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Introduction
Using premium flour and butter along with high quality ingredients, Paris Baguette bakes its breads fresh every day. With a ‘Grab & Go’ menu which allows you to couple its delightful sandwiches with freshly squeezed juices, it’s simply the perfect combo for a meal on the go. Alternatively, you can also enjoy a lovely meal within the café with its sandwich, brunch, and dinner menus complete with an amazing variety of desserts. From unique cakes to sweet puddings, there is something for everybody. continue reading
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Restaurant Website
https://www.parisbaguettesg.com/
Signature Dishes
Korean Power Garlic Bread Oh~ My Baby Crepe Our Macaron Royal Pudding Strawberry Short Cake
Review (5)
Level1 2014-11-12
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Purchasing no queue, very fast and smooth. The waiting time was okay, very good. Service all nice. Food looks and taste nice but it was not heated enough because the bread was not crispy and the soup cooled down fast. Worth it for the price (small portion). Note: As I'm a cold eater so I didn't request for heat up more but I'm doubt the soup taste better when it is hot because it was tasty when I'm having it warm.  continue reading
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Level2 2014-03-02
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Was my second time visiting Paris Baguette, it was again, full of people. Firstly, the food is really not cheap, secondly, the walkway towards the al-fresco seating is really narrow and the walkway for selection of the breads is also very narrow, thus till now, I only visited twice. Bought its UFO Bread ($3.00) this time, the UFO Bread is just pretty normal, except that it really looks like an UFO, otherwise the bread was really normal, the filling was just plain custard, which taste like vanilla. As per normal, bought the Royal Pudding. The Royal Pudding comes in various kind of flavours, including Mango, Strawberry, Caramel, Chocolate and Original, ranging from $4.00 to $4.50/bottle. The Royal Pudding is really ROYAL. Somemore, you can recycle the bottle after use! The bottle is really cute-looking and its quite useful, can be used to keep water and etc! All in all, for a price of $3-$7 for breads, in my honest opinion, really not worth it. But, for its Royal Pudding, I'll still be there again soon! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
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This Posh café cum bakery shop just opened at Tampines. The restaurant looks really nice and posh. Took me around 5 minutes to queue up to grab my favourite Crab Wasabi Sandwich here. For the price of $7.50 per serving, is consider quite reasonable. Service is quite friendly and fast too. This is made of soft moist bread which is filled with generous amount of wasabi mixed crab meat in it. It is very flavourful and the crabmeat is very sweet and juicy too. Have it with a cup of my favourite coffee certainly has delight me. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-15
86 views
Ever since the opening of this korean bakery outlet Paris Baguette at Tampines, the queues are never-ending and so packed inside! I tried their famed royal puddings and cakes before at their first outlet at Wisma Atria and felt there was nothing special about them. I decided to join in the queue and buy their breads this time. I got the Flying UFO, which is filled with custard in the middle section and crispy at the corners. Not bad! I prefer this to the Flying UFO. This bread is filled with melted cheese and sausage and is slightly crispy! Overall, I feel that most of their items are overpriced and the quality is just average. continue reading
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Paris Baguette latest outlet at Tampines Mall opened a couple of days ago.A division of SPC Group, an International food and food service company based in Korea and ranked as top brand in the Korean bakery market.Since there were so many variety of breads and pastries to select, I find it hard to make the right choice.Anyway, I bought three types of pastries and a bottle of Mango Royal Pudding for this visit.The price tag and label "When sweet potato makes garlic pastry" caught my eye. I decided to purchase a piece of this pastry to try.I will try the bread loaves on my next visit.Mango Royal Pudding S$4.50The dainty packing of the Mango Pudding caught my eyes. At the base of the pudding is a layer of caramel. Rich creamy pudding different from the normal pudding packaging is irresistible. I chose the Mango flavour instead of the Royal Pudding. The pudding just melts in the mouth leaving a milky lingering flavour.From Left to Right:Sweet Potato Priced: S$3.10Flaky, buttery and with sweet potato puree inside the pie. I could not taste much of the garlic flavour probably due to the overall sweetness of the sweet potato puree.Sweet Bacon Roll Priced: S$3.60The roll made from a few strips of bacon wrapped around the bread roll.The bacon roll is filled with small pieces mashed egg omelette.Though its labelled as "sweet bacon roll" I find the taste is salty. Apple Pastry Priced S$3.50The apple pastry is very flaky, creamy and buttery. There was a generous amount of apple pastry in the pie. The apple pie is so flaky that I recommend you have a piece of tissue on hand to keep the flakes from dropping all over the floor.I wouldn't recommend anyone to visit this outlet during lunch time. You may need to spend your full lunch time at the queue. There was only one cashier attending to a long queue. I noticed the young cashier was inexperienced and she seemed panicky.There were also no seats available at the Paris Baguette Café. continue reading
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