With Good Friday and the Easter weekend just around the corner, we have searched high-and-low all over Singapore for these tasty Hot Cross Buns!
Marked with a cross on the top and commonly eaten on Good Friday, a hot cross bun is a spiced sweet bun traditionally made with dried fruits and raisins. However, as a multicultural nation who loves to eat, the hot cross buns found in Singapore comes in a variety of local-inspired flavours. Lucky enough for us, they taste damn good and we cannot get enough of these sizzling buns.
1. Artisan Boulangerie Co
Chocolate Orange Hot Cross Buns
First on the list we have the Chocolate Orange Hot Cross Bun from Artisan Boulangerie Co. Glazed with orange syrup (made by reducing orange juice and sugar), this is a more updated version of the traditional hot cross bun and is still very English taste-wise. You can also find huge chunks of melted chocolate chips in every bite!
Artisan Boulangerie Co 30 Raffles Place, #01-34 Chevron House Singapore 048622 more addressess Opening hours / Information: Monday to Friday: 8 am to 6 pm +65 6533 0801 email@example.com Facebook | Instagram | Website
2. Baker & Cook
Chocolate Chip Hot Cross Bun
There are two different flavours of hot cross buns available at Baker & Cook. You can choose between the traditional or the more popular Chocolate Chip Hot Cross Bun, or be like us and get both! We definitely prefer having the chocolate one and it’s almost like having chocolate flavoured bread but much denser.
Baker & Cook 80 Middle Road InterContinental Singapore Singapore 188966 more addressess Opening hours / Information: Monday to Friday: 8 am to 7 pm +65 6825 1502 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram | Website
Pandan Coconut Hot Cross Bun
This is one of the more local-inspired hot cross bun. Interestingly it tasted really good! The richness of the pandan is complimented by the refreshing crunch from the shredded coconut bits. A definite Singapore must-try!
Cedele 30 Raffles Place, #02-34/35 Chevron House Singapore 048622 more addressess Opening hours / Information: Monday to Friday: 8 am to 8 pm +65 6536 3528 email@example.com Facebook | Instagram | Website
4. Goodwood Park Hotel
Classic Hot Cross Bun
Goodwood Park is known for their durian this, durian that and durian everything. Sadly, there isn’t a durian hot cross bun. However, if they do have durian hot cross bun, it will definitely stand out and do very well. Having said that, the Classic Hot Cross Bun is by far of the best quality, moist and sweet in every bite.
P.s. Dear Goodwood Park Hotel, we like to reserve a dozen durian hot cross buns should you decide to sell that at your deli one day. Many thanks in advance.
Goodwood Park Hotel 22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221 Opening hours / Information: Daily: 9 am to 9 pm +65 6730 1786 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram | Website
5. Joe & Dough
Salted Egg Yolk Hot Cross Bun
Taking Singapore by storm is this charcoal-coloured Salted Egg Yolk Hot Cross Bun. Ooziness of the salted egg yolk is off the charts. You can expect it to drip everywhere as soon as you bite into it. A messy and yet very satisfying hot cross bun.
Joe & Dough 168 Robinson Road, Level 36 Captial Tower Singapore 068912 more addressess Opening hours / Information: Monday to Friday: 7.30 am to 7 pm +65 6327 9192 email@example.com Facebook | Instagram | Website
6. Swiss Bake
Banana Walnut Hot Cross Bun
Lastly, we have the Banana Walnut Hot Cross Bun from Swiss Bake. For people who have had banana bread before, you will find the taste somewhat similar but more texture from the overwhelming walnut bits. Go bananas and nuts over these buns and don’t forget to have a great Easter weekend!
Swiss Bake 23 Serangoon Central, #02-14 Nex Singapore 068912 more addressess Opening hours / Information: Dailt: 9 am to 10 pm +65 6634 4427 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Website