You can find Breadsense outlets opposite Wisma Sanyan, near Delta Mall and at a few other locations. Breadsense is altogether not very impressive. The food is mediocre at best, but one has to give them points for generally being quite well-stocked. The fact that the ingredients are listed under the prices is also a (small) plus point.
This is really the only thing that I would go for here. I would not say that their soy milk is particularly any good, but if I only need to fork out a ringgit to be able to have a quiet corner to sit and relax for the duration of the library’s lunch hour, then I am willing to do so. It tastes a bit powdery and it is usually cold by lunchtime but the cups are just too adorable!
I have only had the veggie bun and the red bean bun, but I was not impressed by either. They are average; edible but not a must-have. For those prices and quality, I’d much rather stop by the bakery opposite SMK Sacred Heart where the buns cost only 50 cents.
Mini buns, assorted flavours
They have got red bean, kaya, butter, butterscotch and garlic.They are nothing special but they do only cost 70 cents each so I suppose they are alright for a quick cheap meal. There is a little girl who often comes in with her grandfather after school; she seems to have a penchant for the butter buns.
Sweet fried dough twists
Their “fried dough twists” come in two sizes. The larger ones come in bags of RM5.50 (Jan 2017). The miniature version pictured above come in cute little jars of 15. They were RM2.50 when I first bought some in December 2016 but they are now RM3.00 (Jan 2017).
These are actually quite promising. They are not oily and have a nice crunch to them.