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Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux (Killiney Road)

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This simply decorated cafe serves sandwiches, desserts and all their own baked goods, of course. There are a number of breads, cakes and other sweet treats to choose from, and 

Freshly Baked has been open since mid-September 2007, giving us a French style Kopitiam shop ambience. It offers a variety of Artisan Breads, Cakes (Special Order) and pastries. It is a great place for a lazy morning breakfast, brunch, lunch or afternoon tea. Let us pamper you with a strong and nice cappuccino together with a healthy sandwich. We even serve crispy yet chewy macarons. Look out for festive or seasonal specials as well.

 

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 20:00

Sat: 08:00 - 18:00

Sun: 08:00 - 15:00

+65 67353298
$11 based on 42 submissions
Brunch (21 votes), Breakfast (18 votes), Take Away (14 votes)
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Yummy brunch

Yummy brunches! I had the Brunch Set A with pork cheese sausage and it was delicious. Fluffly, creamy scrambled eggs, tasty sausages, and fresh bread--filling and satisfying to boot. I topped my lunch off with their red velvet cupcake which was just as amazing.

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• 08 Sep 2014 • 50 reviews • 2 followers

Yummy brunch

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Yummy brunches! I had the Brunch Set A with pork cheese sausage and it was delicious. Fluffly, creamy scrambled eggs, tasty sausages, and fresh bread--filling and satisfying to boot. I topped my lunch off with their red velvet cupcake which was just as amazing.
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• 15 Aug 2014 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

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Look what we found at our go-to cake shop: a dose of nostalgia, a dose of sweetness and a lot of buttery goodness - giant fancy gems ($6 per packet) at our favourite local bakery. We made up the name "giant fancy gems", because it's National Day month and we're feeling the pride and love for all things Singapore. Nice take, Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux!
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• 28 Jul 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Grumpy cashier

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Bread is gd but the cashier who mends the store is so grumpy. I don't understand why the owner would allow such a grumpy face to serve customers. She said thank you every sentence but her thank u is so fake and there is am obvious fake smile that she tries to hard. I have been to this bread store very often and everytime I go, I see her grumpy face, as if I am begging her for bread. I really like the bread but her face is a total turned off
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