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Looking for places to get your fix of freshly baked treats? Fortunately, Singapore is home to some truly delightful bakeries, where you can find everything from freshly baked breads to dainty and mouth-watering pastries. Here’s a list of the best bakeries you'll find in Singapore.

 

Starter Lab Singapore

Starter Lab

Starter Lab, which originated in Canggu, Bali, has only one other outlet worldwide, and (luckily for you) that outlet is in Singapore. Starter Lab is best loved for their sourdough bread, but each of their varieties is delicious. Apart from their bread, they also serve sandwiches, pastries and coffee, with a convenient take-away counter for those who are just making a quick stop.

A. 721 Havelock Road 169645 P. +65 9839 0408

 

Berthold Delikatessen

Berthold Delikatessen

Situated at Capitol Piazza, Berthold Delikatessen is a European-style café serving traditional German and European delicacies. Guests have the option to sit indoors, outdoors, or on the mezzanine level (a favourite!) while they try some of the delikatessen’s authentic, fresh & delicious treats. Berthold’s also has quite a reputation for their coffee, so don’t forget to try it while you’re there.

A. The Capitol Kempinski, 3 Stamford Rd, #01-84 178905 T. +65 6715 6872 

 

Maison Kayser

Maison Kayser

If you’re a croissant lover, you won’t want to miss out on Eric Kayser’s incredibly light and flaky creations at Maison Kayser. The search for the perfect croissant ends here, but don’t forget to stock up on their traditional fresh breads while you’re there.

A. OCBC Centre,, 63 Chulia St, #01-01 049514 T. +65 6533 1104

W. maison-kayser.com.sg/

 

Wu Pao Chun Bakery

Wu Pao Chun Bakery

Founded by Wu Pao Chun in Taiwan, Singapore hosts the only outlet outside the country. Wu Pao Chan is famous for winning the Les Masters de la Boulangerie World Championship in Paris in 2010, as well as for his somewhat unusual ingredients. Customers particularly love the Lychee Rose Royale, Red Wine Longan, and their collection of savoury and spicy breads. All their breads can be kept in the freezer for up to 2 weeks so you can stock up!

A. Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Rd, #01-19/20 178905 T. +65 6242 9892

 

Antoinette

Antoinette

French named & themed, Antoinette prides itself on delicate & delicious French treats & pastries. Known for their ambience as much as their food, a trip to Antoinette is a must.

A. 30 Penhas Road 208188 T. +65 6293 3121 

W. www.antoinette.com.sg

 

Asanoya Boulangerie

Asanoya Boulangerie

Japanese baked goods anyone? This tranquil and spacious café offers all day dining, as well as a fantastic selection of bread and baked items (Japanese & European themed) including their Caramel Apple Cube, Fruit Rye & Karuizawa Raisin.

A. 913 Bukit Timah Rd 589623 T. +65 6703 8713

W. www.asanoya.asia/

 

Carpenter and Cook

Carpenter and Cook

Carpenter and Cook is both a vintage home store as well as a bakery café, lending it an eclectic vibe that customers love. Carpenter and Cook is best known for their inviting array of cakes & desserts, which keeps customers coming back time and again for a consistently great experience. Carpenter & Cook's all-time favorite is the classic Smoked Ham and Emmental Cheese croissant. (pictured above)

A. 19 Lorong Kilat, #01-06 598120 T. +65 6463 3648

W. www.carpenterandcook.com

 

Firebake

Firebake

Housing Singapore’s first full-scale wood-fire bread oven, Firebake is both a bakehouse & restaurant. Firebake prides themselves on their all natural ingredients – even milling their own flour on-site –  and traditional European baking methods. A must try at Firebake is their sourdough bread (a specialty of owner Konstantino Blokbergen’s) which comes in 4 types: Valley (fruit loaf), Wave (white loaf), Rock (rye loaf) and Field (wholemeal loaf). Pictured is the Sourdough woodfired Butter Brioche. Fresh out of the oven.

A. Level 1, 237 East Coast Road 428930 T. +65 9784 2950

W. www.firebake.sg

 

Cedele

Cedele

Cedele’s passion for food is matched only by its wholesomeness. Health and well-being are at the center of Cedele’s creations, and with over 30 outlets across Singapore – bakery cafes, all day dining, and bakery kitchens – they are certainly succeeding in their aim. Whatever you eat there, make sure you save some room for their famously delicious cakes.

