The smell of freshly baked breads and pastries is unforgettable, and often a welcome comfort to those in need of a carb fix. If that sounds like something you’d enjoy, check out any one of the Top 10 Bakeries in Singapore the next time you have a craving!
1) Asanoya Bakery
Salted egg croissants anyone? For the perfect match of Asian flavours in a French pastry, go to Asanoya. With origins in Japan, this bakery has come a long way since 1933, now with several outlets in Singapore. They have a great selection of savoury and sweet pastries, as well as dining options at their café.
asanoya.asia | FB: asanoyabakery
2) Nick Vina Artisan Bakery
For fresh artisan breads and pastries, head on over to Gopeng Street and visit Nick Vina Artisan Bakery. Simplicity is their forte, as they promise preservative free bread made from French flour and homemade sourdough. They also have a selection of exclusive pastries and sandwiches. They accept orders but please call them at least 5 days in advance if you need the items delivered to you.
nickvina.com | FB: nvartisan | IG: @nickvinaartisanbakery
3) Artisan Boulangerie Co.
This bakery flourishes in the safe hands of award-winning artisan baker – Eran Mayer, who has over 20 years of experience baking in France. Thus, you’ll see a definite French influence on the menu, with a Singaporean twist to keep customers coming. Check out their extensive menu for brunches or meals. You can also engage them for catering services.
artisanbakery.com.sg | FB: artisanboulangerie | IG: @artisanboulangerie
4) Bud Of Joy Organic Bakery & Store
For those who prefer organic food, this bakery would be just the place to consider. With breads made from scratch, you can be assured that the products you buy from this bakery are free of preservatives, bread improvers, trans fats, colouring or corn syrup. You can visit their bakery at Circuit Road or even order online.
budofjoy.com | FB: budofjoy
5) Baker & Cook
Global baker Dean Brettschneider is the founder of Baker & Cook, and with more than 25 years of experience, he is known as one of the most respected bakers on the planet. Located at 77 Hillcrest Road, this bakery is stocked with jams, chutneys, cookies, cakes, granola and food, in addition to their breads, buns and pastries.
bakerandcook.biz | FB: Baker & Cook | IG: @bakerandcooksg
6) Maison Eric Kayser Singapore
This bakery’s story begins in Paris in 1996, where Eric Kayser opened his first bakery. He’s come a long way since then with 120 shops worldwide. Kayser hope to achieve a balance between traditional baking methods and modern concepts and ideas, giving a fresh perspective on this art form. This is why you’ll find bread from around the world at his bakeries. They have three outlets in Singapore currently.
maison-kayser.com.sg | FB: maisonkaysersgp | IG: @maisonkaysersingapore
7) Tiong Bahru Bakery
Tiong Bahru Bakery is intent on “celebrating neighbourhoods” since this is the foundation of many memories – where food is concerned. From fluffy savoury delights to greet you for breakfast to sweet treats for tea or dessert, you can be assured you will get a yummy snack to satisfy your tummy. Check out any of their three outlets, at Tangs Orchard Road, Eng Hoon Street or Raffles City Shopping Centre.
FB: tiongbahrubakery | IG: @tiongbahrubakery
8) Chef Icon Nature Bakery
As the name suggests, this bakery also places an importance on the use of natural ingredients. Their goods are also made using the principle of “Avina Neutro” which points to their commitment to using only natural ingredients as well. They assure that their products are free from animal meat, rennet and gelatin, and that their food can be consumed by vegetarians and Muslims. Luscious cakes and decadent pastries all feature on their menu.
cheficon.com | FB: cheficon | IG: @chef_icon
9) Choupinette Singapore
This French bistro and pastry bakery is located at Bukit Timah Road, and you can find burgers, buns and sandwiches here to keep yourselves full. We also suggest pairing up the baked goods with their selection of cheeses, as there’s nothing like the combination of bread and cheese. Their croissants are also highly recommended. Choupinette is closed on Mondays.
FB: ChoupinetteCafe | IG: @choupinette_singapore
10) Bread & Hearth
Head on over to Keong Saik road and you’ll stumble upon the charming Bread & Hearth, where you’ll find breads and pastries baked using traditional European methods. You can get just about anything here, from croissants, viennoiseries to pies and tarts. Meals are also available, whether you want breakfast, lunch or dinner.
breadandhearth.com | FB: BreadAndHearth | IG: @breadandhearth
That’s not all! More Top 10s in Singapore are waiting to be discovered!
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes on TallyPress.com.