egg is not evenly smashed...there are still large chunks of egg yolk and the egg white chunks is chopped into uneven chunks which give it such a homemade feel and taste. The bread isn't soggy and the egg mayo to bread ratio is generous yet proportionate. It's just so comforting biting into one of these super fluffy babies.


The cinnamon butter sugar toast is rich in butter and crisp on the outside while fluffy inside. The cinnamon was fragrant, going very well with the butter too.

Finally tried the Fluffy Shokupan from Fine Dining Bakery! The bread was fluffy indeed while being slightly chewy with generous chunks of egg mayo sandwiched in between them. We got set meals which included a salad and a soup too! πŸ˜‹

Not a hyperbole. Having had amazing sourdough from many great artisanal bakeries, nothing made me squeal internally like this unassuming loaf.
This Magic of the Moon ($2.50) is a steal at that price. The crust crackled, quite resoundingly, with such a nonchalance. And the fluffy white interior was magically chewy and fluffy due to the right ratio of moistness and doughiness.
Of course bread texture depends on preference. But at $2 50, I could eat this everyday.


I choose the bread platter which is the chef’s recommended breads. I managed to try many varieties of bread they offer. It is served with maple honey syrup, butter, brie, prosciutto ham and guacamole. Everything is just complimenting each other.

On the other hand, the egg sandwich is a definite winner. The bread is super soft and moist filled with the delectable filling which is well-seasoned and super tasty. With no exaggeration, every bite transported me back a memory of Japan. I will definitely come back.