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Telephone
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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
Restaurant Website
http://www.delifrance.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Le Paris Le Biarritz Le Marseille Le Saint-Michel
Review (2)
Level4 2013-06-05
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Been a while since i last visited Delifrance for a meal. It seems that most of their outlets are closed down. This new outlet is located at the new furbished Hougang 1 ( used to be called Hougang Point). Seafood D'sire - Generous servings of seafood mayonnaise served with croissant. Apple Turnover - Crispy crust with apple fillings Mushroom soup - very creamy and tasty continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-02
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Delifrance used to be so ubiquitous with outlets everywhere, but now they are not as prominent as before. I was a little surprised to find an outlet here at Hougang 1. The cafe is not within the mall itself, it's actually outside the mall in a separate annex to itself. You will have to walk out of the main entrance to see it. The cafe is generally much quieter and not very crowded due to it's awkward location. This means it's actually not too bad a place to chill out and have a quiet afternoon tea. I have a soft spot for Delifrance's fruit tarts and I couldn't stop myself from order their delicious looking strawberry fruit tart. (Unfortunately, another hot favourite, peach tart was sold out). I really like how they use fresh big strawberries, atop luscious custard cream and crumbly tart casing. Every bite of the tart is really satisfying and this is definitely a good start to afternoon tea! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)