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  • Jun 28, 2010
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+5
When I tried this place (visiting Singapore) it wasawesome. Soft as a cloud, slightly sweet bread with a bunch of different fillings. Perfect for any mood.
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review by . March 12, 2010
posted in Go Singapore
Mont Blanc
For the longest time, Bread Talk was the hottest talk in town so much so it even got itself listed on the Exchange. No, not about barter... but Stock Exchange of Singapore. A public listed company! That's a prominent success for a bakery, yes?      Bread Talk was everywhere in Singapore, at the subway train stations, at supermarkets, at shopping centers. You can't possibly missed it when in Singapore. Now, I am seeing that trend repeats itself in China. A lot more competition …
Quick Tip by . March 07, 2010
Boy, I just discovered how good its cakes are v. recently; a decade after it's been around! Montblanc & Milo are my favorites.
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 BreadTalk Group Limited is a listed bakery based in Singapore and was founded in April, 2000. It currently operates a chain of retail outletsthrough its subsidiary BreadTalk Pte Ltd, selling a wide range of breadcakesbuns and pastries. The group currently has a chain of 24 retail outlets islandwide in Singapore, and is seeking to expand overseas by opening branches in IndonesiaHong Kong, the People's Republic of ChinaPhilippinesMalaysiaTaiwanThailandUnited Arab EmiratesIndiaSouth Korea, and Bahrain.

Bread Talk outlets feature a "see-through" kitchens, often located next to or within the retail outlet, separated from the main retail space by transparent glass panes, allowing the public to view the kitchens. The rationale for doing this was that it would promote confidence in theirhygiene quality and food standards.

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