“Dirty” Bread: The Latest Food Trend To Hit Singapore And 5 Places To Get Them

Messy eaters rejoice!

Have you ever associated the word "dirty" with breads? Well, a new food trend of "dirty" breads is all about that. Believed to have originated from Beijing, China, the name refers to how your face will look after biting into the bun, which is dusted with toppings ranging from matcha to chocolate.

Local bakeries and cafes have jumped on the messy bandwagon, and we tracked them down so you know where to go to get down and dirty.

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2. Keong Saik Bakery

Keong Saik Bakery’s renditions are available in chocolate ($4) and matcha ($4.50). According to the bakery’s Instagram post, the breads are limited in quantity so it’s best to reserve them in advance before popping by.

41 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 08914

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