When it comes to artisanal bread and pastries baked fresh, very few do it better than the good folks over at Enjoué Bakery. Specialising in a vast array of quality European-style artisanal bread, pastries and cakes, each and every one of this humble Joo Chiat bakery’s authentic bakes come with sturdy crusts imbued with the natural flavours of fermentation and a robust mouthfeel that is quite unlike any other.
All their products are hand-made, freshly-baked daily and free from any preservatives and other unnatural ingredients. In essence, what you are likely to get is real-deal, healthy loaves that boast spectacular flavour profiles and textures—something you probably will not be able to find at commercial bread shops.
Artisanal bread is all-natural and do not come laden with preservative, additives and chemicals—not to mention they taste so much better. It may take a bit of getting used to, but the pros of switching over to artisanal bread truly outweigh the cons, and Enjoué Bakery is perhaps one of the few in sunny Singapore that guarantees superior quality, wholesome loaves that come with the promise of unbeatable flavour.
Enjoué Bakery is having a special promotion of S$1 butter croissant (limited to 3 pieces per customer, daily) from now until 8 August 2018.
Nestled in an enclave of cafes in Tiong Bahru, Merci Marcel is a chic French café that took over the premises of the now-defunct The Orange Thimble. Located right next to Tiong Bahru Bakery, the café operates as a brunch spot in the day and transforms into a casual bar at night.
With a variety of French bakes and mains features in their daytime menu and an even larger assortment of hot beverages and alcoholic drinks, Merci Marcel is the perfect place for a gathering with friends or a romantic date with your other half.
Here’s a peek into what you can expect from this enchanting Parisian-style cafe in Tiong Bahru.
Last month, Délifrance Singapore launched a seasonal menu of two special croissant burger, mini cheesecakes and profiteroles. The good news is they are staying for a while more!
Now, wait for it. On top of the extension, Délifrance Singapore will be launching the Chicken Rendang Croissant Burger (S$12.90/set) on 23 May 2017, available until 3 July 2017.
You get a generous amount of Rendang chicken in your croissant burger and every bite is ultra-satisfying! Here is what we love about this exciting new addition!
Délifrance is a familiar name to Singaporeans. It is an established bakery loved for their fresh bakes such as croissants, baguettes and other French pastries.
With a whole list of outlets islandwide, you can find a Délifrance outlet near you effortlessly. If you haven’t visited in a while, you should.
From 11 April to 22 May 2017, Délifrance will be launching two new croissant burgers that will definitely excite you. The two choices are Chicken Teriyaki Croissant Burger (S$9.90) and Turkey Meltz Croissant Burger (S$10.90), both with its own unique features and taste.
The Croissant burger have got us pumped up because we have always been fans of their classic croissants and this is like good ol’ croissants levelling up! How can we say no? Here is what you are going to miss out on if you do head down to your nearest Délifrance outlet.
It has only been two months since the launch of Délifrance’s Halal-certified gourmet flavour bursting croissants but the respectable French bakery chain that everyone grew up loving already has something new to offer.
As the trend of cheesy food remains highly popular, Délifrance has decided to fatten all of us further with the all-new Cheesy Lava flavour! The other flavours in the mini flavour bursting croissant range – Salted Egg, Hazel O’tella and Cookie Butter – will continue to be there for you any time you need a good croissant fix.
From 01 August onwards, all readers of Ladyironchef are entitled to one free Cheesy Lava croissant with any three pieces purchased. All you have to do is to flash this post to the friendly staff at any Délifrance outlet to redeem.
Bakery-cum-café Délifrance – a leading pioneer of artisanal French pastries – is a reputable household name in Singapore that everyone knows.
Just when you thought their French Butter Croissant is all to love, wait till you find out about what they have up their sleeves lately!
The renowned brand recently launched a series of gourmet Halal-certified mini flavour bursting croissants, and they are available in the following flavours – Cookie Butter, Hazel O’tella, P’Nut Lava and Salted Egg.
These handcrafted croissants are baked fresh daily, and each sweet treat is stuffed with generous amounts of fillings so that it bursts with flavour with every bite.
From now till 19 June 2016, all of you are entitled to a complimentary croissant with every three pieces purchased. All you have to do is to simply share this blog post on your Facebook, flash it to the Délifrance’s staff.
Breads and pastries are staples that everyone can appreciate, and we all love eating them fresh out of the oven.
The great thing about living in Singapore is that there are so many different kinds of bakeries – from traditional to artisanal options. All the different kinds of breads and pastries are mostly baked fresh daily in-house and are oh-so-delicious!
Breads are good for any time of the day. Some of the best bakeries in Singapore go the extra mile in the baking and preparation process, some even creating wonderful unique creations that are impossible to resist.
Here are 11 Best Artisanal Bakeries in Singapore - places that we rely on when we need our fresh bakes fix.
Back in the 90′s when we were growing up, cafes were a luxury and if we could have a croissant or a danish, we would be happy for the entire week. There were not many options then, and we say with certainty that most of us grew up with Délifrance.
In our memories, the French-style cafe was the closest we could get to Paris, and the baguettes and croissants were favourites that filled our hearts with glee. Today, cafes are aplenty and French bakes and sweets are commonly found, but Délifrance still holds a special place in our hearts. For one, the familiarity is ever comforting.
Recently, Délifrance has just relaunched the heritage croissant – an enriched version of its signature butter croissant – as well as four new croissant flavours. They reminded us of how Délifrance holds true to the French’s baking philosophies, and with the heritage croissants bagging home several awards, we are heartened to know that the French cafe will stay to impress many more generations.
We are also giving away 3 X S$50 Délifrance vouchers. More details of the giveaway at the end of this post. Here, we share Délifrance’s new croissant lineup that are available at all 30 Délifrance outlets in Singapore, and some promotional prices to tempt you further.