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New Muslim-owned Artisanal Bakery-Cafe

From the creators of Ashes Burnnit food stand, Maison Sucree is a Muslim-owned artisanal bakery-cafe in Redhill which recently opened its doors in November 2020. Helmed by Executive Pastry Chef Elzuan Japar and Head Baker Tommy Lim, Maison Sucree lies tucked away within one innumerable HDB blocks near the Redhill Station, a mere stone’s throw away from the residential district’s neighborhood prata shop.

Easily distinguished by its vibrant blue exterior, Maison Sucree showcases dedicated spaces for a main bakery, indoor seating, and outdoor lounge areas. Renowned for their bestselling $3.50 Butter Croissants, Maison Sucree serves a variety of classic pastries and homemade bakes in a multitude of flavours.

(Left:Vanilla Mille-Feuille, Right: Lemon Meringue Tart)

Of their innumerable offerings, guests are encouraged to try the $7 signature Lemon Meringue Tart, $8 Vanilla Mille-Feuille, and the $4.50 Almond Croissant.

Complete with an array of limited edition seasonal bakes, Maison Sucree also serves an array of tea, cakes, and freshly baked buns for as little as $2!

Maison Sucree

Address: 63B Lengkok Bahru, #01-362, Singapore 152063

Operating Hours: (Tues-Sun) 11am – 8:30pm

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