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Telephone
6467 6966
Introduction
The ingredients used by Provence have gone through strict supervision and stringent quality checks to ensure the highest quality. They serve a wide selection of creative bread recipes made from the finest quality wheat. They use only the most natural ingredients in the process of baking. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
09:30 - 20:30
Mon - Fri
09:30 - 20:30
Sat - Sun
08:30 - 20:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.provence.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Cinnamon Bun Milk Pan Bread
Review (19)
Level4 2014-12-26
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The shop is just located outside Holland village mrt station and so I went to get a bread- Green Tea Latte Bread! It taste as interesting as it sounds..the green tea is made up of milk cream kind of texture but not made up of cream. It tasted like the milk pan just that it is in green tea and i really like it. If it is only served in warm temperature but it was placed at the shelf with other breads so it is room temperature I guess. The inside of the bread is soft and has a sweet strong aromatic smell of green tea and the red beans. the small bits of red bean make the overall green tea taste subtle and profound. I really like this special green tea latte bread!  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-05
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While I was shopping at Holland Village, I walked pass a bakery which was crowded with people buying their buns. Hence, I went in to have a look.I bought their curry chicken buns, since many people were choosing their wide varieties of fried buns.The price was also on the high side at $1.70 each.The curry chicken bun had a very crispy outer skin, even though it was already more than an hour when I reached home to taste.Though the outer skin looked tasty, inside taste was slightly opposite. The curry chicken fillings had a dull colour, so was the taste. The filling was low in curry flavour and aroma, slightly on the bland side. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-01
49 views
For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/09/provence-bakery-cafe.htmlI get to know Provence when I was previously working in ION Shopping Mall. It is a Japanese-owned Bakery, which focus on creation and quality.First, Spicy Beef Curry Cube ($1.60) whcih seems like a rubic cube. Love the fluffy-ness of the bread, and the smell of curry just came flowing out when one part was bitten off. Second, Cream Cheese Sesami ($0.80) which I believe they meant sesame?Again, fluffy bread! A small amount of cream cheese, and taste of sesame seed is not significant at all. They have a cafe on the second floor, which gives patrons a place to relax and enjoy their food and pastries to the fullest. Provence do have sandwiches too, and having tired that before, no doubt my likeness for Provence still stays the same!For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2013/09/provence-bakery-cafe.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-29
37 views
Think of a Japanese bakery in Holland Village and Provence Bakery & Cafe immediately comes to mind. It’s spread of bread retailing at the first floor are always appetising, but I was there to try the cafe at the second level. The cafe was located at the second level is a wide open and clean space with a counter, a kitchen, some seats and tables. There wasn’t anything that was distracting in the interior, just white walls with wooden tables and seatings. For a cafe like this, it’s also pretty impressive to have a view out of the shophouse. They sell a selection of sandwiches, toasts and even sell omelette rice and pasta.I ordered the Honey Toast. It comes topped with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice-cream as default. The toast, unlike those you get in Hong Kong Cafes which may come fried are lightly toasted, retaining the fluffiness of the bread yet putting crispiness in the crust. The honey and chocolate sauce were also light, something that I appreciated as being a bakery, it should be the toast that is being the centre of attraction of the dish, and not having overpowering sauces to add strong flavours to the bread. For a bakery, the ice-cream was rather impressive as compared to my expectations as it was of a decent quality that would be fair enough to be sold in an ice-cream parlour.The Cafe Mocha was huge, especially since I ordered a set. There was enough chocolate sauce in this one to make it taste distinctively a mocha.For the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2013/05/20/provence-bakery-cafe-holland-village/ continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-21
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When comes to those who love to eat pizzas and do not want to spend too much on it, the seseme pizza from this bakery shop will be able to suit you. At less than three dollars per piece, it is consider very affordable and the portion is also quite generous too. The melted cheese topped on it is very fragrant and not too salt and goes really well with the generous amount of sliced tomatoes. The pizza dough is firm and chewy,which taste really good with lots of nice fragrant from the black seseme seeds in it. continue reading
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