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Introduction
Parisian luxury patisserie chain Laduree has found a home in Singapore. Famous for its dainty macarons and elegant confections, they will open 2 stores in Ngee Ann City. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:30
Signature Dishes
Pistachio Macarons Rose Petal Macarons Salted Caramel Macarons Vanilla Macarons
Review (16)
Level2 2014-01-15
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Basically i'm someone that i cant live without sweet treats and it ranges all the way from sweets to pastries. And my favourite treat has always got to be macarons! Especially the ones from Laduree. The shell of the macarons are thin and crispy and its chewy as well. Thou its a alil too pricey, but its totally worth the price for this kind of equality! On the side note, only laduree macarons can save my change my mood from sad/ angry to happy! continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-22
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Since my last visit at Taiwan eating macarons from Laduree happen to see it at ngee ann city orchard again. The store is quite long queue as in taiwan , it was nice decorated and had wide range of flavours ranging from Vanilla, Coffee, Lemon, Pistachio, Rose Petal, Strawberry Candy Marshmallow, Raspberry, Liquorice, Red Fruit, Chocolate Yuzu and Chestnut. I ordered one box takeaway, the macaron is soft, not too sweet. continue reading
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I never knew the presence of Laduree until a friend of mine from Taiwan came to Singapore for a visit. She highly recommended the macaroons from Laduree and she claimed that Laduree is supper hitto in Taiwan!!This is my first time entered the Laduree in Ngee Ann City. My impression to Laduree is double "P", PINK and PRINCESS. Laduree is very dreamlike to me and it is so-not-my-type.== . But I do enjoy my time at Laduree, as Laduree has friendly and lovely staffs and the deco over there is very unique and has a vintage and classic feel. We had brought two boxes of macaroons. I already forgotten the price and the flavour we chosen but I did remember that these macaroons aren't cheap. The macaroons served by Laduree look shinny and perfect!! These elegant little sandwiches taste nice~The sweetness and texture of the macaroons is just perfect for me. I like the mouthfeel of these macaroons that is a little chewy but not too over. The flavoured buttercream filling enriched the "sandwich" and make it tasted solid. And the "sandwich" just melts in my mouth in a very elegant way after I had my first bite. It is a very enjoyable tea time!!But I do feel that the macaroon is too pricey. And the overall taste is quite similar to TWG's macaroon. So, I will say that Laduree is nice but not so worthy. As I will be broke if I visit Laduree whenever I am craving for sweets!! But once a while, if I am going to treat myself a better sweets or wanted to go for an elegant tea time date, I will consider Laduree... continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-16
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One day i passed by the laduree outlet (not a coincidence) and decided to get a box of macaroons. I chose a box of 6, opting for a fancy box which add to the total cost of $32. Otherwise you can opt for it to be placed in a paper bag, with one macaron costing around $3.80.The insides of the shop is designed in pastel colors which is very comforting. Its shelves is also filled with Laduree merchandise such as candles and teas. The overall vibe of the shop is very classy.I think the macaroons are okay just a little too pricey in my opinion. Still it makes for a pretty gift for someone who has a sweeth tooth. continue reading
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Ladurée does not mean anything in French. In 1862, Louis Ernest Ladurée owned a pastry shop in Paris. One fine day, his second cousin, Pierre Desfontaines, initiated what is today, a new beginning of desserts indulgence – a combination of two macaron shells and ganache fillings. Voila, presenting to you, the double-decker macarons, by one of the best known makers of macarons in the world. Having been around for more than a century, Ladurée | Pâtissier, Confiseur, Chocolatier promises to satisfy macarons lovers both visually and taste-wise.The dessert boutique is one of the first in the region, making the hype here in town sky-high. Takashimaya at Orchard Road wins the race in accommodating them – with an outlet each on ground level and level 2. The latter is a more elaborative physical shop, selling as well, other Ladurée items such as its tea leaves / teabags, recipe book, and soft caramel. Although both do not have seating areas.PRICES:Save for the Golden Chocolate Macaron that is retailing at SGD$7.80 (basically golden coated Chocolate flavored Macaron), all macarons are sold at a flat price of SGD$3.80, no worries for GST here. Pretty reasonable, comparing it to be about SGD$3.20 in Europe, SGD4.10 in Australia, and SGD3.65 in Hong Kong, we are somewhere in the middle.PACKAGINGnly a purchase of 8 and above earns you a box. Otherwise, a paper bag is what you will get for items less than that.Macaron Shells: Coming across as one of the softer and more crumbly ones, Ladurée’s macaron shells do not appeal to me the best. Unlike many others who prefer the soft ones, I thought the harder shells are much more satisfying. They tend to last longer in your mouth to complement the ganache fillings, making the entire experience less sweet.Ganache Fillings: Right on the other hand, I think they have perfected the taste of the fillings. The flavors were certainly not overpowering, and just adequately sweet. My favorite has to be the Orange Blossom one (much to my surprise), Salted Caramel, and also the Marie Antoinette. My usual favorites, Chocolate, and also the Praline ones fell short this time round. They were short of magical, and a little too ordinary. Other 11 flavors of it are Vanilla, Coffee, Lemon, Pistachio, Rose Petal, Strawberry Candy Marshmallow, Raspberry, Liquorice, Red Fruit, Chocolate Yuzu and Chestnut.Overall Taste: You can say Ladurée has half the battle won. Depending on your preference, Ladurée did not quite cut it for me. If Antoinette and Ladurée were located side-by-side, I’d plausibly skew towards Antoinette. continue reading
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