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Thai Baang Is Opening A New Outlet In Paya Lebar, Has Fluffy Thai-Style Bakes, Mochi Bread And More

14th April 2023

Thai Baang is opening a new outlet in Paya Lebar 

Said to be the first Thai-style bakery in Singapore, Thai Baang is a pretty popular bakery with exceptionally soft and fluffy bakes at affordable prices. Last year, they expanded to a second outlet in Holland Village, on top of their OG Lavender branch. Now, they’ve just announced a third outlet in SingPost Central right next to Paya Lebar MRT Station, which is set to open in May 2023!  

Thai Baàng - Shopfront

If you’ve never heard of this gem, Thai Baang was opened by owner Jovi in 2017, after stumbling upon a traditional bakery in Thailand that inspired her to master Thai bread making. Thai Baang has come a long way since then, and so has the quality of their bakes that are still baked fresh in store every day.

Thai Baàng - Tomyum close up

You can expect their new outlet to carry crowd favourites, such as their Banana Chocolate Bread ($7.80), which is a whole loaf of layered chocolate and banana bread that has just the right amount of sweetness, as well as the Tomyum Chicken Bread ($2.40), with a spicy, chicken based filling. 

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thai baang mochi bread
Image credit: @muchmunchh

They also have a spread of popular Mochi Breads ($3.50), with black sesame, red bean, yam floss, and peanut fillings encased in a soft bun alongside some soft and chewy mochi. 

thai baang melon butter bun
Image credit: @thaibaang

Anticipate new bakes at the outlet as well, such as their Melon Butter Buns ($3.50), that has a huge slab of butter sandwiched within a thick, fluffy bun with a crispy, criss-crossed top dusted with sugar.

Opening hours haven’t been announced just yet, but we’ll update with more information as it comes! 

In other news, Swish Rolls has rolled out a new mochi egg tart croissant at their pop-up store in Paragon! And if you’re a banana cake enthusiast, hawker stall Cat In The Hat has a great spiced banana cake and more from just $2. 

Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, #B1-136, SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
Opening hours: TBC
Thai Baang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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