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Breadtalk (The Centrepoint)

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BreadTalk has brought about a renaissance in the bread business, with multiple awards testifying to its branding and business successes. At the outlets, customers can also see through the kitchens, and see how the breads are prepared and baked.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:30

+65 67344434
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• 04 Apr 2010 • 42 reviews • 0 follower

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I always seem to be in someone;s way when I'm getting a tray, queueing, or paying. The aisle's really narrow. thankfully, service is always quick. The staff is always replenishing the stock ( which promises freshness, but AGAIN, we'll get into each others' ways). Breaktalk's variety and prices are pretty standard. I mean there are SO many stores in Singapore. Prices are acceptable, and food's always presented well. Cakes are kind of expensive... $4+ for a small piece. Try the Strawberrt Cheesecake if you have the chance though! It has a pink topping with pink cheey mousse, and in a heart shape. Too pretty to eat!
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