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Introduction
Previously known as Baker’s Inn, Bakerzin started out in 1998 as a modest patisserie located off Sembawang Road, Singapore, dealing with wholesale orders and supplying French bread and pastries to restaurants and hotels. During this time, founder of Bakerzin, Daniel Tay, and his team of passionate bakers began experimenting and conjuring new and indulgent creations. As word spread, Bakerzin steadily gained a reputation in the industry as not just an authentic French bakery but one with an excellent selection of scrumptious sweets on its order list. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.bakerzin.com
Signature Dishes
Cookies and Cream Cheesecake Mango Mousse Seafood Pasta
Review (38)
Level4 2014-03-17
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Opera ($6.80+)A piece of decadently sinful cake that features layers of Jaconde sponge cake soaked in coffee syrup and glazed with a rich layers of ganache chocolate that is bound to give you a happy-high! We especially love the bitter-sweet coffee aroma that lingers in your palate long after the cake was savoured. This cake is surprisingly moist and smooth despite the firm texture.New York Cheese Cake ($6.80+)The New York Cheesecake is light and refreshing. Glazed with a layer of raspberry jam and topped with fresh strawberries, this is a potential lady’s killer. However, I personally feel that the taste lacks richness and sophistication, making it pale in comparison to its full-bodied dark cousin – The Opera. continue reading
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Level4 2014-01-21
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Bakerzin starts out as Baker Inn and over the years it has changed alot from a bakery cafe. The outlet at Northpoint is decorated in a modern and stylish look with see through chairs and sofa seats. Recently it updates its menu. The menu seems to be more focus on pasta dishes now. I could not even find its signature otak ciabatta in the menu. Looking through the menu, I decide to try a couple of the new dishes. Service is not bad and food is served rather quickly. Great for those who need to catch a movie.Veggie Quiche ($13.50++)The quiche has a rather thin and buttery crust filled with layers of mushrooms, zucchini, spinach, cherry tomatoes, egg custard and Parmesan cheese. It is amazing how such a thin and light pie can hold so much filling. The quiche is served with mesclun in house dressing.For the tea, Bakerzin has a limited selection from TWG Tea priced from $6.90++ to $8.00++. I selected Vanilla Bourbon ($6.90++) which tastes quite light and flavourful.For dessert, there is Sweet Corn Panna Cotta ($10.50++). The crunchy freeze-dried corn topped sweet corn panna cotta is quite smooth and not too sweet. But the lemon madeleine sponge below it, tastes too dry. The popcorn that served with it tastes rather flat and lack of crunch. It would be better to leave out the popcorn.Overall the food is not bad, but a bit on the high side. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-14
23 views
i bought the all day set promotion, cost 17.9++ include one appetizer, one main course and one drink. Very nice and dilicious. Not only this, the enviornmrnt there is good,i like. Will go again. Especially like their macarrons, very soft and not so sweet.see photoes. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-14
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Got the tiramisu cake from my landlord. The tiramisu is really fine and moist and i love the consistency of the overall texture. The flavour is rich with coffee and kahlua taste, topped with cocoa powder with a little bitterness. i love this cake as it is not too sweet to my liking. I put this cake overnight in the fridge and yet it is still so delicious. Thumbs up, i think Bakerzin has improved since last time i tried their cake. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-27
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The FoodOne thing I love about Bakerzin is the free-flow of bread and can choose to toast them manually at the toaster and have them crispy or have them chewy without toasting. Accompanied by olive oil and balsamic vinegar, the bread was fantastic when dipped with the pumpkin soup.I ordered the Teriyaki Chicken set meal served with Pumpkin soup and Ice Tea ($10.90). Even though the sushi rice was a little dry but it was very filling probably from the bread that I have ate earlier. The Teriyaki Chicken was pretty sweet, tender and well marinated and the pumpkin soup taste very nice, thick and full of fresh pumpkin flavour.I also ordered the Baileys Irish Cream souffle ($8.80) and that must have been the nicest dessert I ever had. It looks like a sponge cake but tastes like foam that melts in your mouth. The sweetness also just nice The PriceReasonably priced at $20++ for the whole billOverallI will definitely come back again to try their other desserts, with eyes on their Creme Brulee and highly recommended to try this! continue reading
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