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Chef Icon Nature Bakery

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Located along Kampong Bahru Road, Chef Icon Nature Bakery specialises in cheesecakes and breads that contain no preservatives,artificial flavouring and colouring.

Mon - Sat: 08:30 - 20:00

Closed: Sun & PH

+65 93373900
$11 based on 20 submissions
Take Away (4 votes), Quiet (3 votes)
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bakery with a ❤️

The person who runs the joint is a purist! Everything there, they make from scratch and with good ingredients which appeals to me. I like that as it's pretty rare... people these days don't practice care anymore and they all cut corners but not here! My usual bakery!

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• 04 Jul 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

bakery with a ❤️

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The person who runs the joint is a purist! Everything there, they make from scratch and with good ingredients which appeals to me. I like that as it's pretty rare... people these days don't practice care anymore and they all cut corners but not here! My usual bakery!
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• 23 Jun 2013 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome place must visit

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Love the sandwichs breads, coffees and everything here..really fresh whip lonesome and all natural ingredients..check out more pics and details here

http://urbanfoodlover.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/where-good-food-makes-people-happy-chef-icon-singapore/
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• 29 May 2013 • 77 reviews • 5 followers

English Queen Cake

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There are butter cakes and there are BUTTER CAKES! Go for the English Queen Cake.  Soft; rich and dense butter cake, yet does not overwhelm.  Comes in different toppings.  I had the cranberry walnut – a good choice.  Tried the chocolate cake and cheese cake previously.  Both are recommended. Outlet is brightly lit and has 2-3 tables along one wall – you can choose to have tea/coffee with cake.  There is also a selection of breads as well as peanut butter and kaya. Oh…do remember that cakes need 3 days advance order.
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  • Soft and moist English Queen Cake

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