Duke Bakery – Taste A New Creation

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Duke Bakery has opened its first store in Singapore!

Think Duke Bakery is a European bakery? You’re just one-third correct. Duke Bakery is actually a retailer of Japanese European style artisan bread with Taiwan origin. The chef has brilliantly incorporated the Japanese style of light and soft bread, with the centuries-old European style of using yeast from fermented fruits and finest quality ingredients, for natural flavour and a healthier alternative. So what you get is a truly unprecedented taste and texture of bread, suit for all the caprices of appetite! Baked fresh daily, you even get to choose from over 60 bread options!

Duke Bakery
Duke Bakery

By texture, we mean you can sink your teeth into soft, moist and chewy crumb with thin crisp crust, and generous portions of ingredient. It’s heartening to learn that Duke Bakery does not skimp on quality and value. Prices range from $3.50 to $8.50 for a slab of bread. We particularly enjoyed Carlbell (卡門貝爾), one of Four Kings(四大天王)Signature Artisan Breads, for its perfect harmony of sweet cream cheese filling and sour cranberry notes. Made with quality yeast from grape, it’s no wonder why the bread is so appetising.

Duke Bakery

Carlbell

Four Kings chocolate breads are a hit too. Baked in large loaves for close to an hour, then cut into thick slices to retail, the Chocolate and Cheese (多倫黑加麗) impressed us with its combination of chocolate infused crumb and chunks of smooth cream cheese. The Chocolate Bun (黑眼豆豆) also left us in awe with its velvety chocolate beans and cocoa powder fillings, right smack in the centre of the crumb. You can actually savour the rich and robust chocolate flavour.


Chocolate and Cheese

Chocolate and Cheese


Chocolate Bun

Chocolate Bun

Saving the best for last and taking the throne is none other than Crown (皇冠), the last Four Kings bread. It conjoins five small buns that have a generous smear of cream cheese in their centre, to create one large bread that resembles the shape of a crown, hence the name. Every single mouthful is sensational with smooth cream cheese and chewy crumb.

Crown

Crown

Duke Bakery Grand Opening

Duke Bakery will be celebrating its Grand Opening on Sunday, 27 October 2013 from 10.30am – 1pm at United Square #01-02/03. The special occasion will be officiated by one of the bosses, Mr Lim, and celebrity guests, Fann Wong and Jerry Huang, who will fly all the way from Taiwan to grace the momentous occasion.

The store will be closed from 11am – 12pm for a Private Tasting event. General public is advised to visit the store again after 12pm to catch a glimpse of the famed trio and taste a new creation!

Grand Opening Special Promotions

Enjoy 40% OFF Storewide* on Grand Opening Day from 12pm – 9pm.
*No minimum purchase required.

Enjoy 20% OFF Storewide* from Monday, 28 October – Monday, 4 November.
*No minimum purchase required.

Receive a Free Duke Bakery Lifetime Membership* with 10% Off future purchases when you spend a minimum of $20 worth of Duke Bakery bread.
*While membership card stocks last.

Duke Bakery
United Square #01-02/03,
101 Thomson Road, Singapore 307591
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 9pm
Visit www.facebook.com/DukeBakery

3 Responses to Duke Bakery – Taste A New Creation

  1. Katherine November 7, 2013 at 9:09 AM #

    May I check that thats a stall at Tampines St 82 ?

    • WhereToEat Singapore
      WhereToEat Singapore November 12, 2013 at 8:30 PM #

      Hi Katherine, nope it is not 🙂 have a check on the address written above.

    • Saz June 4, 2014 at 8:30 AM #

      There is one at Suntec City, drawback is that it doesn’t cater for everyone. It appears the bread is massive you got to take it home to eat. Not good if you want a quick morning or afternoon snack. I hope they will change the strategy to cater for this market , especially people that work in the office want a small something to have for breakfast.
      The price is on the higher side compared to other speciality bread shops in the vicinity that also offer premium quality

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