MuYoo (Raffles City) | Burpple - 91 Reviews - City Hall, Singapore

[CLOSED] MuYoo (Raffles City)

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252 North Bridge Road
#B1-67 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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I liked the sesame mochi bread the least even though it’s pretty popular on instagram. I was expecting it to be a thick, rich sesame paste, similar to tangyuan filling but in solid form. Unfortunately, the sesame paste tasted very buttery, which took away from the earthiness of the sesame. I can see the appeal, but I personally didn’t like it. Wish it had a stronger and richer pure sesame taste.

The peanut mochi bread was delicious too. It has a chunky peanut paste inside, with whole peanuts for texture, and is slightly salty, which I like! It is slightly drying to the throat as you can imagine, but the mochi helps here to tone down the richer flavours like the sesame and peanut.

The highlight of Muyoo’s bread is the texture of their breads for sure. It has a chewiness that makes it taste like Japanese breads with tang zhong in them, and I love it!
I liked the choco banana mochi bread the most. It isn’t too sweet and has some banana purée inside. The mochi is the typical soft type that they put into breads that remain chewy at room temp. It’s not too sweet and also fun to eat, I guess.

Overall, I wish they did the choco banana one with more banana purée and no mochi! That would be delicious.

The bun was abit dense, filling was normal curry stuff, eggs potato and I think there was a little bit of chicken

Not bad, the sweetness comes from the cranberries and yet it's very well balanced. Bread had a bite but it's huge so gets jelat fast from the cheese. Get it to share

Is this limited edition cos I can't find it on their website

Absolutely delicious though it's whole red beans with a sticky sweet sauce. Cant figure out what it was(brown sugar? Red date?) But it had a really good texture and complexity in the sweetness