Four Leaves

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A April 17, 2012
 
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soft, nutritious & fresh from the oven
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
Four leaves bakery is one of my most favourite bakery. Not only the tastes are good, the ingredients used contains high nutrients and fibre, it’s a good choice for all and health conscious consumers.

There are various range of pastries. Among them, the assorted mini buns are consider the most popular range. Prices are also reasonable. 1 costs 70cts, any 3 cost $1.95 & any 5 cost only $2.95. The more you buy, the cheaper it costs.

I like most of the assorted mini buns, especially ‘coffee’, ‘pepper sausage’, ‘pizza’, ‘chicken ham’ & ‘tuna’ are all my favourites. The coffee bun reminds me of the shape of UFO & the former ‘roti boy’. The coffee bun is coated with a fluffy layer, and inside is butter filing. I realized sometimes there is no butter filing and a bit dry inside. Somehow, their standard is not constant and also depend on which outlet you visit.

The white bread is also extremely fresh and soft. The quality is good and fresh that it can consume up to a week+. (keep in fridge) I would recommend their ‘Hi Cal’ white bread & ‘milk bread’ which are calcium enriched. Others include, ‘walnut slice’, ‘walnut clover’, ‘cranberry slice’ & ‘cranberry clover’ are highly recommended too.

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Average Spent Per Person:
3
Best Part:
mini assorted bun, walnut/cranberry bread, Hi Cal white/milk bread,
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Nice bread!
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4.5
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4.5
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4.5
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4.0
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4.5
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4.5
I would say that Four Leaves is on par with Breadtalk. Their have quite a decent variety, although not so much as the Breadtalk. Their prices are quite affordable as well. I have a bakery store in my school that sells products from Four Leaves. For example, a bread the size of 2 of my palms would cost about $1.70 while a sugar donut costs $0.95. They also have special bakery products like Dorayaki ( My favourite ) for just $1. So on the days that I'm trying to save up, I would purchase a bread or two from Four Leaves and call it a day.

Their baked goods are also very soft and moist. They are just the right texture and flavor. I enjoy the breads from Four Leaves better than Breadtalk. I have never bought something from Four Leaves that tasted bad before.

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Coco Exotic is one of the best chocolate cakes I’ve had.
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4.5
It’s not uncommon to see people walking around with “Four Leaves” plastic bags. There was once I counted, and within a span of 15 minutes I spotted 4 people. I was nowhere near a Four Leaves, that’s how well-patronised it is.

It’s popular for good reason too! With bread that go for an average of $1.20 per piece, the bread is cheap and satisfying. However, the true stars of the bakery are their cakes. My absolute favorite is their Coco Exotic cake. With a praline base and a rich, chocolate-y top layer complete with hazelnut notes, it’s an absolute delight that you wouldn’t expect to find at only $4.10 per piece.

The strawberry shortcake is another popular item. It is light and pleasant, not cloyingly sweet like typical shortcakes. For cakes and buns at cheap prices which do not compromise on quality, Four Leaves is the way to go!
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Four stars for Four Leaves
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4.0
Four Leaves had always been a part of my childhood - well, it actually still is a significant part of my life. The buns and cakes I’ve enjoyed as a kid still exist today, and still taste equally good.

My sweet tooth hasn’t changed at all, with my absolute favourite being the Twisty, a chocolate and vanilla twisted bread covered with icing sugar. It was one of the buns my mum would bring home after work for me to have it for breakfast, and it took mega willpower for me to resist eating them until the next morning. Four Leave’s Strawberry Shortcake is my all-time favourite cake as well, a cake I definitely would have for all my birthdays.

The usual buns such as the Hotdog Bun and Chicken Floss Bread are staple in every bakery, and Four Leaves does them well. The smell of baking bread is so tantalizing every time I walk past Four Leaves on my way to school, I could only wish they opened earlier!
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Sugary donuts and tasty buns at a really affordable price
(Updated: January 19, 2016)
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4.0
Rushing to have breakfast on a school day isn’t something foreign to many students out there. Cereal and milk takes too long, and whipping up something is out of the question for grumpy morning people like me. Four Leaves bread has been my breakfast companion for all those rushed mornings, and they are enough to keep my tummy filled.

My favourite is the sugar chocolate donut rolls. Not failing its name, these chocolate flavoured donuts are generously powdered with icing sugar, and every bite is a sugary explosion. The donut itself is soft and slightly chewy. Their tuna buns are also worth getting - they are really tasty and the tuna seems fresh. The strands of onions irk me though, they give a crunch which in my opinion, disrupts the soft texture of the whole bun.

