Of the many lunches we covered in Best restaurants in Singapore that deliver lunch, Bakerzin was one of the weakest. The portions, though tasty enough, were miserly and expensive. A Styrofoam cup of bland (and barely warm) pumpkin soup cost $6.80, while a small portion of linguini with spicy bratwurst cost an astonishing $14.80. The mushroom bruschetta ($9.80) had a decent heap of mushrooms, but the bread wasn’t toasted; while the otah bruschetta ($9.80) was toasted but the topping was paper-thin. The steak and mushroom sandwich ($13.80) would have been great were it not for the fact that the bread was of the soft, fluffy, white variety when a rye or sourdough was called for.