Thanks to social media, people are now raving on pull-apart bread. With new recipes trending on TikTok and perfectly captured food flat lay posted on Instagram, many are now asking where to get this scrumptious appetizer.
Hopping into the sourdough craze this 2022 is another holiday favorite Ė the pull-apart bread. With people slowly embracing physical and social interactions, these pull-apart bread come in handy in between conversations, reunions, and small gatherings.
If you don’t have the time to whip up a bake or two of these pull-apart bread, worry no more as restaurants around Singapore have been adding these to their menu. Enjoy this delicious treat as you work from home or share these freshly-baked goodies with your colleagues after a whole day of work in the office.
Where To Buy Pull-Apart Bread in Singapore
Savor the fluffy goodness of these pull-apart bread today. Check out the following bakeries and restaurants for some serving:
The ultimate umami dream for bread lovers. Crisp on top and extremely soft on the inside. Surely, Rosemead’s signature house rolls will certainly not disappoint your cravings. Glazed with the mouthwatering combination of mushroom and bacon fat and then whip with a spread of shiitake cultured butter, this bread will surely introduce you to a whole new level of bread fandom because of its savory taste.
KOAL’s bread roll needs no more convincing. While the restaurant is best known for its focus on char-grilled meat, its fluffy and fragrantly appetizing bread rolls are something that you should never miss upon your visit. Baked in-house, KOAL’s bread rolls are infused with crispy bacon bits and grilled spring onions. Balancing the flavors brought about by the bacon, these rolls are complemented with sour cream and chive butter.
If you are into cute pull-apart buns, then Singapore’s home-based bakery, The Baking Munchies is something that you have to add to your list. Helmed by a pair of sisters who are in constant search of delightful bakes to serve, their superbly cute customized pastries and bread that contains a filling of your choice are sure ways to treat yourself for the day.
Binary’s homemade kubaneh bread is sure to impress. Their Jewish Yemeni style bread is served with the butter of your choice Ė Asian kombu butter or Western Garlic butter Ė that suits perfectly to the flavorful fluff.
Another local favorite that offers a wide array of soft buns in Singapore is Barcook Bakery. While it’s known for its Japan-styled bakes, it also serves seasonal selection like the garlic cream cheese bun, signature BBQ bun, coffee bun, mexi cheese, and sugary brioche that tastes so great when dipped in garlic butter and cream cheese.
Probably one of the best-kept secrets of Singapore. This Japanese bakery located along Jalan Mas Puteh has been attracting locals and bread lovers because of how the quality of bread that it produces. Using only the best ingredients, Desem Bakery is able to deliver that cloud-like texture for their garlic cream cheese sourdough. Partnered with house-made garlic butter and added with cheese, there’s nothing more that you could ask to garnish your day.
This pull-apart bread craze won’t be completed without having to taste the seasonal Krusty XO Pullapart of Krusty by Kausmo. Perfectly enjoyed on its own, their pull-apart bread gets even tastier when added with some butter and dipped into the savory chili crab sauce. What actually brings this food experience to the next level are the fried curry leaves that are layered into the fluffy milk bread. Ah, can you smell the aroma as well?
Aside from the seasonal Krusty XO Pullaparts that Krusty by Kausmo serves during Chinese New Year, another pull-apart that you have to get excited too is their Cocoa & Butterscotch Snowflake Pullapart that comes every Christmas.
By now, you’ve probably understood why bread lovers are really getting head over heels with the pull-apart bread. Aside from the warmth and softness it brings, it’s also the perfect staple to share when meetings friends, family members, and colleagues Ė or when you want to spend some time alone in the comforts of your home.