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No need for any fancy sourdough or $20.80 red wine longan bread. Just give me some freshly baked old school buns from this humble bakery at Serangoon Garden Market for about $1.10 each.

Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery (01-45) is a crowd favourite and it opens from 7.30am till about 1pm each day or till it sells out. The buns are so soft and fluffy and the filling is generous. Some of the flavours available include red bean, yam, curry, ham and cheese, sausage, coconut and luncheon meat. They also sell cream puffs and banana cakes but it was sold out when I visited the stall.

Managed to grab my hand on a few of their buns and it seems like every item is popular. I was very impressed and it certainly lived up to its hype. Simplicity at its finest.

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used beyond 1-1 at fat boy’s for their main dish! overall was pleasant! except for the patty of the cheese burger was slightly too salty for my liking

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There’s many choices of old school buns/pastries

Bought 2 x luncheon meat buns, peanut bun, yam bun, hae bee hiam bun, butter bun, banana cake 🍌 and butter cake (he said it’s tiny so he gave me 1 more) for $8 only!

Other flavours include coconut, otah, cheese, kaya, tuna, cheese ham, red bean, chicken sausage, cream puffs and hot cross buns

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$10.50 for 2 pax - peanuts 🥜 咸菜, tau kwa, fishcake, tau pok and 大肠

The kway chap is as thin as tissue paper! Super smooth. No wonder most people ordered the big bowls, I’ll do that next time too. The 大肠 are very clean and cooked to perfection. Other ingredients are up to standard too. Worth my time queuing 👍🏻

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Fave dish which I eat once per week. Stall 19 at Serangoon Garden Market, their version has medium chunky cubes of soft moist daikon radish cake, with a balanced ratio of fluffy eggs.
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The white has a slight crisp savoury edge, while the black has a pronounced fragrant sweet note.
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Hock Kee
49A Serangoon Garden Way
#01-19 Serangoon Garden Market
Singapore 555945

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Min Chiang Kueh 面煎粿 is essentially a Peanut Pancake that all Singaporeans grew up eating, and we’re glad we stumbled across pancake king at Serangoon Garden because they do it really well. It’s crispy on the outside but soft and doughy on the inside. Paired with a handful of peanuts and you’re good to go 🤤
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They prepare fresh batches several times a day so you should definitely wait for the fresh ones 🔥

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