Good news, people of Redhill. A new artisan bakery by the good folks behind Ashes SG has opened to steer your hearts away from white bread.
According to this Instagram post, the gourmet hawker burger makers announced that they are opening their own bakery, called Maison Sucree, very soon.
The shop is located at the void deck of 63B Lengkok Bahru, and is also Muslim-owned, according to Ashes SG.
Soft launch promotions
The bakery — which is a 5-minute walk from Redhill MRT station — did a quiet soft launch last week with a promotion of their premium tarts. Quick-footed customers got first dibs of these tarts at a sweet price: three for S$20.
The flavours on offer were Lemon meringue, Chocolate salted caramel and Blueberry tarts.
Croissants were also going at a promotional price of S$3.50 each as part of the soft launch.
Aside from tarts and croissants, it seems like Maison Sucree will also have a focus on artisan breads, a rarity in the heartlands.
No official opening date yet
At the time of publishing, the bakery seems to still be in its soft launch phase, and an official opening date is still under wraps.
But when it does open, Redhill residents and croissant connoisseurs islandwide can look forward to an array of baked goods that are typically inaccessible in neighbourhood bakeries where waffles and buns reign supreme.
For those of you who prefer meat with your carbs, head over to Ashes instead for your gourmet burger fix at an affordable price. Check out their latest outlet in Bedok.
Note that their Golden Mile outlet is temporarily closed for renovations.
In the mean time, follow Maison Sucree on Instagram so that you’ll get notified of their updates.