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New bakes at Bread Society

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Indulge in new tasty breads and pastries by Bread Society’s artisanal baker chef Atsushi Murata.

Freshly baked using the finest ingredients, these new baked creations will sure to tantalise your taste buds. Start your day with a hearty and satisfying breakfast.

Try the Chicken Hotdog with Bean Sauce ($3.00), a succulent chicken sausage embellished with flavourful chilli bean sauce and onions, nestled between a sweet, pillowy bun. If you are potato lovers, go for the Potato Salad Croissant ($2.80), homemade potato salad in a flaky, buttery croissant. A must-try is the superb Chicken Hamburger ($3.00) – a tender and juicy chicken patty with chilli bean sauce, fresh lettuce and tomato held together by warm, sweet sesame seed buns.

And if you love a good loaf, chef Murata has created exciting loafs that marry European breads with local fruits – Pain au Longan Hazelnut (500g for $8.80, 1kg for $17.00) and Pain au Lychee Almond (500g for $8.80, 1kg for $17.00). Pain au Longan Hazelnut combines white wine-drenched longans with aromatic hazelnuts, while Pain au Lychee Almond showcases rose wine-soaked lychees with crunchy almonds. Another one of chef Murata’s creations – Wafu ($1.80) – melds the best of his Japanese heritage with his expertise in European-style artisanal breads and pastries. Shoyu potato, mayonnaise and scallions form the filling of a soft French bun.

For peckish afternoons or teatime, indulge in Bostock ($2.50) – a soft, light-textured brioche slathered in delicious almond paste and baked to perfection with a sprinkling of almond slices and icing sugar on top – which is perfect when downed with a hot cuppa.For a savoury option, try Brioche Legumes ($2.20), which combines delicious brioche with fresh potato, broccoli, carrots, pumpkin and tasty Parmesan cheese. Also satisfy your cravings with Chocolate Marble Toast ($5.80) – particularly good when warmed in the toaster or oven – or Brioche Baton ($4.20).

If you prefer something sweet, you will enjoy Bread Society’s Tarte Figue ($4.20), a toothsome mix of juicy figs and fig paste set atop luscious almond cream. Those who prefer a tangy twist to their tart will adore Tarte Rhubarbe ($4.20) – the refreshing tartness of the Rhubarb stalk provides contrast to the sweetness of brown sugar and almond cream. Another must-try is Tarte Pistache et Griotte ($4.20) – rich pistachio almond cream mixed with pitted cherries and milk cream elegantly layered on a buttery tart pastry. You can also go for their dessert platter with other delectable sweet treats like Tarte Apricot, Tarte Caramel, Tarte Citron and Pomme Floralie ($4.20 each).

Bread Society
#B2-19, ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Tel: 6509 4434
Operating Hours: 7:30am to 10:30pm (Mon – Thu); 7:30am to 11pm (Fri – Sat); 8:30am to 11pm (Sun)

Author: Javan Ng

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