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These Incredible Halal Choux Pastries & Hot Buns At East Village Are The Perfect Desserts To End Off Your Meal

There’s nothing like ending off a delicious meal with a sweet treat. If desserts are up your alley, Boms & Buns is just the spot to head to. Serving incredible Choux Pastries and Hot Buns, this halal-established bakery is definitely a must-try spot!

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Hidden Gem At East Village: Boms & Buns

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The journey certainly didn’t start easy for Boms & Buns. Owned by Syarif and his wife, Malaque, they opened right before the circuit breaker in 2020, forcing them to cease operations after only two weeks. However, they prevailed through those tough times and are now selling over 1000 Choux Pastries daily, a true testament to how far they’ve come.

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Their central kitchen is located a few shops down from their bakery shop, with baking commencing from 8am to 11am daily. Juggling between baking for advance orders and walk-in customers, Boms & Buns continues to ensure all of their customers enjoy the freshest of bakes.

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Offering six types of Choux Pastries and five types of Hot Buns, they have gone through vigorous R&D, curating bakes with unique and local twists like their Kaya Butter and Susu Keju. They also have seasonal offerings – Strawberry Yuzu Choux Pastry, Chouquette Tart, and Cereal Prawn Bun, just to name a few.

Box Of Five Assorted Choux Pastries ($22)

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If you’re spoiled for choice, the Box of 5 Assorted Choux Pastries ($22) will ease your headache. Each box consists of Susu Keju, Vanilla Salted Caramel, Earl Grey Blueberry Lemon, Kaya Butter, and Nutella. Alternatively, you can purchase them individually as well. The pastries are fluffy and airy, with the individual fillings making them so much more delicious. Do check out their Biscoff S’mores Choux Pastry ($4.90) as well.

1. Susu Keju ($4.90)

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Meaning milk and cheese, the milky cream cheese filling primarily serves as the sweet element, blending well with the salty cheddar cheese for a good balance of flavours. Additionally, the creamy filling and cheddar cheese add a nice contrast of textures.

2. Vanilla Salted Caramel ($4.60)

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This truly came as a surprise as we would typically expect salted caramel to be really sweet and overpowering. However, the caramel here is absolutely spot on. It has the right balance of sweet and salty and pairs perfectly with the flavour of the vanilla.

3. Earl Grey Blueberry Lemon ($5)

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A worthy choice for fans of sour flavours, the earl grey custard takes a back seat, only coming through at the start followed by an aftertaste. The lemon curd though the most prominent is well-balanced while the blueberries give a delightful layer of tartness to each bite.

4. Kaya Butter ($4.20) & 5. Nutella ($4.20)

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If you prefer sticking to the classics, the Kaya Butter is everything you expect from kaya toast – the perfect blend of sweet and salty while the Nutella will hit the spot for chocolate lovers.

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Hot Buns: Buntastic Box ($10)

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For Hot Buns, the Buntastic Box ($10) offers the best of both worlds – Sticky Pecan Bun and Chocolate Hazelnut Bun. You can also purchase them individually at $5.50 each. Other flavours include Garlic Cheese Bun ($4.60), Cinnamon Bun ($5), and their seasonal bun, the Kunefe Brioche Bun ($5.60)

1. Choco Hazelnut Bun ($5.50)

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If you love Ferrero Rocher, we’re certain you’ll love this. The hazelnut cream and crushed hazelnuts make this sweet treat reminiscent of the beloved chocolate. It does however overpower the cinnamon and is best shared as it gets a tad jelak after a few bites.

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2. Sticky Pecan Bun ($5.50)

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For something more classic, the caramelized pecans add a pleasant layer of sweetness and nuttiness while giving a contrasting crunch to the soft and fluffy bread. For fans of cinnamon, we recommend opting for this as the flavour of the cinnamon is more pronounced compared to the Choco Hazelnut Bun.

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Hurry Try Boms & Buns Today!

Overall, the Choux Pastries at Boms & Buns are definitely a must-try. On top of that, East Village has plenty of small eateries for you to enjoy a meal before heading over for some awesome desserts. We advice heading down in a group to try out all their delicious bakes. Hurry down and check them out today!

Address: East Village, 430 Upper Changi Road, #01-54, Singapore 487048

Operating Hours

  • Tues to Fri : 12pm to 8pm
  • Sat & Sun : 1pm to 8pm

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For more incredible bakes, check out Kiroi Cheesecake at Bukit Merah!

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