The genesis of this incredibly popular bakery and cafe by one-north MRT was on campus at the nearby Singapore University of Technology and Design several years ago. A few passionate foodies started making and selling artisan bread – using natural sourdough leavens, traditional flour-liquid roux and their own hands – that became so popular among students (and those beyond the university campus) that morphed into Bread Yard, one of the most impressive and busy cafes around the western reaches of Singapore. As well as their beautiful bread (the Hokkaido, available Monday-Saturday from 4pm onwards, is particularly sought-after), Bread Yard at 1 Fusionopolis Place dish up spectacular breakfast and lunch dishes as well as tasty coffee and exquisite desserts and sweet treats. The candied bacon pancakes and duck & orange lunch sandwich are strong favourites, but you really can’t go wrong whatever you take from this super talented Singapore spot.
excellent breakfast served at Bread Yard ! satisfying and reasonable priced at as compared to high end cafes which perhaps may not be able to satisfy both
Large portions, will definitely go back. The food is good. Convenient location too but the opening hours are quite short. The smell of the food does get onto your clothes so hope they can do something about that
The candied bacon and grilled cheese pancake was quite good. Loved the burnt cheese surrounding that surrounds the pancake. Very unique. Taste of mocha could mushroom soup could be improved though.
Busy cafe that serves good food. Pity the Hokkaido bread was not ready for sale till after 2pm. Service was quick. Coffee was average though
Hearty food served at reasonable prices, the homemade breads were extremely delicious (: