Taiwan’s famous Wu Pao Chun bakery makes landfall in Singapore at Capitol Piazza

Red Wine Longan. Photo: Wu Pao Chun Singapore/Facebook
Red Wine Longan. Photo: Wu Pao Chun Singapore/Facebook

The latest in a long line of popular international brands making their debut in Singapore this year, Wu Pao Chun has brought its breads and baked goods to Capitol Piazza in a joint venture with the BreadTalk Group. Famous for its Lychee Rose Royale and Red Wine Longan ($20.80/loaf), the Taiwanese bakery, named after its founder, has been bustling since its opening on May 31.

But besides the two well-known wheat flour creations, which sold out within hours on the bakery’s first day, the brand offers regionally-inspired items at the store here as well. After multiple rounds of R&D, it’s come up with more than 10 varieties for customers in Singapore to try, including flavors like kopi, green curry, tom yum, and kaya.

Lychee Rose Royale. Photo: Wu Pao Chun Singapore/Facebook
Lychee Rose Royale. Photo: Wu Pao Chun Singapore/Facebook

After you’re done gazing into the open concept kitchen and watching the baking process, have a look around the store to try something different from, well, BreadTalk.

Other highlights include Satay Satay, consisting of satay chicken, mozzarella, roasted peanuts, and purple onion; Hainanese Chicken Fun, stuffed with boneless chicken, chili, and ginger paste; and Coffee-C, made of coffee beans, evaporated creamer, “coffee Mexico topping,” and roasted peanuts.

Plus, you can get pineapple cakes, French-style financiers, coffees, and teas to go with your carb-loading sesh.


Wu Pao Chun is at #01-19/20 Capitol Piazza, 13 Stamford Rd.

Daily 8:30am-9pm.
MRT: City Hall

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