Lover of many pains (and puns), Pann has a hard time picking his favourite bread and lists kaya toast, brioches and doughnuts among his beloaveds.
Forget the fancy bakes with their fancy names. Astri likes it simple. Doesn’t matter if it’s homemade or served as airplane food, a slice of bread with butter and strawberry jam is all it takes to leave a big smile on her face.
Cheryl’s all-time fav is the mashed potato nachos cheese bun, which got raised eyebrows from the rest of us. Despite that, she swears by the carb-in-carb choice and highly recommends everyone to try it from Barcook Bakery.
The red bean butter bun is Gian’s top dough of choice in spite of his initial suspicions of the odd combination. He even claims it’s better than the legendary kaya-butter pairing. But we have our suspicions about that.
When it comes to bread, an egg sandwich from a Japan conbini is easily Cat’s go-to to-go choice. Whether it’s from Lawson, 7-11 or Family Mart, she doesn’t discriminate and loves them all for their pillowy soft bread and oh-so-eggy eggs.
He’s found the one that adds flavour and spice to his life. The one that truly completes him. That’s the garlic butter naan. Carb-conscious as Derek may be, a glimpse of the traditional tandoor is sure to make him cave in to his naan-stop cravings.
Cresh likes burger buns. Especially when they come with cheese and a beef patty. In other words, her favourite “bread” is really a cheeseburger. Well played, Cresh. Very well played…
If you’re reading this McDonald’s, Leng has a message for you: “Please bring back the Sausage Biscuit to Singapore!” This breakfast biscuit fan just can’t resist its savoury buttery flavour and the way it crumbles in the mouth.
Serving up a sweet-savoury kick and a satisfying crunch, chocolate-dipped croissants rank at the top of Kos’ list. But the croissant connoisseur doesn’t think he’s found the best one to date and is still on the hunt for the ultimate chocolate croissant.
For Jenn, the kaya toast reigns supreme. Those from the usual chains are great. But it’s the ones with thick fluffy buns that she has a real soft spot for. Since the kopitiam opposite the office added it to the menu, we’ve not seen her eat anything else.
CY likes a classic grilled cheese sandwich as it’s an easy meal to make. Yet he follows up by saying that he rarely ever makes it himself, which leaves us scratching our heads. According to him, the best GCS can be found in Thailand’s 7-11s.
Fely’s love for banana bread stems from childhood memories of enjoying it with her grandparents whenever she visited them in Manila. We’re still doubtful if banana bread counts as a bread. But with such a sweet story, we’ll let her off on this one.
Shaun’s top bread pick is a mantou decadently dipped in condensed milk. Or so he says at first. Worrying that he may come across as a weirdo, he later confesses that nothing beats chomping on a plain loaf of bread.