About the Company:
Bakery Brera offers freshly baked artisan breads and a delectable range of Viennoiseries made only with finest ingredients & flours from France and Japan. Brera’s bakes have received rave reviews from foodies all over the world from our sourdough to the flaky buttery crossaint, kouign-amann, insta-famous cruffins and Basque Burnt Cheesecake, amongst other products. We are a one-stop deli shop in the heartland. Your satisfaction is guaranteed for every bite knowing the ingredients we use are never compromised in quality at any one time.
As a community bakery, Brera is committed in doing our part in social causes such as supporting go-green effort, mental health persons, student internship & charitable organisations and the less fortunates. We believe in delighting customers through the delivery of our pastry boxes for corporates, groupbuys, and individuals to spread love and cheers to staff & clients, family & friends, caregivers & volunteers etc. We enjoy serving our butter halves, cheesin’, and loafin’ them up in our humble bakery!
Director of Operations
Thrina Low, worked as an engineer for eight years and then was a Master’s level-trained human resources professional for another ten years. She then started Bakery Brera six years after returning from the Philippines on expat terms.
“God had impressed upon my heart to open a bakery serving the foods my family enjoys and at the same time serving others and using it as a mission field to showcase God’s goodness in our day-to-day life. It was a time when corporate work was challenging and time to do something fresh.”
“My calling is to serve the multitudes through quality & healthy baked goods and to be an intentional leader to my team, customers, and the community through every means and opportunity which comes our way, living out biblical truths and giving God all the glory.”
“We employ persons with special needs, mental health challenges, dropouts, or needy people. We raise funds for needy people through our social media followers. We sent care packages to frontline workers and migrant workers during the pandemic. We collaborated with other like-minded companies to do combined outreach.”
“The good things that came out were that my pastries were well-liked by people. We get interviews and talks, being spokespersons, being featured in media and we are able to attribute all our success and testimonies to God, the community and the kind souls that supported us. In short, God has prospered us so we could be a bigger vessel to do good“