2 Everton Park
#01-61
Singapore 081002

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Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Friday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Monday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Tuesday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Although I do like bread, I never would have walked into a bakery like this myself so I’m glad my friends recommended this and brought me along! Heard that this is new addition to the Everton Park area which happen to house a lot of other good cafes (The Better Half, Nylon Coffee, etc.)

• Plaint Croissant: $4.50, which I thought was so-so like nothing special)
• Parma Ham & Burrata: $14+, nice flavours but I rmb we had a hard time chewing which probably was because the bread were all q cold.. don’t think they offer reheating services even though we dined in. The breads would have been so much nicer if they were served fresh/warm.
• Kinako Snails: which is essential a croissant sprinkled with roasted soybean powered, also known as injeolmi in Korean! The nutty-flavoured powder made the croissant a lot yummier :)

Do take note that the cafe has vvv limited seats. There were 4 of us and I think that’s all the cafe can accommodate? Do consider taking away if you can. Overall it was a good experience! However I wouldn’t travel all the way there for this 😅 would probably get 1-2 if I’m passing by.

The latest addition will be @picklebakery within Everton Park, home to popular Nylon Coffee and Ji Xiang AKK. Walking into the quaint cafe, there’s a mouthwatering display of sourdough loaves and Viennoiseries to choose from.

Spoilt for choices, they recommend to go for the hearty Roasted Potato & Mushroom Tartine ($9). A chewy rustic toast topped with potato slices, mushrooms, bechamel and aged cheddar, it is sprinkled with herbs to enlivened the flavours. Definitely a great way to start the day!

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Tasted like a plain croissant. Could not really taste any kinako.

Croissant was fluffy inside, not dense. Wished it was more buttery. Above average croissant - better than your neighbourhood bakery but not my favourite.

Will not make a special trip down to get their bakes.

Mushroom, potato, bechamel, aged cheddar.

Toppings were just okay flavour wise. Dough was plain tasting. It tasted much better toasted with crisper edges as it was quite doughy before toasting.

Underwhelming for the price. Have enjoyed too many really tasty savoury bakes at other artisanal sourdough bakeries to come back again.

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A very healthy tasting bake, but I am not complaining because it’s my kinda thing. You get the occasional sweet kick from the figs which complements the savoury cheese and overall a well baked sourdough that was not too hard and quite fluffy on the inside.

Quite pricey though.

Outram Park is one of those places where it seems to see a number of rather promising bakeries and patisseries pop up; the recent openings of Dolç Patissiere and Lematin Patisserie has provided more options to the consumer in recent times — Pickle Bakery is the newest of the lot, having recently opened at Everton Park.

Much like Chu & Co., Pickle Bakery is also run by folks who were previously from Micro Bakery & Kitchen — the space do feel relatively similar with limited seating space both inside and outside of the shop, though Pickle Bakery does lack the vast al-fresco dining space that Chu & Co. has given how Pickle Bakery is a shop set up in the void deck of a HDB block.

We were at Pickle Bakery early and we were a little spoilt for choice on what to get — the bakes seem generally split in between these categories; Sourdough Buns, Croissants/Swirls and full loaves. Eventually we did find ourselves taking away the Figs, Blue Cheese and Walnut sourdough bun, and it certainly did not fail to impress — the sourdough bun comes with a solid bite, but comes with just enough tension without having to take too much effort to chew it off; makes it a really decent takeaway bun to grab-and-go. Amidst the firmness of the bread, it is also noted how the blue cheese seems to be rolled into the dough of the bread rather than to be used as part of the toppings such as the fig and walnuts — not only did the sourdough carry that distinct, natural tang that comes from he fermentation, there is also a lingering saltish-ness that gives the bread a contrast of flavours. That is also where the caramalised figs come to play; carrying a soft crunch akin to caramalised apples, its sweetness compliments that savoury and tangy notes of the sourdough bun, while the walnuts provide a slight hint of nuttiness to bring both elements together, yet provides an occasional crunch for added texture to the bun. Needless to say, its flavour and texture contrast immediately won our hearts, and was something we would readily order again in a heartbeat.

Things are indeed shaking up in the local bakery scene in Singapore; there has been an increasing number of artisan bakeries which had opened their doors of the late — such examples include The Bread Rack, Chu & Co. and Lematin Patisserie of the late. Despite many other bakeries such as Woodlands Sourdough, Mr. Kneady’s, Micro Bakery & Kitchen etc. being all rather established names in when it comes to sourdough bread, Pickle Bakery does offer their baked in their very unique style just as per all the other bakeries that have recently sprouted just far. Being more of a hidden gem during our visit, Pickle Bakery is certainly a name to watch in the F&B scene; a space that is likely to garner its own following just like the many establishments serving similar items as them for their take on the breads they do — wishing them for all the best for everything that is to come!

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