BreadTalk Buns Are Going For Only $1 On Their 18th Anniversary

Singapore’s very own BreadTalk is finally coming of age and turning 18 this month! Time really flies.

Anyway, the lovely creators of the pork floss bun hype in Singapore are celebrating their 18th anniversary with a few new additions to their signature product.

That’s not all, they’ll also be running a few promotions in July and August, where you can get their baked goods for $1!

Let’s not be lazy, read on for details.

What’s In Store In July

A New Flosss Flavour

BreadTalk has had many variations of their signature Flosss bun, with Wasabi Flosss, Sambal Chicken Flosss, and Black Pepper Crab Flosss.

Now, they’re introducing a new limited edition addition (say this quickly 10 times) – Golden Lava Flosss.

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Image Credit: BreadTalk

This new creation features ‘golden lava’ a.k.a salted egg filling and it’s topped with cereal floss, a local favourite in tze char stalls.

Imagine salted egg sauce with cereal floss. It sounds really good, to be honest. The Golden Lava Flosss will be available for 2 months, from 2 July to 2 September 2018.

What’s more, from 2 to 22 July 2018, mix and match any 6 flosss flavours at any BreadTalk outlet for just $8!

$1 Buns, Tea Cakes And Muffins

From 9 to 16 July 2018, you can purchase tea cakes, muffins and a selection of 18 types of buns for just $1 each, from 12pm onwards!

Some of the buns in the selection include the Butter Sugar Loaf, An Pan, Coffi-O, Croissant, and Pillow Raisin.

The promotion is valid while stocks last so don’t dilly dally!

If you miss this first round of $1 promotions, don’t worry. From 17 to 29 July 2018, purchase from the same selection of 18 buns – the first bun will go at its original price and you’ll get the 2nd bun for $1.

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Image Credit: BreadTalk

That’s not all, BreadTalk’s signature Hokkaido Snow Roll will retail for just $10.90 instead of the usual $15.80.

Also, do note that the July promotions will not be available at the following outlets: Citylink Mall, ION Orchard Link, Raffles City, Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore Cruise Centre, and Vivocity.

What’s In Store In August

BreadTalk Celebrates National Day

This year, BreadTalk is the principal partner of National Day Parade 2018, which means we’re getting new breads with locally-inspired flavours!

First up, the new Chilli Crab Puff ($2.20). No prizes for guessing what inspired this. Real crab meat is used in the chilli crab mixture that’s encased in flaky puff pastry, baked to perfection.

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Image Credit: BreadTalk

This sweet and spicy creation will be available in all BreadTalk outlets from 30 July to 19 August 2018 at $2.20 per puff, or get 4 at the promotional price of $8!

The next one is a Durian Mini Croissant ($1.50) that’s made with real Mao Shan Wang durians. Rich, bittersweet, and buttery. Get yours at all BreadTalk outlets from 30 July to 19 August 2018 at $1.50 per piece, or get 6 at the promotional price of $8.

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Image Credit: BreadTalk

While these 2 lead the charge, there are 8 other buns inspired by local hawker favourites.

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Image Credit: BreadTalk

Choose from the satay chicken and sambal shrimp-flavoured Bibi Baba, a coconut milk-infused kaya bun, Singashake, the spicy Rendang Pedas, Curry Chicken, Curry Naan, Ikan Bilis, Bak Kwa Delight, and Otah Oleh!

The prices range from $1.70 to $2.20.

Join BreadTalk as they celebrate their 18th Anniversary and National Day this July and August!

Also read Celebrate Food And Feast – Sentosa Holds A Grill Fest And BQQ With Outdoor Movies From Jul To Aug

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