With National Day around the corner, relish in BreadTalk’s ‘Taste of Home’ buns, featuring six new delicious creations, inspired by local dishes and flavours.
The Seafood Laksa ($2.20 each, 3 for $5.50) is the spiciest of the lot (one that I particularly enjoy), topped with a dried fish fillet and stuffed with chunky fish cake and some minced prawns (though I couldn’t taste any).
Another must-try is the Otah Cheese Clip ($2.40 each, 3 for $5.50), best served hot and crispy from the oven. Sandwiched between the croissant is a thick delightful piece of otah, made from fish and sotong.
The Curry Chic ($1.90 each, 3 for $5.50) is not as spicy as expected but comes with the classic curry chicken and potato filling.
The other three new buns are best eaten chilled – Kaya Prince, Custard Cloud and Rosie ($1.80 each, $5 for three).
The Rosie, especially, caught my eye for its rose-layered dough, elevated with more dried rose petals scattered on it. Inside it is a light and airy rose custard and cream filling.
Mix and match any 3 pieces of Seafood Laksa, Curry Chic or Otah Cheese Clip for $5.50.
Mix and match any 3 pieces of Kaya Prince, Custard Cloud and Rosie for $5.
Enjoy the Taste of Home Set (all six featured buns) at $10
*Prices may vary in-store and online.
*Promotion is available till end of August 2020.
Available exclusively on BreadTalk’s e-store are the limited edition National Day cupcakes in three different flavours – Chocolate, Raisin and Blueberry – topped with smooth buttercream.
They are priced at $10 for 6 pieces in a box and $18.80 for 12 pieces in a box.
Order Online: https://www.breadtalk.com.sg/shop