Bang Bread 面包🍞

Bang Bread 面包🍞

My love for bread knows no boundaries (I think)
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I haven’t had better cinnamon rolls than from simply bread; warrant they cost $2.50 per pop but that gooey, sweet yet NOT saccharine, cinnamon coat swirled all over soft white bread baked fresh. Brb let me revel in temporal utopia.

Some things never fail like this Mentaiko baguette here for my go to savoury “snack”

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While this was hardly difficult to put together, the pairing of sea salt with peanut butter and honey; sliced bananas for a soft texture and desiccated coconut flakes for some crunch worked for the palate. Topping it off was the straightforward, faultless slices of sourdough sitting on a wooden board as we chatted the weekend afternoon away in a brightly furnished, cozy space.

Without Burpple beyond the double slices of open faced toasts here goes from $12-18 Nett which is reasonable only if you consider the indirect overheads for running the space.

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On my “vegan” diaries, I was happy to reconnect with Duke Bakery- a daily breakfast pitstop during my university days when the city link outlet was right in front of City Hall MRT.
Not all but a significant number of the bread here are vegan (i.e all vegetarian options without egg and butter).
Duke bakeries soft European loaves are truly in a comfortable league of its own; catering to both a Western and Eastern palate. For me the French walnut is an excellent sandwich bread while the savoury options of tuna cheese/ smoked chicken pizza makes a great, ready to eat meal. Then there is a wide selection of sweet options, truly a bread for all occasions 🤪

While searching for what to have around Bukit Timah, Tastemaker Victoria’s vote of approval on the flavoured scones here immediately lured me to try them out. I started with 1 red wine fig scone and a raspberry sugared brioche before concluding I needed to try the other 2 flavours of scones (earl grey, rum & raisins) while having a savoury item to “balance” things.
The spinach cheese loaf at Crown had a nice taste of Popeye’s favourite food at every bite; unadulterated use of the leafy green superfood I must say. This within the soft white bread which also had nuggets of soft cheese; and melted cheese atop. By no mean was this cheap but well worth the price with the quality.

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While searching for what to have around Bukit Timah, Tastemaker Victoria’s vote of approval on the flavoured scones here immediately lured me to try them out. I started with 1 red wine fig scone and a raspberry sugared brioche before concluding I needed to try the other 2 flavours of scones (earl grey, rum & raisins) while having a savoury item to “balance” things.
A good brioche with fresh raspberries; this was like a much denser version of comfortingly soft white bread.
The scones might look small but reflected what you’d get in a true English tea set; a nimble sets you up for so much baked, and in this case flavored, goodness.

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Holidays mean treatyoself?? #3
That moment when you use portrait and the auto focus makes a mistake on what was the highlight of the meal. The ham and cheese I got was decent with supermarket bought ham; but what I’d order again was the shadowing cinnamon brick, essentially a well done Danish pastry that had an absolutely delightfully sweet crisp shell. Simple but very memorable.

Concurrently I am mighty pleased that PB has reopened at Bugis! Yippeeee and congratulations PB

Not the dense kind with clearly articulated layers (like the ones I love at TBB) but airy and buttery are the croissants you get at PB

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I love you even when you turned cold all because of my oversight (leaving you to sit on the plate for way too Long); how the combination of mushrooms melted in cheese with a spread of mayo-like cream under was at all the right places and primarily on a bed of faultless focaccia bread base.

#soppyfoodiediaries

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Great kaya butter toast - with 2 thick slabs of butter that were at race to how quickly you devour the delicious toast vis a vis them melting completely. So much joy to eat 😋

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(Location: Queen House Confectionery)
Long sentence ahead:
In this obscure part of the island (but just 10 minutes away from my place) is this bakery that sells amazing loaves of Chinese-like white bread in the shape of a fat baguette that is enough to feed 3 mouths yet only cost $1.90.
Best eaten on the day it’s bought this is so good that it has gained a spot on my family’s dinner table as carbs for our easy sandwich meals.

A coincidence (?) that I happen to have a similar dish 2 days in a row at different places; calling for inevitable comparisons.

Part I: French Toast

Although this French Toast comes at >2x vis a vis my compared experience; I’d choose it over and over again. I mean that 2 thick and dense artisan brioche with complementing condiments just won me over at first bite.

Also coffee here is great and this is really not because my Cousin is the barista here 😬 full disclosure 👌🏻

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Eat to live, live to eat. Alternating between the 2 all day err day?

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