Four Leaves also have sales where you can buy more to get a greater discount. It’s really affordable and those old cashier aunties are always really friendly. If you get something from Four Leaves, request for them to package your buns in one plastic bag to save the environment!
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Belgian waffles and cheese sticks!
(Updated: November 20, 2012)
Overall Score 
 
4.0
If you happened to buy bread from Four Leaves, make sure you pick the Belgian waffles! It also comes in chocolate. I like chocolate but I got tired of the taste after a couple bites. So personally, I prefer the original one. The cheese sticks are also one of my personal favorites. Soft and tender, they smell great! For the Mini Breads, it's recommended to buy 5 pieces.

The cakes were heavenly as well. They are so sweet that it will send the sweet tooth in you right to the moon! Oreo and cheese lovers should try the Oreo Cheese Cake. A 15cm cake can costs about $28. The novelty cakes were pretty impressive as well. Little girls will love the Snowie and Friends aka Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. I can't say the same for the cartoon cakes though. They look pretty ordinary, nothing unique about them.

Same goes for the special occasions and zodiac cakes. In my opinion, Four Leaves' Classic Cakes are the best.

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Love the Pork Floss Buns
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4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
3.5
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1.5
Service 
 
2.5
Value 
 
2.0
Overall Score 
 
4.0
I patronise Four Leaves the Tiong Bahru outlet every sunday and would almost always buy the pork floss buns. They are small and fluffy and feels like eating "air", not really value for money but nevertheless i love their texture.

At Takashimaya outlet, there is the brownie which i love too. I'm particular about brownie being not too hard nor too small and that it does not break into bits easily when bitten. Theirs prove just the type i like!

I notice that the variety of buns and their prices differ from outlet to outlet. The outlet at Takashimaya has many more variety of buns than other outlets. (Maybe it is St Leavens and not Four Leaves.) It would be good if the flavours at St Leavens could be introduced to Four Leaves too!
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My all-time favourite bakery
Overall Score 
 
4.0
The competition among bakeries in Singapore today is intense, with many small $1 bread shops popping up in the heartlands. Four Leaves has been around way before this trend started, and still holds its own as an old-timer among a crowd of start-ups.

Most of their breads cost between $1 to $2, but you get superb quality. They use premium ingredients and minimize the use of butter so their breads are not so oily. The greatest example of this is their Walnut Raisin Croissant Bread. You can tell from the first bite that their walnuts are fresh from their crispness.

My favourite item at Four Leaves is their strawberry shortcake. They cover the cake in a very light fresh cream that does not use butter, so instead of the oily feeling you get when eating other cakes, this cream on this cake just leave you yearning for more.
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One of Singapore’s oldest bread
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4.0
Four Leaves, alongside Breaktalk, were one of the first bakeries to open in Singapore. They serve flavours spanning from the traditional red bean bread to more avant-garde flavours such as chocolate raisin. On average, a bread from Four Leaves costs $1.50, an extremely affordable snack!

I love the red bean walnut bread from Four Leaves as the bread is very soft and they are extremely generous with their red bean and walnuts. Moreover, the crust of the bread is covered in sesame seeds to give it the extra crunch!

Four leaves is my usual go-to for breakfast. Given its ubiquity, it is extremely convenient and there is nothing I don’t love about Four Leaves! Perhaps a suggestion is that they should serve coffee alongside bread.
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Chocolate cookies and chicken salad!
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4.0
Food / Beverage 
 
5.0
Ambience 
 
2.5
Service 
 
4.0
Value 
 
5.0
Overall Score 
 
4.0
Every student in the polytechinic would be full of compliments for this bakery shop, with its wide selection of bread, toast, cakes, cookies, and potato or chicken salad! These is one of the spots that every student would go to, when there are long queues in the caferterias, or when we just need a quick bite to get on with our revision. The great part of it is, the ingredients used by the bakery is pretty fresh and its combinations is delicious

I simply love all of the sandwhich selections that is available there, from the classic to the specials. The bread is toasted well and the ingredients are given in generous amount, so they are definitly value for money. One sandwich would be able to last an average person for up to 2 hours. In addition, there is the Chicken salad, which consists of lettuce, egg and tomatoes, along with baked teriyaki chicken (including mayo or thousand island sauce). It is one of my favourite! The cold potato salad is all right, but too salty for my liking.

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Average Spent Per Person:
0
Best Part:
Teriyaki Chicken Salad
Branch Location:
Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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