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Duke Bakery (United Square)

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Duke Bakery is originated from Taiwan and is a special retailer of the most famous Japanese European style artisan bread and prides itself in creating artisan breads by the use of finest quality ingredients from Europe, coupled with the dedication of highly skilled craftsmen.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

+65 62522955
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Tasteful Breads!

Has a variety of healthy breads. They were blasting with flavors!

I like it where they allow you to taste the sample before buying, I ended spending 20 over dollars just for myself. My friend got this Parmesan Bread with Ham? I can't really remember the name, but it cost 8 dollars! It was worth the money, the fillings are so generous!

Service was fine to me though.

I really like the rustic interior, very european style! 

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• 16 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Tasteful Breads!

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Has a variety of healthy breads. They were blasting with flavors!

I like it where they allow you to taste the sample before buying, I ended spending 20 over dollars just for myself. My friend got this Parmesan Bread with Ham? I can't really remember the name, but it cost 8 dollars! It was worth the money, the fillings are so generous!

Service was fine to me though.

I really like the rustic interior, very european style! 
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• 02 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad Service

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Just came back from the shop. Cashier without any expression and word - not a smile and of course, not even to utter "thank you". Bad Service!
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• 24 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Rude Service and Flies around the bread

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Honestly, don't bother to waste your money. You will just end up fuming out of the store.

There were flies around the bread and no staff bothered to keep the flies away. The staffs stood nonchalantly behind the cashier and were so bad-mannered upon payment. 
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