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Pullman Bakery

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Famous for its curry buns in Hokkaido, Pullman Bakery has finally set foot in Singapore and is offering their renowned curry buns, as well as a whole other variety of buns, including European breads and Danish pastries and sandwiches.

Mon - Fri: 07:30 - 21:30

Sat - Sun: 08:30 - 21:30

PH: 08:30 - 21:30

+65 63373575
$3 based on 11 submissions
Breakfast (3 votes)
Jasonhanis

Best Croissant yet in Singapore

Comparable to those in Germany, this is a secret yummy hideout of butter croissant in S'pore. As simple as it looks, just one bite simply melts in your mouth Crispy & Delicious.   If they can make such seemingly simple stuff so good, you can imagine for the rest of their bake

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30 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Donut a disappointment

Comments mainly for the two items bought - the chocolate coated donut and the little (bite-sized) sugar coated pieces (3 pcs for $1). Bought both items in the evening and the next morning, both were oozing with oil in its own way - the choc coated donut in its packaging while the little one in my mouth.
23 Aug 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Best Croissant yet in Singapore

Comparable to those in Germany, this is a secret yummy hideout of butter croissant in S'pore. As simple as it looks, just one bite simply melts in your mouth Crispy & Delicious.   If they can make such seemingly simple stuff so good, you can imagine for the rest of their bake
24 Apr 2011 • 12 reviews • 1 follower

Bacon & egg rocks!

Tried the bacon & egg bread as well as a pizza-looking bread (can't remember the name now) and both were DELISH! Wish they had a branch closer to me....
13 Mar 2011 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

Quality bakery

Unique bakery originated in Hokkaido, offering high quality breads and pastries at reasonable value. Nice croissants! Worth a stop if you are peckish and in the vicinity of Millenia Walk. It has become a popular breakfast stop for those working in the nearby offices.

28 Nov 2010 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Pullman's is pulling me in!!!!

I was at Pullman’s at 8.30 am in the morning and it was buzzing with activity!)

Seeing the queue and the luring smell, I could not help myself but to try some of the signature specials. I picked out their special Chikuwa Bun (If I spelled it right!) and some mini sweet potato bites. The bun had in it, fishcake and tuna while the sweet potato bites were covered by puff pastry with minced sweet potato within.

And the taste: Surprising really good! I’m a traditional bun kinda person. I like my sugar donuts and fried sausage buns or my almond chocolate croissants. So, this was totally new.

The Chikuwa bun was the most surprising: there was no fishy taste in the fishcake and the tuna had no strong smell too. However, the bread was little to light for my liking. Something a little heavier and denser would have been better for breakfast.

However, overall, I still gave it top marks for the taste: the texture and the seasoning is just right.

As for the sweet potato bites: pop one into your mouth and taste the natural sweetness of the filling. It was a real treat to the senses and gave me the sugar boost I was looking for in the morning. However, make no mistake: these small bites are 50 cents per piece. Not cheap at all!

Overall, Pullman’s is a great place for bread and certainly makes my day! Check it out!

The wisdom tooth fairy