The next time you find yourself craving for a sweet treat or two, this artisanal Taiwanese bakery in Bugis Junction may be just what you need.
Shinfuni, the sister brand of KAZO, specialises in “traditional Taiwanese flavours with contemporary flair”, so you can look forward to an extensive range of pies, tarts, breads, and delicate custard-filled pastries at fairly affordable prices.
First things first — you’ll probably recognise KAZO’s iconic Crispy Cream Puffs and Kazu Kazu (eclair-shaped cream puffs) stuffed with fillings like Matcha, Chocolate, and Durian Cream, alongside a line-up of Kazo Polo, the bakery chain’s take on bolo buns.
Exclusive to Shinfuni, however, is the Shinfuni Signature Hokkaido Cream Apple Pie (S$3.80), comprising apple chunks and silky Hokkaido cream in a buttery layered pie crust.
You can also find an assorted selection of soft and fluffy cream-filled Volcano Donuts — I foresee the Taro Orh Nee Donut being the biggest hit with the crowds (because hello, taro).
The French Brulee Bun, which boasts creamy homemade custard and a caramelised sugar crust on a baked bun, is the picture of decadence, but if you’re seeking something more breakfast-appropriate, the Golden Horn Croissant will more than suffice.
Not much of a sweet tooth? You can also get savoury items like the Honey Chicken Onion Croissant (S$2.80) and Garlicky Cheese Bread (S$2.80).
Regardless, you’re bound to find something that tickles your fancy, so go treat yourself to some delectable cream puffs after work today!
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