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Telephone
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Introduction
Patisserie G, hits all the right ones, from A to Z. Dark chocolate mousse and chocolate meringue sit on a crispy hazelnut and chocolate base. It is deep and dark, made for chocoholics with high-end tastes. continue reading
Good For
Brunch
Opening Hours
Mon to Thu: 0730 - 2100 Fri: 0730 - 2200 Sat: 1100 - 2200 Sun: 1100 - 2100
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.patisserieg.com
Review (14)
 I give this Patisserie G a thumb up!! Really very nice!! My friend bought cake from Patisserie when we have a staycation on Conrad...We were surprise that the cake look so atas(awesome) that we don't bear to eat it...but unresistable we still had it...for my advise, put it in the fridge before eat it think will be nicer.I had the chocolate cake... my 1st bite was like heaven~ hear my frend that is their signature cake, 1 bite is never enough for that chocolate cake!! Others i'm not sure what flavor if not wrong there's Tiramisu (cake with which decor side of the cake) was overdose sweetness... Others 2 cakes, i didn't get to try...boo!! Of cox, i will get to try when dine in~ continue reading
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Full review on http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2014/10/patisseries-g-brunch-talk-about-eggs.htmlRevisited the possibly most French local patisserie shop in Singapore to try its not-so-new cakes that were launched during my absence in SG. Gone was my favourite Douceur. Along the way, we had the Eggs En Cocotte with Bacon ($16), a French dish that hasn't seem to rise to much popularity for brunch in Singapore yet. The savoury custard was well-seasoned and wiggly, speedily demolished with the soldiers of fragrant toasted brioche. Eggs En Cocotte with Bacon ($16)Meantime, the Creamy Scramble Eggs ($15/add on with smoked salmon $3) might not be as grandiose as the soft luscious yellow clouds served at Bills, but was a heart-warming delight to go with its reputable croissant. Yes, I've had it previously with my dark chocolate drink and it still stays VERY delicious. The Lemon Cheesecake ($9) exhibits great character, distinguishing itself from the usual baked cheesecake with a livid lemon curd in the centre and a reliable chocolate biscuit base instead of the occasionally cranky graham crust. The Hazelnut Opera ($8.50) was particularly iffy; unquestionably tri-textures of the hazelnut ganache, coffee sponge and chocolate ganache, but the hazelnut tones weren't pronounced. The Nouvelle G ($9), a 73%-63% dark chocolate spaceship lookalike that had a delicate sandy yet crispy chocolate feuilletine which was finer than any of the feuilletine here. And the star was the Coconut Choux Tart ($9), a pretty revolutionary piece that focused on the coconut-flavoured Carribean rum. Nothing much to speak in terms of coconut accents, but the beloved textures of all the components; chantily cream, (empty) choux puff, salted caramel sauce and Creme brûlée custard tart is enough to make this gateaux a highly saleable one. Till the next wave of new creations~ continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-23
This cafe is small but the seats are still quite comfortable for afternoon tea. The display for the cakes are quite interesting The tiramisu cake is very tasty but a bit small and pricy. Rose tea is very refreshing and goes very well with the cake continue reading
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Level5 2013-12-19
Nana has bought a log cake from Patisserie G. It is Cherry flavoured which weighs 650 grams and costs $55 each. For this price, it looks rather small for a log cake. But it tastes very delicious. The thick layer of cream cheese blends very well with the slightly sour-tasting cherry filling. Yummy but too bad it is so small. All finished in with a few mouthfuls each. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-19
was here with my friend after dinner for some desserts. And i gotta say the cake here are really nice! one of the best salted caramel flavor cake i have tried in my life. the flavor is very rich and the cake is soft and very tasty. I highly recommend this cake if you happen to visit this place. my friend had the dark chocolate cake instead which is not too bad also, but i find it a little too chocolate-y to my liking. both cake cost around $9 each. i will definitely be back for the salted caramel cake! continue reading
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