Review of Bunnies Freshly Baked

Block 1, Park Road, People’s Park Complex, #01-66

Nearest Mass Rapid Transit Station: Chinatown MRT

Buses to People’s Park Complex: 2, 12, 33, 54, 63, 124, 143, 147

Opening Hours: 10:00 to 22:00 (Daily)

Queue: 1 to 3 people (Waiting Time: Less than 5 minutes)

Service: Fast and good

Environment: Clean but crowded hawker centre

Reputation: Traditional Singapore Bakery Products, Buns, Cakes, Egg Tarts and Muffins

Thoughts after eating: Fulfillment

Value for money: 75/100

Will I come back again in 6 months time? No, there are better alternatives

Every time I look at the stall name, I want to laugh. What do you mean by “bunnies freshly baked”? Do your stall sell rabbit meat? Animal rights activists should not panic because this stall sells traditional Singapore bakery products and buns. My mother and I have tried their chicken floss buns (2 for $1.60) and spicy shrimp buns (2 for $2.00).

Their buns were small sized and costly. I could get similar food items in Bedok, Kallang and Tampines for less than $3.00. The food was also not fragrant and well baked. Chicken floss should have been stuffed inside the buns. Spicy shrimp was addictive, delicious but too few in portions.

To sum up, their buns were good but small sized and slightly more expensive than hawker bakery products. The owners are strongly advised to add more food ingredients and increase the baking time for their buns. I will only recommend their food to bakery fans living near Chinatown as there are too many good bun alternatives throughout Singapore.

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Bunnies Freshly Baked (2 Chicken Floss Buns for $1.60 SGD and 2 Spicy Shrimp Buns for $2.00 SGD)

Bunnies Freshly Baked (2 Chicken Floss Buns for $1.60 SGD and 2 Spicy Shrimp Buns for $2.00 SGD)

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