Bakery shop at Tampines provides free bread reheating service for customers – Mothership.SG

Adella Miesner

Breads don’t taste as good when they get cold. One bakery shop at Tampines definitely believes so, and decided to act on it. Table of Contents Free reheating serviceBreads can get cold in the evening Free reheating service The “Your” bread shop at Tampines provides a free reheating service so […]

Breads don’t taste as good when they get cold.

One bakery shop at Tampines definitely believes so, and decided to act on it.

Free reheating service

The “Your” bread shop at Tampines provides a free reheating service so customers will always be able to enjoy hot, delicious bread.

It is located at Block 602A, Tampines Avenue 9 (Singapore 521602), right beside a Sheng Siong supermarket.

Photo by Syahindah Ishak.

The shop sells a variety of breads, cakes, pastries, and waffles.

It also has bottled drinks.

Photo by Syahindah Ishak.

At the entrance of the shop, a notice can be spotted, stating:

“Dear Customer hot bread is more delicious!!! We provided free service reheating hot bread to who is eating within 5 min, please do not hesitate to inform us if need it. (sic)”

Photo by Syahindah Ishak.

Photo by Syahindah Ishak.

Breads can get cold in the evening

When Mothership visited the shop at around 5:30pm on Monday (Sep. 28), a worker said that most of the breads get quite cold around evening, and is no longer as delicious.

This is also the time where a lot of people are returning home from work and might feel a little peckish.

Most of them would immediately eat their bread right after purchasing it, the worker said.

She explained that customers can just request to reheat the bread while at the cashier. The staff will then reheat it for them.

Simple gesture, but means a whole lot.

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Top images by Syahindah Ishak.

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