Arriving by bus # 14e,124,125,143,162,162M,167,171,190,700,700A. Bus-stop no. 09019. Bus-stop name; Opp Ngee Ann City. Nearest Train Station; Orchard MRT continue reading
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6733 3323
Crystal Jade My Bread is a bakery which serves authentic Hong Kong specialties like the Bo-lo Bun as well as other delicious Asian and Western delights such as cakes, egg tarts, buns, breads, snacks, pastries and dim sum. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:30
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Peach Danish Po Luo Bun Shrimp Paste Chicken Wings
Review (3)
Level4 2013-05-17
One thing I like at crystal jade bakery is the ma Lai Goh. The pastry is actually a sponge cake that is steamed and slightly flavored with brown sugar to give it the brown appearance. The cake is fluffy moist and especially good eaten on the spot when it is freshly steamed and warm. A very simple snack but it is done well, and satisfies my craving for ma Lai Goh. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-02
Crystal jade bakery has really nice buns. My favorite is the char siew bo Lo bun! There is a crisp exterior which is sweet and kind of pastry like, while the bun it self is soft and fluffy. Paired with a delicious savory char siew filling, the combination is really great! Even the plain bo Lo bun is good too! The type of buns this bakery offers are mostly non-conventional for local bakeries. A great place to try out new pastries! continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-01
I love these Hong Kong style bread; most were unpretentious with a taste very close to what the Cantonese in Hong Kong are capable to offer. For more valid reasons, their ingredients are fresh and they are very reasonably priced.The highly sought after bread in the store; Hong Kong style BBQ Pork (or char siew) Polo Bun (more commonly known as Pineapple Bun), is to die-for. Something you definitely wouldn't want to miss out every time. The crumbly sugary top - always so divine. Every crumble bits resemble a jewel that you would carefully gather all of them to reload into your mouth, savoring them preciously. The bun, filled with caramelized barbecued bite-sized pork; was soft in texture and very buttery. The meat was tender, moisturized with thick tantalizing barbecue sauce - a taste totally undebatable. As little as S$1.50 each, this polo bun is hard to pass up.Another all-time favorite of mine - Sweet Potato Bun. I admit being a sucker for root vegetables of any kind, as long as it is in its original taste without artificially being modified. The bakery bakes very hearty version, was generous in their sweet potato mash filling. I have tried the same from other bakeries, they were either rolled up with half of what My Bread offers (sometimes the filling was hardly noticeable) or the mash was too cloying. None were tasty to mark any impression until this Chinese bakery came into picture and I am sold. I am stuck to theirs, since. The bun was thinly dust in cinnamon powder, not over powering (I am disgusted by some baker who cosmetically coated their bun with thick cinnamon). The mash was not fibrous but very smooth and naturally sweet - hitting the right spot consistently. continue reading
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