Review: Mr Bakery (Singapore)

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Beo Crescent Food Centre Bukit Merah View Food Centre Holland Drive Food Centre Singapore

Mr Bakery

sells quite a large assortment of breads and snacks. Their nyonya tapioca cake is nice.


Nyonya Tapioca Cake

This baked tapioca cake is nice. Soft and chewy but not too stick and not too sweet. Contains nice crunchy coconut flakes inside giving nice coconut flavours to this tapioca cake. Recommended.

Signature Bun

The signature bun from Mr Bakery contains chicken sausage slices, chicken floss, cheddar cheese and mayonnaise. The crispy melted cheese contrasts nicely with the soft bun. This bun tastes a little sweet and a little savoury from the chicken floss. Quite likeable.

Chicken Luncheon Meat Egg

This bun comes with a thin slice of chicken luncheon meat and a small slice of boiled egg. Tastes quite decent.

Coffee Boy with Cheese

This is a sweet coffee flavoured bun. It has a crusty coffee flavoured top and a soft bun body. Contains melted cheese inside its soft bun. Nice.

Mexico Bun

Just like Coffee Boy bun above, Mexico Bun has a crusty top with chocolate bits and soft bun body. Hidden inside the bun is a chocolate filling. This is a nice chocolatey bun.

Fried Chicken Sausage

This has a chicken sausage wrapped in a donut crust and deep fried. The fried dough is chewy but unfortunately isn’t crispy and it is a little bit oily. Would probably taste much better if it is toasted crispy.

Fried Curry Potato

Instead of having a piece of sausage inside, this uses curry potato filling. Unfortunately the crust is soft and not crispy, but the curry potato filling tastes nice. Spicy with a tint of sweet. It is a bit oily too.

Curry Puff

This is the pastry type of baked curry puff. It has a flaky crust which unfortunately is soft. The curry potato filling is spicy and tastes pretty nice though.


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