11 Tanjong Katong Rd, Singapore 437157 #B1-29
$3 · Halal Certified · Bakery · Coffee Bun
Daily: 10:00AM - 10:00PM
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Rated 4.0/5.0 5 months ago
Very delicious, piping hot buns from the oven! They have options with caffeine and options without, so there’s something for everyone in the family. Good for a once-in-a-while indulgence. One star off because the price point is leaning towards the steep side, with buns being priced at $2.50-3.00 per piece.
Rated 5.0/5.0 a year ago
Hard to beat hot buns fresh from oven and this Rotiboy outlet is really baking! Along the outside edge of shops in the B1 food court level, it was my first time to try, although I was informed by the staff these are very popular in Malaysia. I tried the original Rotiboy coffee bun, lightly crispy on the outside and soft and sweet inside. I also tried the Buttermilkboy bun which was less sweet but baked equally nice. After trying them, I can see why they had queue tape lines set up and why they sell the buns in bunches. Staff was efficient and friendly.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
Freshly baked buns and tasted quite tasty. Interesting texture, crusty outer layer and soft core. Slightly on the expensive side. Best to be eaten fresh (ASAP). I couldn’t get my hands on the mocha bun; I guess it should be one of their best seller. Price list: Classic Rotiboy ($2.50 each, $11.50 for five), to other options, including a Buttermilk Bun ($3 each, $11 for four), Mocha Bun ($3 each, $11 for four), and Cheese Bun ($3 each, $11 for four).
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
The freshly made coffee bun are still that nice and smell so good compared to last time. However, Its restricted that I can only buy 5 original coffee by the staff, which is understandable as there was a long queue behind me. The mocha and cheese taste is also fantastic. However, the price is expensive, $11 for 4 special taste bun. Hope they can open more branches back here in Singapore and lower the price a little bit
Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago
Been missing this a lot when I used to work in KL would have it for breakfast like every alternate day. Sad to say the price here is 3 times more, and the quality still cannot be compared to the ones in Malaysia. I kinda feel the bun is somehow a bit bigger than the ones in Malaysia, and the buns are not as hot and crispy even as I was queuing there for walk in purchase. The taste is close but I don't feel it as exactly the same. However it still brings nostalgia back in the days when they have shops everywhere in Singapore.