Hopping onto the trend of grilled Yaowarat buns is The Bun Club. Serving up freshly baked shokupan, fluffy Japanese milk bread, these buns are overflowing with interesting fillings such as Biscoff cream, Crème Pâtissière custard, and Thai milk tea custard.
Each bun is priced at S$4.50, a super reasonable price point if you’re looking to get something different for dessert for your family or friends.
For those who can’t decide on what to get, we recommend The Perfect Partouze (S$24), a box consisting of 6 buns specially curated by their team. At the time of writing, the flavours include Chocolate, Lotus Biscoff, Matcha, Pink Milk, and Thai Tea.
They are also looking to roll out savoury options soon, so keep your eyes peeled on their Instagram page for updates.
While you’re at it, you can also pick up some bevvys by their sister brand, Teanai. In addition to your usual Thai Milk Tea (S$4) and Thai Green Milk Tea (S$4.50), they also have a special Thai Pink Milk (S$4.50) that definitely looks worth a try. Made of Hale’s Blue Boy Salak Fruit Syrup that gives it its fruity finish, some might say it is reminiscent of strawberry milk.
As the buns are all freshly prepared by the loving hands of The Bun Club team, pre-order slots are open two weeks in advance before each following month until they are sold out. Delivery and self-collection options are available.
Order your buns here.
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