Do you miss French bread? Are you nostalgic for apple turnovers? It is true that a good croissant and coffee is always a pleasure, especially when you are expatriate in Singapore for many years. Here are our Top 4 bakeries to make you feel right at home.
Tiong Bahru Bakery
Definitelyone of Singapore’s best-known bakeries for the quality of its products, Tiong Bahru Bakery is positioned as the quintessential French bakery. Croissants, apple turnovers, but also sandwiches, salads or even bentos, the bakery has no shortage of choices and is very busy. It also innovates every month with original specialties such as at the moment the Kouign Amann for a pure butter moment. Find the 3 properties in Eng Hoon, North Bridge Road and Orchard Road.
Bread and Hearth
Rather discreet in appearance, his pastries are to die for! The regulars who come to take their baguette say that they find a little piece of France. Take a break and enjoy a croissant and coffee. This is made possible by the few tables there. Be careful though, despite a somewhat hidden location, the bakery is quickly filled! Find Bread and Hearth on Keong Saik Road.
Who doesn’t know Maison Kayser? A large bakery chain with a strong presence in Paris, it is also well established in Asia. Singapore is no exception. As in France, there are very good breads and very good pastries to take away. The regulars say that the products found there are exactly the same as in France and we want to believe them. With 4 stores in Singapore, you have plenty to find the ham and butter sandwich that will satisfy you.
Artisan bakery Co
If you live in Singapore, you’ve probably already come across one of the brand’s bakeries. Indeed, Artisan Bakery Co has no less than a dozen bakeries on the island, making itone of the most represented brands. Pure Singaporean chain, the products are nevertheless of very high quality and we quickly become addicted to chocolate breads and cinammon rolls.