Top 4 best bakeries in Singapore

Do you miss French bread? Are you nostalgic for apple turnovers? It’s true that a good coffee croissant is always a pleasure, especially when you’ve been an expatriate in Singapore for many years. Here are our Top 4 bakeries to make you feel at home.


Tiong Bahru Bakery

Certainlyone of Singapore’s best-known bakeries for the quality of its products, Tiong Bahru Bakery is positioned as the French bakery par excellence. Croissants, apple turnovers, sandwiches, salads and even bentos – the bakery has plenty of choice and is very busy. It also innovates every month with original specialties, such as the current Kouign Amann for a purely buttery moment. You’ll find all 3 in Eng Hoon, North Bridge Road and Orchard Road.

Bread & Hearth

Although discreet on the surface, her viennoiseries are a knockout! Regulars who come here to pick up their baguette say they’ve rediscovered a little piece of France. Take a break and treat yourself to a café croissant. This is made possible by a few tables. But beware: despite its somewhat hidden location, the bakery fills up fast! Find Bread & Hearth on Keong Saik Road.

Maison Kayser

Who doesn’t know Maison Kayser? A major bakery chain with a strong presence in Paris, Maison Kayser is also well established in Asia. Singapore is no exception. As in France, you’ll find excellent breads and viennoiseries to take away. Regular customers claim that the products are exactly the same as in France, and we’re willing to believe them. With 4 outlets in Singapore, there’s plenty to choose from.

Artisan bakery Co

If you live in Singapore, you’ve probably already come across one of our bakeries. In fact, Artisan Boulangerie Co has no fewer than a dozen bakeries on the island, making it one of themost widely represented brands. A purely Singaporean chain, the products are nonetheless of the highest quality, and you’ll quickly get hooked on the pains au chocolat and cinammon rolls.

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