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Breadtalk (Paragon)

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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. An outlet is located at Paragon.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:30

+65 67334434
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great breads

I frequent this outlet a lot since I live close by. The standard is always consistent and you can rely on the quality to be the same today, tomorrow and everyday, from one outlet to the next. Amazing organisation!

I like the uniforms for the girls too. Very neat and proper.

There's more a little bit more variety and variation at this store, but mostly everything is the same as the other stores.

There is always a variety to choose from, buns, rolls, cakes, sweet, savoury, etc... a bit overpriced for just bread/dough, but I guess no one comes close enough for them to compete on prices so prices stay high.

Always fresh, nothing tastes off ever, unlike a lot of neighbourhood shops or other bakeries which try to copy bread talk but just cannot make it!

Service is the same - gruff, quick, efficient, stuff your bread into a bag, grab your money and move on.

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• 07 Mar 2011 • 131 reviews • 4 followers

great breads

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I frequent this outlet a lot since I live close by. The standard is always consistent and you can rely on the quality to be the same today, tomorrow and everyday, from one outlet to the next. Amazing organisation!

I like the uniforms for the girls too. Very neat and proper.

There's more a little bit more variety and variation at this store, but mostly everything is the same as the other stores.

There is always a variety to choose from, buns, rolls, cakes, sweet, savoury, etc... a bit overpriced for just bread/dough, but I guess no one comes close enough for them to compete on prices so prices stay high.

Always fresh, nothing tastes off ever, unlike a lot of neighbourhood shops or other bakeries which try to copy bread talk but just cannot make it!

Service is the same - gruff, quick, efficient, stuff your bread into a bag, grab your money and move on.
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• 10 Feb 2011 • 131 reviews • 4 followers

love the bread!

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Love most of the bread there. Some flavours are hit and miss. Prices are superinflated, seriously.

Tried the macarons. The texture is fantastic. Meaty and chewy, just right. But the taste is rather bland. Just sweet with a hint of flavour. Would be better if the flavour was much stronger.

Always polite, fast, efficient service, without wasitng time on pleasantries.

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• 15 Jan 2011 • 111 reviews • 0 follower

Breadtalk Silver

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Breadtalk at Paragon, also known as Breadtalk Silver is actually no different then other breadtalk outlets, the bread sold taste pretty much the same. The only difference could be the more upscale decor.
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