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Hand Made Bun Chosen the classic coconut buns & red bean buns. Fluffy! Fillings brought back memories of old school taste. Incredibly soft bread indeed! Once a while, got these to overcome the cravings.
🎶We're up all night to baGUETTE lucky~🎶 . Somehow, these plain-looking buns, breads & baGUETTEs that look unassuming GETs me 🤤 more than pretty cakes do. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 . Filled with the aroma of freshly baked breads that u can smell from miles away, this is almost heaven on Earth for bread lovers. 😍😍😍 Yes, I am back again at my favourite bakery in Whampoa, Sing Hon Loong! . Freshly baked daily with no preservatives, I simply love their crusty baguettes - the loud crunch when the auntie sliced up my baguette was so gratifying! 💕 Even more so when i put the crispy sides with fluffy centre into my mouth! 😋 . Indeed a taste of nostalgia! ❤❤❤
Traditional Coconut Buns While we didn’t get these hot out of the oven, they were still fluffy and soft. I couldn’t help squishing them many times just to watch them bounce back into shape. The coconut filling was a little lopsided as my first three bites didn’t have any filling and I thought I bought a kosong bun. However, I soon realised that wasn’t the case. They are generous with the filling, and it isn’t too sweet. I love how sweet gula melaka juice slowly fills your mouth when you chew, and the grated coconut has a lovely texture too. Overall I found that I preferred the red bean bun the most, followed by the curry bun, and then the coconut buns. That’s not to say they’re not good though! If you were born in Singapore in the 90s or earlier, these will definitely take you down memory lane to a time when traditional bakeries were much more common.
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