Japanese Bakery In Singapore Has Cute Animal-Shaped Buns From $3 With Free Delivery

Japanese Bakery In Singapore Has Cute Animal-Shaped Buns From $3 With Free Delivery

Lifestyle Food
By Rachel on 01 Jun 2021
Senior Digital Editor

In times like these, it’s perfectly justifiable to turn to food for comfort. After all, with nowhere to go and nothing much to do at home, we can’t help but get the munchies - so eat away! For a snack that’s tasty, aesthetically pleasing, and affordably priced, try Asanoya Bakery Singapore’s adorable animal-shaped buns. They’re only $3 to $3.50 each, and come with free delivery!

P.S.: You'll also like these Korean-style 3D bear cakes!

Read on to find out more about Asanoya Bakery Singapore’s cute animal buns!

Asanoya Bakery Singapore animal breadPhoto from Asanoya Bakery Singapore

While Donq’s oozy uji matcha lava buns and Sweets Craftsman’s Mount Fuji cakes have recently gone viral, there’s another underrated Japanese boulangerie in Singapore you should check out: Asanoya Bakery. First opened in 1933 in Karuizawa, a town in Nagano, Japan, Asanoya started off serving foreign diplomats and the noble class. Today, the premium bakery has multiple outlets across Japan, and 3 branches in Singapore.

Asanoya Bakery Singapore turtle matcha panPhoto from Asanoya Bakery Singapore

They sell all sorts of breads and pastries including Hokkaido Cheese Tarts ($3), Croque Monsieur ($4.50), and classic An Pan ($2.60), and we can’t help but go gaga over their adorable animal-themed pans (breads)! The newest addition to the animal series is the savoury Asanoya Bunny ($3.20), which comes with a chicken cheese sausage.

Asanoya Bakery Singapore turtle matcha panPhoto from Asanoya Bakery Singapore

Matcha monsters should head straight for the Turtle Matcha Pan ($3), a milk bun with green tea biscuit crust that conveniently serves as the turtle’s shell. Expect this to have a crispy bite, much like a bo lo bun!

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Satiate your sweet tooth with the Lion Apple Pan ($3.50), filled with custard and apples from Japan. There’s also the Asanoya Panda ($3.50), a fluffy bun with a chocolate ganache centre.

Asanoya Bakery Singapore panda lion apple panPhoto from Asanoya Bakery Singapore

Another chocolatey confection is the Seal Bread ($3.50), made from sour cream dough and filled with chocolate ganache.

Asanoya Bakery Singapore seal breadPhoto from Asanoya Bakery Singapore

The best part is that there’s free delivery on GrabFood between 3pm to 5pm daily when you use the promo code “TEATIME”. Asanoya is also on foodpanda. Place your order here or visit their physical outlets located at Queen Street, Paragon (Orchard), and Bukit Timah.

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