Posted in Bakeries, Sibu

Bakelicious Bakery

White bread

The first thing I noticed about their white bread was the crinkly crust. It makes a nice change – rather aesthetically pleasing. As of December 2016 a loaf costs RM3. The slices are small and thin, and very square.
In terms of taste it is nothing out of the ordinary: pleasant enough, but nothing more and nothing less than what you would expect from a loaf of bread.

Red bean bun

These cost RM 2.80 for a pack of six (Dec 2016). In terms of size they fit in the palm quite nicely.

The buns are soft and light, ideal for a quick snack but a little bland. (Or perhaps it is my preconception of red bean buns as a sweet, high-sugar guilty-pleasure food that leads me to this conclusion.)

The red bean filling is not very sweet (which I suppose makes a nice change once in a while) and its texture is a little grainy. There are whole adzuki beans in the mix. It is the sort of filling that I would choose to eat without the bun, in lieu of rice/potatoes at lunch or dinner.

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