Jenny Bakery is coming to Singapore – Hong Kong’s Best Butter Cookies
[UPDATE] Jenny Bakery have opened a shop in at Blk 422, Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #01-2534, Singapore 560422. Operating Hours: 11am – 8pm (Tues – Sat), 12pm – 6pm (Sun, PH), Closed Mon
You can even order cookies online on their website.
Jenny Bakery from Hong Kong, is in Singapore Now!
Jenny Bakery, the home-grown butter cookie phenomenon in Hong Kong, is a familiar brand to locals and tourists alike. Jenny Bakery originally opened in Stanley in 2005 as a normal bakery, but soon started focusing on its highly successful cookies. I remember a time not so long ago, when it was possible to just walk into the bakery any time just to get a tin or two. But now, long lines are forming at every Jenny bakery outlet and it is almost impossible to get the cookies (unless you queue for hours).
During my last time to Hong Kong, I kinda give up already. We tried two Jenny bakery outlets but came out empty handed. So when Jenny Bakery contacted me and told me they are coming to Singapore, I was jumping with joy! “ARE YOU SURE? ARE YOU SURE?” That was my first question when we spoke on the phone.
YES, IT’S CONFIRMED! I have seen it in Jenny cookies website to double confirm my query. JENNY BAKERY IS COMING TO SINGAPORE! WOOHOO! If you’ve been to Junction 8 these few days, you probably have seen how crazy the crowd is at their pop-up store. The snake queue is never ending. Just like yesterday, the queue started forming at 4.30pm when the sale only starts at 7pm. And by 6.30pm, they have already hit the stock quota. IT’S CRAZY!
At Junction 8 pop-up store, they only brought in 4 Mix Butter Cookies in small and large tins. The four flavours include flower, coffee, shortbread and raisin oats. Jenny Bakery’s cookies are buttery and full of flavour, yet made with natural ingredients and without artificial flavoring or preservatives.
I love The Butter and Coffee cookies are my all-time favourites because these cookies literally melt in your mouth. These are still the best butter cookies I have ever tried. Very addictive! Rest assure that the cookies you have bought in Singapore at freshly made as Lawrence paid for special cargo to fly the cookies in, hence it still keeps its shape and is good for consumption for about a month.
IT’S CONFIRMED! Jenny Bakery is looking for an ideal space to open their first shop in Singapore. And I was told that it will happen before Christmas! Jenny Bakery Singapore is currently having a pop-up booth at Junction 8 atrium (Level 2) till 27 Sep 2015. They have limited stock, so if you wish to get a tin or two, please go earlier to queue. P/S Each person can only buy 1 large and 1 small tin.
EXCLUSIVE TO MISSTAMCHIAK.COM
If you were unable to get the cookies from Junction 8, here is your last chance! Thank you Jenny Bakery Singapore, 10 readers will each walk away with a small tin of 4 Mix Butter Cookies for free!
Terms & Conditions:
1. Closing date: 26 September 2015, 12pm.
2. Limit to one winner per household.
3. Winners MUST collect from me on 28th September (Monday) evening in Ang Mo Kio. If you are unable to do so, I will have to do a repick.
GIVEAWAY CLOSED. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 10 WINNERS:
1. Sandra Pang
2. Wong Wing Yan
3. Lim Jia Hui
4. Calista Ng
5. Clara Tan
6. Jayne Wong
7. Tan Yan Tong
8. Ng Qi Yan
9. Chua Shu Fen
10. Jessie Goh