Review: Mini Toast House (Singapore)

Mini Toast House: Assorted Buns

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Mini Toast House

is a bakery selling various buns and bakes with multiple outlets. Decent.

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Coffee Bun

This coffee bun is a fairly fragrant scent. It has a soft bun with crispy undersides, and has a light sweet taste. Contains a buttery filling inside. Tastes decent.

Ham & Cheese Bun

The ham and cheese bun has a slice of ham and a melted slice of cheese placed on top of a soft chewy bun. The ham and cheese gives this bun a nice savoury taste.

Kaya Bun

This soft and chewy bun has a hole in its centre containing a dollop of kaya jam. The kaya has a nice scent. It has sweet and coconut flavourings. Rather likeable.

Otah Bun

The otah bun has a piece of otah sandwiched in between a soft and chewy bun. The otah is firm and spicy. Tastes decent as well.


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