7 Everton Park
Singapore 080007

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08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm


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Taste and smell nice.. worth a try!

Not sure if it's their new product/ under R&D, but their bun was super soft and chewy?! Although wouldn't mind for the coffee flavour to be more pronounced.

They use Dajia Taro to make this extremely soft and moist taro sponge cake, together with housemade taro filling and very minimal taro chunks! Taro paste was slightly sweet, but extremely easy to eat because of how soft the cake was, with pretty smooth filling as well.

You can defo taste the taro, altho as someone who loves bold flavours, I'd defo love for the taro flavours to pack a stronger punch 🤭. Personally would love more taro chunks, but some may prefer a smoother paste like this one. It's also kinda small for $15, but I guess they're using quality ingredients for this so!

Matcha Swiss Roll (3 for $10)

I didn't wanted to get in but too tempted lol so I ask how much it is for whole swiss roll without slicing lol. But the pricing made me so internal shock lol and I think he lowered the pricing for sliced ones lol to sell last box. But I noticed that the swiss roll was slightly cracked on the corner and just wanted to try other bakery flavours. We felt that it was quite slightly sweet for matcha sauce but overall we felt that it was quite authentic by using real matcha powder to produce.

I didn't never see this bakery shop before so I think it's probably new shop on this area. Most of the shop at Everton Park closed pretty early except this bakery closed around 6 p.m. based on their website. We decided to hop in what's inside the bakery and saw their baked goods was quite expensive especially their toast cost around $8 lol :)

Black Sugar Shokupan ($8)

hmmm their size for toast was quite small from one look but no worth it to buy tbh but got CDC voucher discount can considered. Once you tried to try their toast, the taste justified their pricing hence not much complaints tbh. They use real okinawa brown sugar to produce it but then higher cost and premium choice for ingredients made food more delicate and expensive.

The bread was really soft, but a little greasy from the melted butter in the bread, and the mentaiko flavour was sadly not strong. Maybe the other bread flavours would be better!

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