Thursday, 22 March 2012

Joo Guan Traditional Bread 裕源传统面包店 @ Lorong Ismail, Kulai, Johor

Joo Guan Traditional Bread 裕源传统面包店@ Lorong Ismail, Kulai

This bread stall has been operated since 60's. The family business is inherent by 2nd generation hainanese. Every evening, the fragrance of fresh-baked bread spreading in the sphere. The hand-manufacturing process has been replaced by machines, but the owner insists no preservatives in the bread.  The owner told us the best way to consume the bread is to dip the plain bread into boiled water after 4 hours the bread baked. 



White whole bread  RM2.50 





Kaya (Coconut Jam)  RM2.50


Address : Joo Guan Traditional Bread 裕源传统面包
Lorong Ismail, Taman Kulai,
 81000 Kulai, Johor
GPS : N01 39.607'  E103 36.127'

Business Hour : 6pm till sold out
(open in morning while stock last)


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20 comments:

  1. Bread~ Taste so good when it is hot!

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    1. @meitzeu Ya.. when hot is soft...But when it cold afterward, the bread will not hard as other commercial brand bread!

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  2. old fashion breads. loved them with some kaya and butter:D

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    1. yesh!! agreed to max weyy! :D

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    2. @missyblurkit Haha.. Hardly to find this old fashion breads now.. especially the best one..

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    3. @xueren Haha.. U like it?

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  3. I bet it smells so nice when u were there!

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    1. @merryn the smell of fresh breads is extremely good!

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  4. I have made some strawberries jam...would go well with the bread...yumm

    > kathy

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    1. @smallkucing Ya.. agree that.. I purposely buy their premium home-made kaya from there d..

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  5. I remember purposely walked pass the shop @ Singapore just to smell those fresh baked bread. Always get them whenever I come back home :D

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    1. @Nath LOL.. purposely passed by?

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  6. Big loaf of bread for only RM 2.50, cheap wor but can finish before the expired date?

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    1. @choiyen Ya..the price is normal if compare to brand commercial bread.. The soft bread never stop u from eating more.. imagine how fast I finish it..

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  7. dip into boiled water for 4 hours?? wow that's long. i hope they have more varieties too

    Latest: Anything IS Food!

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    1. @fish They famous for their loaf bread.. Is plain but good!

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  8. It ain't easy finding this type of traditional shops in S'pore. This is priceless :)

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    1. @blackswan That day I watch a S'pore food program. They have intro one of its.. But i forgot where is it..

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