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Level2 2015-02-02
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This is the place to grab some yummy old school buns. They are priced at less than $1 per bun, which is cheaper than many neighbourhood bakeries these days. Besides the buns, I really like the egg tart. They are fragrant and not too sweet. One of the reasons I really like buying from this bakery is the uncle! I think he's secretly famous here for his "lai, zai lai!"  continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-19
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I had bought several pastries from this stall before. All the pastries are fresh and delicious. I especially love the fact that they opened a pastry shop in the hawker centre. I bought an egg tart for around $1.20. The crust was extremely fragrant and buttery, not crumbly at all. The egg custard itself was tangy and soft, when eaten with the crust, it tasted really delicious. Also the appearance of the egg tart was not the typical kind you see elsewhere as the crust itself was higher. Overall, the egg tart is worth a try and is a great snack for anytime of the day!  continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-07
66 views
A good place to look for cheap, yet delicious food! Kicked start my food journey this morning at Serangoon Gardens, the famous bakery! They serves quality breads at great prices! Bought 11 breads for $8.80 only! (Average $0.80/bread!) Bought 2 of Peanut Kaya Bread, Chicken Ham, Hot Dog & Custard Puff. 1 of Tuna, Coconut & Otah. The Peanut Kaya Bread, Chicken Ham as well as the Hot Dog Breads are the hot sellers on the menu, and they are also my favourites! Its an unusual combination of peanut and kaya, which makes the bread sweet and salty. Generally its kaya taste quite sweet, while the peanut sprinkles gives it a salty and sweet taste, which makes it a great combination! As for the chicken ham, they're very generous on the ham slice, and they do add cheese! Where to find a bread that cost $0.80 and have a generous slice of ham and cheese? Definitely one of the best on the menu as well! Hot Dog Bun is actually quite normal at most bakeries and confectionaries, but somehow, at this bakery, they serves great Hot Dog Bun! Most probably due to the texture of the bread, with the tastee of the hot dog, it gives it a perfect match.Other breads and cakes on the menu are also worth a try! Great place to start the day off! continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-18
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Looking at the current market, if you are thinking of buying a bun, the price of a bun would range between a dollar to a few dollars. I kinda miss all the lowly priced and delicious buns. So where did all the affordable buns go? Although they don't have all the fanciful buns, but all the buns that they are selling over here are lower than a dollar. On top of that the fillings that are added into the buns are pretty generous and not forgetting delicious too. For a start, they amount of potato curry that was added into the Curry Bun are fantastically delicious and the fragrance of a freshly baked bun was pretty nice too. For full review and more photos, please visit http://nekyouto-food.blogspot.sg/2013/07/where-did-all-buns-go.html continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-31
42 views
I always ended up with some buns whenever i am in this food centre for lunch or breakfast. My favourite has been the ham & cheese buns. The bread is light and fluffy with the filling of ham and cheese in it. I do enjoy their luncheon meat bun and curry bun too. All are equally good. It used to be much cheaper but the prices have increased. Their buns are good for breakfast or snacks with a good cup of coffee. continue reading
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