A good Japanese bakery in Singapore, Pullman Bakery, has two locations to choose from, one at 100 AM (100 Tras Street) and another within Millenia Walk (9 Raffles Boulevard).
The bakery was founded in 1978 in Hokkaido, Japan, by Mr. Kazuomi Tachihara, who became internationally famous in 1995-1996 for winning the Japanese TV baking show called “TV Champion” 2 years in a row.
Name of the bakery is a homage to the ingenuity used by the American Pullman rail company during the late 19th century, for the innovative baking methods used in the small onboard kitchens.
All the baked products – from customer favorite buns to breads – at the outlets are made with nothing but the freshest ingredients, including flour, potatoes, and onions that are locally grown and produced in Hokkaido, Japan, then directly imported to Singapore.
To maximise the flavours from using these strictly sourced ingredients, including homemade yeast, all of the bakery’s variety handmade breads, a range of more than 100 kinds, with highlights such as Apple Bread and Curry Bread, are prepared from proprietary recipes.
Categories on the bakery shop menu, with the foods available for delivery via GrabFood, include Breads, Donuts, Signatures, Savoury Breads, Danish Pastries, Euro Breads, Cookies, Toast Sets…
…Hot Dogs, Hot Sandwiches, Soups, Meiji Milk, Beverages, Coffee Beans, Jams, Toast Breads, as well as Cold Sandwiches.
Pullman Bakery Locations & Opening Hours – Japanese Bakery in Singapore
100 Tras Street, #01-03, 100 AM
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-10pm, Saturday-Sunday 8:30am-10pm
9 Raffles Blvd, #01-97/98, Millenia Walk
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-9:30pm, Saturday-Sunday 8:30am-9:30pm
One of the best sources for Pullman Bakery Japanese bakery in Singapore is their official website, which is mostly in Japanese, however.
The official website contains details about the bakery’s popular products, the founder and the company, and more.