10 Eunos Road 8
#B1-158 SingPost Centre
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07:00am - 09:00pm

07:00am - 09:00pm

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Here's a bun from Swee Heng that I've been wanting to try for months since I saw it, but didn't buy because I expected it to be an indulgent calorie bomb (dieting days, yanno). Finally bought it yesterday! Was so excited to cut it open to see how much salted egg filling was inside...

...and then I got super confused. Salted egg? Where?? When I used my fork to pry open the bun, there was a small hole in the bun with a super thin pale yellow layer on the interior, like someone had used a butter knife to very very sparingly spread a thin layer of sauce inside. Even as I was eating it, I couldn't taste any salted egg. Since there were 2 buns in the box, I tried again and it was the same thing. (First pic was after microwaving, the "flaps" closed so you cant really see the hole inside. Second pic was when I cut it open before microwaving so you can the lack of filling in all its glory)

As a floss bun on it's own, it's really good. You can never go wrong with a good ol' floss bun. Unless that floss bun is supposed to be a salted egg floss bun but has no actual salted egg. Then, you've got yourself a disappointment. I have no idea how I'm supposed to score this because it's still really delicious but the lack of salted egg left me feeling like a kid receiving a beautiful box on Christmas, then opening it to find that it's empty. The floss bun would get 8.5/10 but the lack of salted egg gets a -1.5.

Not to mention that it's 2 for $2.40, which means 1 is $1.20 for a small bun, hence it's more expensive. Yeahhhh this was a disappointing experience, especially for a bun that I've been dreaming of trying for so long :/

⭐ Rating: 7/10 empty holes
πŸ€‘ worth the price: no
πŸ¦– would I buy again: unless there's actual salted egg, no

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Can’t go wrong with a scrambled eggs sandwich with mayonnaise. Bread was slightly fluffy which was nice. I would say it’s on the pricey side for the small sandwich you get but it’s not too bad if you don’t want to opt for fast food / junk food options but want something comforting.

We visited on a weekday evening and it was fairly busy, though seats for two were quite easily available.

This was a very comforting snack / mini-meal. The scrambled eggs and chicken luncheon was so good together. I felt that the Mayo was spammed a bit too much but maybe that’s just me trying to be healthy because it made the sandwich a lot more sinfully delicious.

The portion is great if you’re looking for a light (in terms of fillingness) meal. We came on a Wednesday evening and seats were easily available.

Giving Swee Heng 1989 Classic Bakery's Chocolate Mochi Tarik ($2.40) a go! 🀀
The mochi is towards the liquid-y type but it still provides an overall chewy bite to the bread. ☺ The mochi was good on its own but felt that it doesn't complement the chocolate and bread very well. πŸ™ˆ Think would be better if the mochi was also chocolate flavour, then the bread would be superb!! πŸ‘The fillings to bread ratio was just nice too. As a chocolate lover myself, probably went too hyped up for this, but will get it again if I'm craving for Chocolate Mochi bread! πŸ’–

Simply love the sight of freshly baked bread.

As Long as its warm - all breads taste good .
You will be spoilt for choices at their SingPost branch and the breads are ready as early at 9 am.

The basement of SingPost is like a mini breakfast heaven.

You get coffee and toast , Swee Heng cafe , nam kee pau and of course one of my favourites , Kopi and tarts .

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The 𝐌𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐑𝐚 π‘πžπ 𝐁𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐘𝐚𝐦 𝐌𝐨𝐜𝐑𝐒 ($𝟐.πŸ•πŸŽ 𝐚𝐭 π“πšπ§π π¬) isn’t a that bad a bun, it’s just a bad matcha bun. There is a bare semblance of a matcha flavour, instead impersonated by a mild and artificial hint of... green.
Also, I don’t get what they’re trying to do with the BITS of red bean?? Maybe it work better would a red bean paste, because there was almost no red bean flavour, instead masked by the yam paste.
The flakey top has the tiniest bit of matcha flavour, but isn’t flakey nor bitter enough to add anything to the bun.
Overall, this bun isn’t doing much. It’s sweet and chewy, with a mild hint of each of the flavours. I’m just mad it’s none of the things it’s claiming to be.