Previously known as Baker’s Inn, Bakerzin started out in 1998 as a modest patisserie located off Sembawang Road in Singapore, dealing with wholesale orders and supplying French bread and pastries to restaurants and hotels.
In 2000, Bakerzin opened their first boutique cafe, serving up their signature collection of sweet treats, desserts and savoury dishes, earning rave reviews from customers.
Since then, Bakerzin have steadily grew into a chain of nine outlets in Singapore and five outlets in Indonesia. Customers are also able to place orders online through their official website.
With their cafes in operation for 14 years, Bakerzin has been able to maintain their food quality and roll out new, exquisite items on their menu each year.
Check out these items from their 2014 menu which I tried at their outlet at MyVillage in Serangoon Garden:
The food looks delicious don’t they? The Chocolate Amer was a delight for me. I usually do not like strawberry cakes as I often find them too sweet, but Bakerzin’s signature Strawberry Shortcake has a good balance of fruity flavour and subtle sweetness.
For the savoury dishes, the prawn wrap was a surprise, with a little crunch from the crispy bacon, yet filled with greens and other good stuff.
Diners usually experience a drop in food quality when a restaurants expand into a chain. For Bakerzin, they have done a good job keeping up the dining experience.
If you are interested to visit Bakerzin, visit their official website for the addresses of all their outlets or here’s the address to their outlet at MyVillage in Serangoon Garden:
Tel: 6634 5638
1 Maju Avenue
Mon-Thu: 11am – 10pm
Fri: 11am – 11pm
Sat & Eve of PH: 10:30am – 11pm
Sun & PH: 10:30am – 10pm