There is a part of me who would love to provide support for new cafes, who are perhaps not that active in the marketing aspect.

This brought me to The Hillford, a mixed-development at Jalan Jurong Kechil (Upper Bukit Timah).

Even if it is that far, I made two trips down to Bread Createur – though the first time the café was unfortunately closed for a private event.

Not every indie bakery café has the luck of The Bakery By Woodlands Sourdough, whose bakes has received positive response and reviews.

But I do think Bread Createur has what it takes, if they can keep up with their quality.

The small shop offers a wide selection of freshly baked bread and pastries, prepared using quality ingredients.

It looked like a family-owned place, with personable service. Except that the space could be a bit cramped.

Some of their recommended include the Kougin Amann ($3.30) which uses brown sugar; Chocolate Almond Banana ($4.50) which has the fruit blended into pain aux chocolate – thus quite special; Traditional Baguette ($3.20) with starter cultivated in-house; and Sourdough ($3.50) with tangy texture.

The Almond Croissant ($4.50) had a lovely buttery layer, with nutty sweet fillings.

As for the Charcoal Bacon & Cheese ($5.50), it had quite a likable, doughy-chewy texture with creamy, savoury fillings.

I would say the quality of the bakes here are fresher and better than even some well-established brands.

However, I do feel that Bread Createur can afford to create a couple of breads that are more uncommon – different from the rest and unique to their brand.

Bread Createur
182 Jalan Jurong Kechil, The Hillford, #01-51, Singapore 596152
Tel: +65 9179 5804
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 8:00pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

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