Bread Talk, a popular bakery from singapore._mount fuji swirl: sweet bun filled with whipped cream and a pandan coconut-like jam that is called kaya but i don't really think it is. still, very successful, imo, as the soft, white bread matched the cream and delicate filling well.
Orwasher Bakery_Baked Daily, Baked Local_Many say it, we live it. Every day for nearly 100 years, we’ve been baking bread in our own bakery on Manhattans Upper East Side. Along the way, we became addicted to sourcing local ingredients and collaborating with local artisans. We do everything by hand, in the old style, which takes time, patience, and a nearly obsessive attention to detail. But what can we say, that’s just who we are.
Pandan Cake_ Went to Regent Cakes on Francis Street in Northbridge to buy a birthday cake for my mum. Regent Cakes is an Asian bakery and makes quite good cakes. You can also buy other Asian bakeries like those sweet or savoury buns with various fillings like custard, red bean paste or bbq pork. This cake is a fresh fruit and cream pandan cake. The cake is for 15-18 people and costed $45 (!!).
"Kogi" dog._ All-beef hot dog, kimchi, roasted shishito peppers, and chinese mustard. I'm sure they got their inspiration from Kogi BBQ haha but wow that chinese mustard really kicks in this dog. It was actually too much at certain point. Gotta ask for it on the side next time. The roasted peppers was amazing but itself. Really mild flavors.
Fortunately, jerk chicken has found new wings just a few steps away, at a charming bakery called Little Miss Muffin N Her Stuffin. Here, Jamaican patties feature several types of meat-based filling, all of which are packed with much more flavor than their more classical counterparts at Christie’s. Little Miss Muffin’s jerk chicken patty sings with allspice and pepper, and their popular BBQ chicken patty abandons minced texture altogether for heavily glazed chunks of white and dark meat. It…