Kind of agree with what you say. The stuff they sell are a bit overpriced and nothing special. Think Singaporeans are attracted to Breadtalk because it is refreshing and all the bread have got fancy names. Not sure whether interest is sustainable.
I only came to know of Bread Talk last time I came back for holidays. Indeed, its something refreshing as to compared with the old timers like Bengawan Solo, etc. I thought the floss bread tasted alright. I see people buying them by the tray loads(literally). I also saw some other confectionaries coming out with their own version of the floss bread.
Yeah, I kinda agree that their bread are not that much more special than others. I actually prefer Four Leaves(at Daimaru).
heheh i like dim sum too....
anyway really can't find the justification of spending 1 plus on a piece of bread. imagine buying 2, can use the money to buy a decent meal liao.
btw can anyone confirm whether this thur breadtalk is halving their prices? tot i'd tell this to my breadtalk siao fren if its really true hehe
> > > BREADTALK is having 50% off storewide this coming thursday, 29/8
> > >
> > > The bread boutique that has taken Singapore by storm will celebrate
> > > cutting price by half. It was voted Most Popular Brand in Singapore by
> > > Lianhe Zaobao readers. This is to thank Singaporean for their
> > >
> > So, hurry down to BREADTALK this Thursday.