Tag Archives: Pastries

[Closed] Pavé – Cakes That Are Pieces of Art

Katong is one of those areas which is full of gems, some old and charming, some new and quirky. My ‘Katong-boy’ friend Paul wanted to introduce me this “country-looking cosy little cake shop” in which he raved about how pretty the cakes looked. Sure enough, once I walked pass dainty looking confectionary with country-green and […]

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Maison Kayser – For The Love of Bread

Many bread-lovers are excited over the opening of Artisanal bakery cum café Maison Kayser at Scotts Square. While it has already 18 outlets in Japan, it has also gained a loyal following in Singapore for its fresh breads, pastries and brioches. Perhaps some do not know the origins of this bakery, which is a joint […]

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PAUL Bakery – From France with Love

My first encounter with PAUL was at Champs Elysées Paris. Needless to say, the ambience, the bread, the éclair, the charm… it was a truly unforgettable experience – so much so that I kept a piece of its serviette. When PAUL opened at Takashimaya, fans were ecstatic over the news because it was as though […]

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Drips Bakery Café – A Café Which Feels Like Home

Drips Bakery Café has a space which reminds me of a living room space I always wanted to have. White washed wall, minimal furniture and colourful touches of decoration. While most other eateries would want to pack customers, this café has so much open space with inviting sunrays laminating the area. Tiong Bahru is no […]

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