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Arriving by Public Bus: SBS Transit – 30, 79, 154, 157, 174, 174e, 179, 179A, 181, 182, 182M, 192, 193, 194, 198, 199, 240, 241, 242, 243W/G, 246, 249, 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 405 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) SMRT – 172, 178, 180, 187 (Alight at Boon Lay Interchange) Arriving by Train: Boon Lay MRT - EW27 on the East West Line continue reading
All Branches (2)
Telephone
6266 5280
Introduction
Mayson's Bakery is intent on providing a tasty alternative to conventional bakery products, including unique bakes and breads for a healthier choice. They aim to maintain the goodness, aromas and flavors products while churning out thousands of varied fresh bakes and cakes daily. continue reading
Other Info
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
http://www.mayson.com.sg
Review (15)
Level4 2014-02-24
151 views
I am never a fan of Portuguese egg tarts after trying one from a fast food cafe and prefer the Chinese egg tarts! One of my mom's friend bought a box of 6 egg tarts for my family and they looked good! I decided to try one and it tasted better than my previous experience but not fantastic. The custard is creamy but other than that, the taste is just normal and nothing to rave about. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-31
80 views
I seldom pass by this shop when i was in JP. Mayson's Bakery sells both pastries, cakes and breads, quite like Prima Deli.Anyway i bought their Chicken Curry Puff ($2) but i find that the pastry skin is too thick while the potato curry fillings are a little bit too little. It may look big and worth the price, there is only a thick layer of filling in it. I only manage to taste the potato curry after my second bite. The pastry skin is nice and all but a bit dry. Would have preferred more fillings in it. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-02
58 views
Mayson's bakery is the only bakery I have yet to visit in Jurong Point and finally today, I had bought something from there. Chicken Vienna Bun at S$1.20. Comes with their own packaging with Mayson's Stall name and website printed on the plastic bag. Chicken sausage was rather different from the usual hotdog we had from bakery. It has a different taste and thinner in size. Top was the bun was designed with a "S" marked by nachos cheese flavor. Variety of buns available was not that wide. Beisde the shop, there was a refridgator that sells tarts. Durian Tarts are under promotional items in celebration of the upcoming Hari Raya. Their varieties of tarts and pastries much more interesting that the breads. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-28
53 views
Squad watch your front! Squad Attention! When i was a soldier a few months ago, i would visit this place twice a week to bring it to my camp as there was no canteen whatsoever. That would usually be an 'Ah Lau" selling chicken rice, duck rice, salted pancake, you tiao, teh, coffee, soya bean, nasi lemak chop chop curry pop and so on and so forth.I would usually go to Mayson's bakery where they also sell Nasi Lemak! This place is packed in the morning. I would usually reach Boon Lay around 7:10 in the morning. It takes me 1 and a half hours to get here because back then they didnt really have the circle line so i have to change trains at Outram to Boon Lay!So some mornings, il head over to Mayson and i will order Set B!There are 2 sets here.Set A- Nasi Lemak Rice with Chicken Wing and a sunny side up eggSet B- Nasi Lemak Rice with fishcake, sausage and a sunny side up egg.They also have other varieties such as Mee Hoon, Mee Goreng and Kway Teow.Other than that they also serve drinks such as Kopi, Teh, Milo and more stuff.So other than ordering these few stuffs, i would order other sides with it as well, for me i would add a stick of seaweed chicken. There are other stuff such as fried chicken breast, fishcake, otak otak etc and the list goes on.The service staff there is quite fast as the queue is really really long! I cant imagine if they took their time! But they are really good! The taste of this food is quite good! Very tasty but with the amount of monosodium glutamate that is added to the rice and the food, it will be too much and you will have to drink a lot of water! Overall, if i would go back to this place if i am around this area.. else i wouldnt go all the way simply because it is too far!!! continue reading
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Level2 2012-07-15
45 views
Located at the convenient corner in between the bus interchange and the MRT station, I always see lots of people queuing up to buy their breakfast every morning when I walk past the shop. Thus, I decided to try out their fried beehoon for my breakfast.Although the queue was long every morning, but the service was rather fast and it was soon my turn.There was a variety of side dish to choose from and I ordered their fried beehoon together with a sausage and a fishcake. The portion of fried beehoon given was a little too much for me to finish. The overall taste was not too bad and the price was reasonable too. continue reading
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