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Seems like the Golden Sands Bun still as popular this year. I saw another bakery selling Golden Sands Bun, this time at Mugiya at City Square Mall basement. This bakery had similar concept as Baker's Talent, the buns were freshly baked and the customers order the bread over the bread counter.I bought the Golden Sands Bun, it was $1.20. The Golden Sands Bun was still hot and had a strong buttery aroma. The bun was soft to touch but the texture was not as fluffy, it was similar to Breadtalk buns,
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Seems like the Golden Sands Bun still as popular this year. I saw another bakery selling Golden Sands Bun, this time at Mugiya at City Square Mall basement. This bakery had similar concept as Baker's Talent, the buns were freshly baked and the customers order the bread over the bread counter.

I bought the Golden Sands Bun, it was $1.20. The Golden Sands Bun was still hot and had a strong buttery aroma. The bun was soft to touch but the texture was not as fluffy, it was similar to Breadtalk buns, more stiff and more dough. The fillings was still hot and flowing like lava. The fillings tasted of custard with salted egg yolk and caster sugar. It was sweet and salty. 

Overall, this Golden Sands Bun tasted average, I still prefered the Golden Sands Bun from Baker's Talent. 

(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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$1.20 (Tea)