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Telephone
6334 9160
Introduction
Serving up freshly baked delicacies and gourmet meals, Délifrance has been the nation’s favourite French café chain since 1983. Lovingly created by Grands Moulins de Paris (GMP) in 1919, Délifrance embodies the best of French bakery expertise. With roots deeply infused in French heritage, Délifrance is best known for its French butter croissants and baguette. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://www.delifrance.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Le Paris Le Biarritz Le Marseille Le Saint-Michel
Review (7)
Level3 2013-06-28
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Delifrance is a good place to have a decent sandwich when you are craving for one. I like their croissant accompanied with generous amount of chosen filling. I chose the set meal of the day. Usually the sandwich choice will come with a soup and a drink. The sandwich of that day was seafood together with tomato soup. I love the freshness of the vegetables together with the croissant. In my opinion, good food is fresh, tasty and quality. I really thought the sandwich meal is value for money especially when they have the daily meal set. Whats more you get to choose your own bread like ciabbata or baguette. continue reading
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Level2 2012-06-14
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Its an awesome dessert after eating lunch at mac(: The strawberry on top of the cake is fresh and the two big slices of chocolate is not too sweet at all. The chocolate cke is creamy and soft. Every bite, i could taste the chocolatey taste of the cake! The chocolate cream seems to just melt in my mouth!~ The cake was not very big and it had to be shared with my family. I only ate 1/6 of the cake. It was quite a small slice(: Next time, I shall try other delifrance cake ;D continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-15
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this is just a chicken pie but they have some fancy name for it... chicken feuillete or something... anyway, the filling is so little, it's like eating just pastry. and the filling is mostly sticky cornflour. not much of anything but thickened corn flour. you can count the number of peas! and it cost like $3.40. waste of money. the flaky pastry is gone in a few seconds and you feel like you didn't eat anything at all. the cornflour chicken filling is quite gross and sticky. not recommended. most of their pastries are not recommended at all. smells good walking past. continue reading
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Level3 2012-03-22
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Dinner at Delifrance was a simple one. I think it is kinda of expensive for just a bread and tuna and it cost about $7 to 8. Luckily this time we have some delifrance vouchers to offset the balance. The total bill comes up to about $12 with drinks. A different dinner experience continue reading
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Level4 2011-12-04
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Bought the Delifrance frappe to quench my thirst while shopping.The frappe was priced at $4.80, not too bad, at least it was cheaper than starbucks even though the taste and professionalism cannot compare.A good drinkk overall the atmosphere is not bad for seating down. shall do that the next time when i passby raffles. continue reading
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