A. City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, #01-24/25 208539 T. +65 6509 9762

W. www.cedelegroup.com/

 

Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

Nassim Hill Bread

You simply can’t visit Nassim Hill Bakery without trying their famous malt-flavoured beer bread. That said, other dishes on their menu also get special mention, such as the Chilli Crab Pasta and Truffle Fries. Nassim Hill is unique in that customers are encouraged to mingle at communal tables and tap their own draught beer, and – best of all – Nassim Hill has the longest happy hours, from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

A. Tanglin Post Office, 56 Tanglin Rd, #01-03 247964 P. +65 6835 1128

W. www.nassimhill.com.sg/

 

Artisan Boulangerie Co

Artisan Boulangerie Co

Better known as ABC, Artisan Boulangerie Co. was opened in 2013 and has been serving its customers flavour-packed and wholesome food ever since. Customers seem to particularly love their breakfasts, and, to be fair, at ABC you’re spoiled for choice. ABC’s products are produced fresh each day using artisanal techniques with the highest quality ingredients sourced from the best farms worldwide. ABC currently operates eight outlets and catering services throughout Singapore.

A. 118 Killiney Rd, #01-01 239555 T. +65 6444 8130

W. artisanbakery.com.sg/

 

Baker & Cook

Baker & Cook

Home to what has been lauded as the best bagels in Singapore, Baker & Cook’s breads also deserve special mention. Ok, so do their breakfasts. If you appreciate great quality and are looking for a wonderful brunch experience, Baker & Cook has both.

A. 44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-56 278116 T. +65 6472 0998

W. www.bakerandcook.biz/index.htm

 

Bread & Hearth

Bread & Hearth

Described as unpretentious and cosy, Bread & Hearth’s handcrafted artisan bread is the café’s signature creation, though their croissants are also legendary. Their menu includes brunch foods, sandwiches, and some incredible coffees, amongst other equally tempting dishes.

A. 18 Keong Saik Rd 89125 T. +65 6534 7800

W. www.breadhearth.com/

 

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Looking for croissants that taste the same as they do in Paris? Tiong Bahru Bakery has been praised for just that. Indoor and outdoor dining are both available, inviting you to try their array of both sweet and savoury pastries outdoors when the weather is good. With over 20 different types of coffee to choose from, Tiong Bahru Bakery is winning on all fronts.

A. 310 Orchard Road, #L1-16B 238864 T. +65 6735 3787

W. tiongbahrubakery.com

 

Crown Bakery

Crown Bakery

Producing more than 40 types of bread, (all fermented naturally for up to 18 hours and chemical free), Crown Bakery also serves wholesome, delicious breakfasts & brunches, as well as a variety of soups, salad, mains & desserts. Among customer favourites are The Crown Breakfast and Hainanese Chicken bread.

A. Crown Centre, 557 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-03 269694 T. +65 6463 3066

W. www.crownbakery.com.sg/

 

Pantler

Pantler

Pantler is all about light, eye-catching and absolutely mouth-watering desserts, made with internationally sourced ingredients and beautiful seasonal fruits. Customer favourites there are The Yatsura and the Sfogliatella. If you’re someone with a sweet tooth, a visit to Pantler is not to be missed.

A.198 Telok Ayer St 068637 T. +65 6221 6223

W. pantler.com.sg/

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Richard
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4 September 2019
Always looking for a good bakery. Fantastic article and thanks for sharing!
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Emma
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30 August 2019
Thank you Christina for such an extensive selection or great Bakeries in Singapore to consider. Some I have been to, many I have not. It is good to be given these suggestions for a reference. Of course these locations may change over time and our writers will keep the list up-to-date.
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Krystal
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30 August 2019
From hipster area of Canggu in Bali to Havelock Road, Starter Lab Bakery has opened its 2nd outpost (in the world) right here in Singapore. Here’s why the fuss: baker-consultant Emerson Manibo has trained at famed Tartine and Della Fattoria bakeries in California. Starter Lab Bakery in Bali supplies its bakes to Locavore – one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants; and its sourdough loaves were popular enough with Singaporeans owner Min Siah decided to set out an outlet here. Products available in-store are based on their sustainable backstory; there are no single use plastics in the shop; and no straws. This is a female-owned business, with a team that is more than 80% percent female. This artisanal bakery café essentially offers a wholesome but tasty menu of posh toast, sandwiches and build your own bread boards. All the loaves and pastries served (other than the scones) contain sourdough/starter, and loaves are fermented over 36 hours before being baked. Mascarpone, creme fraiche, ricotta and all pickles are made in-house. Recommendations include House-Made Mascarpone, sustainable honey, bee pollen and crushed walnuts ($14); Starter Lab Three cheese toastie ($19); Salmon, pickle, house-made creme fraiche on Danish Rye ($14), Country Loaf ($11 for half, $18 for whole, estimated 1.2kg), and Miso Baguette.
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What's with the tag on female-owned businesses? Are we that backwards/disadvantaged that we have to identify ourselves in this manner, instead of being proud of our products on its own? As a female, I hate labels, as they merely exist to reinforce stereotypes. Does nothing to advance our cause at all. What next? Single, uneducated (insert race here) mother-operated? Good grief.

 
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