169 Thomson Road
Goldhill Shopping Centre
Singapore 307621

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Friday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 07:00pm

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A really Japanese bakery located in one of the Japanese expat hangouts/residence areas. I had the banh mi, essentially baguette with the typical beef found in gyudons. Not sure if actual banh mi is stuffed with this method of cooking up beef too, but it tastes Japanese. I had it for dine in and the staff, while friendly, didn't offer to re-toast it so it is quite hard and chewy sadly. The coffee is served in takeaway cups (didn't ask if can BYO) and the beans are from Japan itself and therefore quite special.

Coffee was very standard, tasted similar to the kind you make at home from packets - slightly watery. I was quite sad that the cup was rather small. Still an alright drink, okay if you’re just getting it to accompany your pastry, otherwise the price is a little steep for what you get.

There’s a small seating area at the back of the cafe where you can enjoy your pastries and coffee.

I liked the atmosphere of the cafe, there were young Japanese children running around, reading storybooks from the cafe. The cafe also had children’s drawings hanging on the walls. Very wholesome and cute.

Quite a typical croissant with apple slices inside - unfortunately the earl grey taste was so subtle, I could hardly taste it. Would’ve preferred if the croissant was more buttery as well. It was okay-ish overall, I wouldn’t really get this again considering its price but I didn’t mind trying it.

There’s a small seating area at the back of the cafe where you can enjoy their pastries.

I liked the atmosphere of the cafe, there were young Japanese children running around, reading storybooks from the cafe. The cafe also had children’s drawings hanging on the walls. Very wholesome and cute.

The kids version with soft bun was sold out so I bought this to try. Red bean was not too sweet and goes so well with the generous slab of salted butter. The bread was the tough and chewy type but I still enjoyed it. :D

Will buy this again.

Finally head to KAMONE BAKERY for RED BEAN BUTTER BREAD. I literally went there for buying red bean butter (kids) ($2.20) and some of their bread at there. yes, I felt that the pricing at kamone bakery was quite expensive tbh and my mum didn't wanted to buy too much bread at there. sorry for being honest at here. their red bean butter bread was quite soft but the butter was quite salty and a bit too much for me. I also like their red bean fillings were being soft and smooth texture. I think you all should be try their bread and it was quite good standard quality in terms of ingredients.

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One of the nicest red bean buns I’ve ever had! The bread was soft and fluffy; red bean paste was really good - not too sweet and rather light on the palate. The red bean used is definitely of better quality from those used in other average red bean buns. I didn’t mind the salted butter, but the red bean was nice enough on its own too!

The melon pan had a sweet, milky-tasting layer on top, and the bun was soft. It’s tasty but it didn’t blow me away.

Definitely would return for the red bean bun, and I’m excited to try their other breads as well :)

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