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Jie Bakery & Confectionery

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Located at Upper Paya Lebar Road, Jie Bakery & Confectionery is a old bakery that retails its homemade traditional roti loaves.

Closed on Fri Mornings, Daily: 24 Hours

+65 62811377
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Traditional Bread at its best

The two loaves of bread cost about $5.80, but definitely we thought it was worth the price. These are one of the very few traditional bakeries you can find in Singapore which still retain the taste of traditional bread as compared to Japanese or European-style bakeries sprouting up in busy crowd. If you are also a fan of traditional bread, your trip will not be wasted. Furthermore, if you happened to visit the bakery in the noon, you might just be in time to taste another traditional food - Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint, a duck specialist shop right beside it.

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  • Freshly made kaya sandwiches2 votes
  • Freshly made loaf bread and colourful bread2 votes
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• 09 Jan 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Traditional Bread at its best

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The two loaves of bread cost about $5.80, but definitely we thought it was worth the price. These are one of the very few traditional bakeries you can find in Singapore which still retain the taste of traditional bread as compared to Japanese or European-style bakeries sprouting up in busy crowd. If you are also a fan of traditional bread, your trip will not be wasted. Furthermore, if you happened to visit the bakery in the noon, you might just be in time to taste another traditional food - Kay Lee Roast Meat Joint, a duck specialist shop right beside it.
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• 26 Sep 2013 • 12 reviews • 3 followers

Nostalgia

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I can't resist the kaya sandwiches here. Some accuse these beautiful white loaves of being bland but to me they are soft, cottony pillows of nostalgia. I'll certainly rue the day these traditional bakeries have all died out to make way for the slew of European-style bakeries sprouting up everywhere. Take a break from all that sourdough, people! 
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• 03 Dec 2009 • 90 reviews • 6 followers

a taste of tradition

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have it with kaya, peanut butter, blueberry jam or on its own, the traditional roti loaves sold here are soft and pillowy. finish them within two days though as they aren't baked with preservatives.
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