930 Yishun Avenue 2
#B2-158/159 Northpoint City South Wing
Singapore 769098

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Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

🍕Lets Bakkwa ( Zhao Cai Jin Bao).
Pizza with chicken ham, shredded Chicken, chicken bak kwa , capsicum, pineapple and topped with cheese ,sesame sauce and chicken floss.
💰$14.9
🍕Bring Yu Prosperity (Cai Yuan Gun Gun).
Pizza with flecks of tuna, crabstick, onions, capsicum and topped with creamy cheese and fresh tomato sauce.
💰$14.9.
@prooferboulangerie also launching four prosperity buns.
Each buns retails at $2, or 4 buns for $6.
📍Proofer Outlet.

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🍕 Sausage Madness.
The 11-inch pizzas served with two types of chicken sausages, onions, capsicum, and turkey bacon.
. 🍕 Cranberry Madness.
The 11-inch pizzas served with cranberries, ham, and pineapple.

I prefer the sausage madness, becoz I find the cranberry a bit sweet.
Available from now till 31 Dec 2019.
💰$14.9.
📍Proofer outlets.

the bread was generously stuffed with cranberries but there wasn’t much cheese except for a cheese crust topping. however the bread was infused with a cranberry fragrance and fluffy so that was nice.

rating: 6/10

bread was fluffy and chicken had a balanced black pepper seasoning and was also portioned pretty generously as the ratio of meat to bun was decent. the crust was topped off with more black pepper which completed the bun.

rating: 7/10

It's not a common sight to see a bakery offering breads, cakes, and LEGIT pizzas under one roof, so I guess that's something unique about Proofer. While I was tempted by their pizzas, I was more attracted to their unique selection of buns on the shelves.

There were financiers and some flavour combinations which were atypical, and I settled with their Earl Grey ($1.80) and The Trio ($1.80). The former was a basic soft bun speckled with Earl Grey leaves throughout - a light-tasting bun giving a nice hint of tea aroma; the latter is made for the fickle-minded (or the greedy) who cannot decide if they want red bean, yam, or sweet potato, so each portion contains a filling each which had just the right amount and sweetness.

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