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(Under Renovation) Breadtalk (West Mall)

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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 West Mall.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 68984344
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Breadtalk x''mas cakes are so lovely. However, it was not to my liking. The one that i bought was the choc wif passionfruit n raspberries. The choc mousse was ok but there are just simply too much almonds blended into the sponge making it quite rough.

Service is great there. The staff are friendly but expect long Q everytime u go there

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• 10 Apr 2010 • 470 reviews • 1 follower

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especially during sale and promo. the staff sometime not so nice and rush people away. i understand they want to put the breads on the shelves but a nice and friendly gesture is much more appreciated here since customer there to buy, if they dont have customer they wont need to put the bread there right.
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• 22 Dec 2008 • 681 reviews • 90 followers

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Breadtalk x''mas cakes are so lovely. However, it was not to my liking. The one that i bought was the choc wif passionfruit n raspberries. The choc mousse was ok but there are just simply too much almonds blended into the sponge making it quite rough.

Service is great there. The staff are friendly but expect long Q everytime u go there
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