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Breadtalk (Northpoint)

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Breadtalk is an established local bakery that has since expanded beyond Singapore. The brand is renowned for originating the "Floss" bread.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 67554144
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• 03 Apr 2010 • 1254 reviews • 1 follower

we always like breadtalk

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and their choice of bread. from tomato sausage, cheese boat, curry naan, and many more. they also have promotional seasonal item, some are good while some doesn't really make the cut (at least for us) the staff is adequate and really have fast finger input our breads in a jiffy. so long queue also goes by fast except if there's customer in front who can't just make up their mind choosing cake near the counter, very annoying.
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