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Bakersworld

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Bakersworld is a high quality, niche bakery in Singapore. They specialises in custom-made cakes and other confectionary products.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 19:00

+65 61007107
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A hidden find, I would say.

I find e prices reasonable, and worth e hassle. There's a good variation of delicious flavors for anyone with a sweet tooth. I even had a custom designed cake done once at the place at pretty affordable price, and was extremely satisfied with the cake. However, there isn't a place to dine there. So do be prepared to do a take away if you ever make your way down. Only real downside is I found the place a little hard to reach, esp since I don't drive.

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• 19 Sep 2012 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

A hidden find, I would say.

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I find e prices reasonable, and worth e hassle. There's a good variation of delicious flavors for anyone with a sweet tooth. I even had a custom designed cake done once at the place at pretty affordable price, and was extremely satisfied with the cake. However, there isn't a place to dine there. So do be prepared to do a take away if you ever make your way down. Only real downside is I found the place a little hard to reach, esp since I don't drive.

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• 05 Mar 2012 • 153 reviews • 2 followers

cheap and good!

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recommended: Avocado, Yam, Passionfruit Mango, Strawberry Marshmallow

 

for a more detailed review, view my blog http://hungryinsingapore.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/bakers-world-cakes/

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