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Signature Dishes
Baguette Tart Bread Garlic Baguette Tiramisu Baguette
Review (2)
Level4 2013-09-21
Came across Mr Baguette when we are at Golden Mile Hawker seems interesting so I just went to check out. Lady Boss was very friendly as I check what is left. I choose Cheese Tart ($1.80) and Nutella Lava ($1.80) after that I saw a flat round bread so I asked what's that she told me is Curry BDan ($1.80) so I just took one more. Just before I wanna make payment she ask me why I am not interested in their best seller - Baguette Tart ($1.20)Cheese Tart - they use 4 types of cheese and use their homemade baguette for this, is a lava experience one bite and the filling just ooze out! HEAVEN! Nutella Lava - as we pack back the moment i open it the chocolate filling already ooze out. But still when one bite the nutella chocolate just burst into the mouth chocolate lover will love this to the max!Curry Bdan - Is suppose to be crispy when is hot from oven but cos we pack back and lazy to make hot again so we dun get to have that crispy feel! Curry itself smell very nice .... bits of chicken meat was found inside. Thumbs up for this! Lastly the Baguette Tart - Egg filling was very soft but I find it tad sweet. Soft and smooth egg filling combination with the baguette cup was nice something different and if you are a egg tart lover this should be another option! And according to the Lady Boss it was a low fat recipe. There are many more choices I will go back to try more and wouldn't mind the weight gain from this stall! continue reading
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Level3 2013-01-31
Think Baguette and one might naturally relate to classy European restaurants or upmarket bakeries. But I think I've found just the perfect exception with Mr. Baguette at Golden Mile Food Centre.Just one of the hawker stalls among many, Mr. Baguette first caught my attention with wafts of aroma of fresh baked pastries and bread. What really piqued my curiosity was the usage of baguettes in most items on the menu, be it tart, toast or even pizza!One of the signature dishes on the menu is the Mr. Baguette Tart - a play on traditional egg tart perhaps, with the custard nestled in a cup made of baguette, toasted to a crisp on the outside.A new addition to the manu was the Tiramisu Toast and it garnered high praises all round. The light cappuccino fragrance from the tiramisu is complemented with slices of almond sprinkled liberally atop the toasted baguette. A winning combination. Best of all, both items cost just $1.20! Great tasting food without breaking the bank. Thumbs up! continue reading
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