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130 Owen Road
Singapore 218934

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10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm


10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

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This unassuming small-scale takeaway bakery lies opposite Old Hen Kitchen, focusing on freshly-baked sourdough breads that are crusty, yet considerably light and fluffy inside. The Bakehaus also makes trendy Streusel bread and a small spread of bakes (try the croissants if you're lucky enough to get some). According to Burppler Xing Wei Chua, "The Bakehaus does seem like a spot with quite some potential; a great place to grab delicious sourdough especially for those residing near the area!"

Photo by Burppler Tingzie ©


Picked up more than just lunch the other day at The Bakehaus; also found myself stocking up some bakes to enjoy over the weekend while I stay home.

In any case, the first Chocolate Babka experience was a good one; I liked how this came at a fair size for one or even two to share (if you are intending for it to be a light snack) at $5 — the bread seems to have made its journey well after going through a few rounds in air-conditioned environment before reaching home — fluffy, light and comes with swirls of bittersweet chocolate in all the right corners so that every bite comes chocolate-y; balanced with chopped nuts hiding in some spots for an additional crunch for a textural contrast.

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Tomato, cheese, bacon roll - the bread is fluffy with bacon wrapped around the dough, tomato paste inside and melted cheese on top. Japanese bakery kind of bread roll.

Triple chocolate danish - danish with generous amount of dark chocolate inside. Reminds me of breadtalk/4 leaves chocolate croissant actually.

Kouign Amann - I’ve not tried any before so no room for comparison but it was too sweet for me.

For the price paid, I am underwhelmed by the pastries. It was not bad, but not exceptional either.

Having went for their Brownie during our previous visit here sparked our curiosity on how their croissants would be like — an item which we had missed during our first visit because they were just simply sold out of all forms of croissants and Danishes by the time we arrived. Really totally enjoyed this one; the exterior so crusty from the sugary layer that coats the entire bread, while the insides were soft yet firm, buttery, light and flaky and absolutely a joy to have. If there were to be a comparison made, this would sit nicely in between Tiong Bahru Bakery's rendition and Barcook Bakery's variant — an in-between for its texture with the sweetness slightly veering towards the Tiong Bahru Bakery one. Pretty sure the Kouign Amann here is something I would very much specifically crave for (the Brownie is as great, though its certainly too big for one), and one that I would be most happy to make the special trip down for.

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Finally got my hands on their sourdough. #tingzieeats #burpple

Picked up more than just lunch the other day at The Bakehaus; also found myself stocking up some bakes to enjoy over the weekend while I stay home.

The Brownie was something I had enjoyed since my very first visit to The Bakehaus — not quite a brownie person but so glad I had given this a try thanks to that brownie-loving friend I had brought along with that day. While being a brownie that lacks the crusty top that I would usually crave for in a brownie, this makes up for being super thick, yet moist and fudgy — pretty rich and decadent without burning the throat whilst coming with a sprinkle of sea salt over the top for a contrast of flavour amidst the sweetness. Looking forward to devour the remaining two that I still have stocked up in my fridge!

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