159 Mei Chin Road
#02-31 Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
Singapore 140159

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07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

07:00am - 03:00pm

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07:00am - 03:00pm


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🍴Traditional Chinese steamed Kuehs with a modern twist on flavours. They were nicely soft, fluffy, and moist. They were also significantly less sweet than most versions, suiting our palettes. However, that might have compromised the taste slightly with the flavours being light.

The most distinct of the 4 and our general favourite was the dark chocolate. The matcha was very subtle while we couldn’t distinguish the dried longan in the sweet potato version. We found the mango and chia seeds mango purée to have an artificial flavour that we mistook for apricot/ orange jam.

Overall, flavours could be more pronounced but these novel huat kuehs are of good texture and enjoyable. Preorders for self-collection and delivery available.

📍@mrbreadysg, 02-31, Mei Ling Market, 159 Mei Chin Road, Singapore

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Super delicious!! Super soft.
1 for $1.40
Only regret bought for 1 😂
Will definitely come back.

First Try.
Nice to see and nice to eat too.
Not wonder so many queue and craving for it🤣
Very creative bakery must try out.
1 for SGD1.80

Was the least favourite out of the 3 flavours tried. Though the cake itself also had an equally good soft and fluffy texture, the flavours weren’t as pronounced. Makes a good choice if you’d prefer something less sweet or fancy though!

Took me the longest time to come savour these Kuehs - too much work from wfh 🤣.

Tempted by burppler’s wei Zhi’s post so once my eyes have seen - my tummy must have .

Made my way to Mr Bready’s and loving the Sunday vibes of this old and forgotten Meiling hawker.

It’s interesting how you see people zooming in straight to the few “ popular “ stalls here .

One of them is Mr bready- a stall that sells Huat Kuehs ( made of a sweet potato base and flour ) and a host of other breads and Ang ku kueh ( in turtle shapes - only available on certain days ).

The Huat kueh is best eaten fresh on the days it’s made. I had the matcha flavour today and while fluffy and nice , it had a slight tinge of that overuse of baking powder rendering an uncomfortable feel on the side of my teeth - if you know what I mean .

The kueh was a little more QQ the first time I had it and a little more on the sticky side today .

Having said that - it’s still a hearty healthy treat to have for breakfast or post lunch .

I like how their bakes and treats are never too sweet and all natural .

Come early to avoid disappointment :) the Hot Kuehs fly off the shelves .

How cute are these huat kuehs from Mr Bready! They have many fun flavours available on rotation - managed to get the black sesame, matcha and gula melaka sweet potato this morning. These are much softer and fluffier than everyone’s usual impression of the denser type of huat kuehs. The black sesame was lovely and my favourite out of the 3. It was nutty, fragrant and had just the right amount of sweetness. Didn’t expect the flavour to be so distinct! They seem to sell out quite quickly, so it’s good to reserve before heading down.

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