Arriving by bus # 14e,124,125,143,162,162M,167,171,190,700,700A. Bus-stop no. 09019. Bus-stop name; Opp Ngee Ann City. Nearest Train Station; Orchard MRT continue reading
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6836 1914 (Bakery)
6836 5932 (Restaurant)
Paul Bakery's recipes for bread, viennoiserie and patisserie have been passed down the family for more than one hundred years. The shops give the impression of always having been there, whether they are designed as a rustic village bakery, all brick, beams and baskets, or like an Empire salon with reclaimed panelling, hand-painted wallpaper and chandeliers. continue reading
Opening Hours
09:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
09:30 - 21:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:00 - 22:30
09:00 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
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Online Reservation
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Gâteau au chocolat et caramel salé Hot Chocolate Millefeuille à la mangue Moelleux chocolat galore Palet d'Or Tartelette au citron
Review (53)
Level4 2014-12-14
For more blog post at: http://rygohxx.blogspot.sgPaul - established in 1889 in Lille, France has grown into a worldwide with 500 boulangeries in 31 countries. In Singapore, Paul expands it's 6th outlet at Marina Bay Link Mall Basement 2 located around the Central Business District. This will definitely bring good news to the people working near there to enjoy their handmade traditional and specialty French breads or even main courses. In addition, they are going to open another outlet at Changi Airport Terminal 3.For a lighter, low carbohydrate option, this is highly recommended. The greens are chopped in a smaller bite-size for easy consume. Sweet, tangy and refreshing salad to enjoy with.First time trying out grilled seasoned tuna or rather my first time eating tuna as I'm a person who don't eat raw. Since it's grilled might as well I gave it a try. As a first timer eating this, I would said that it's a unique dish to begin with. Oh yah ... did I mentioned I love every bits of the vegetables they served - roasted asparagus, sweet carrot ..Highly recommeded! And the fact is the duck leg is marinated for 2 days before it was being roasted and served. The marinated duck leg is tender, flavourful (especially together with their seasonal cranberry sauce) and crispy. Definitely worth a try! continue reading
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Level4 2014-07-30
It was my second visit here, this time for lunch with a couple of lady friends.I started with a Tartine Saumon (SGD$19.90) - smoked salmon, avocado, leek , mixed herbs and cheese. The smoked salmon was succulent and not too salty, and I love the combination of this cold, slimy delicacy wrapped around buttery avocado, nestling atop crispy slices of toast. It was a healthy but satisfactory concoction of all my favorite things, done in flavors that danced across the tongue.*Chantal had the Omelette Complete (SGD$14.90) - omelette with slices of grilled turkey ham, mushrooms and cheese served with salad, Provencal tomatoes and potatoes. It was a flavorful piece of culinary art, with the eggs beaten well and taste was well-accorded with a nice balance of the fillings within the protein-rich omelette.I had the Raspberry Tart (SGD$7.90) - Tartlette Framboises - classic fruit tartlet made with a crispy, buttery pastry crust, filled with creme patissiere and topped with raspberries. Contrary to its glossy, syrupy-looking photos, the real tart came with raspberries powdered with sugar / icing instead, giving the sour fruits a sweet guise. The pastry crust was delicious though, and the creme fillings was silky smooth with a light, lovely flavor.*Chantal had the Millefeuille Fraises - crispy golden puff pastry, strawberry creme-filled Napoleon cake topped with light apricot glaze. The combination of textures - crispiness, soft creamy sweetness and juicy bits of real strawberries embedded within this pretty pastry was a sinful necessity in itself - lovely!For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/07/lunch-at-pauls-bakery-restaurant-cafe.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-27
My group of friends and I were done with dinner but still not done catching up! We decided to head to Paul bakery at Ngee Ann City to have their cakes! As there were four of us, we ordered four cakes to share! This slice of cake is actually like a fruit cake as it consist of blackcurrant mousse and caramelized apples on an almond biscuit base. I feel that it is not bad! One of my friend loves fruit tarts and will always order it whenever she is at a bakery. I'm not a fruit tart lover so I find this to be so-so only. This slice of chocolate cake is also so-so tasting. I'm a chocolate lover and this chocolate tart is nice! I love bitter dark chocolate flavour, and Paul's version of it fits it perfectly! The tart is firm and this is my favourite out of all! continue reading
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Level1 2013-11-05
My hubby and I are breakfast persons. We like to try out breakfast at different places. Last Sunday we were at Ngee Ann City. We reached before 10am and realised that there were not many choices for breakfast there. We passed by Coffee Bean Bistro, their breakfast set is about $16-18. After walking aimlessly for a while, I suddenly thought of Paul at level 3.The breakfast set is rather simple. It consists of 2 eggs, 2 slices of grain bread, sautee potato (in place of unhealthy harshbrown), cherry tomato and 1 big slice of ham. It costs $9.80 (before GST & service charge).The down side is that, this set does not come with coffee/ tea. I ordered a flat white coffee, cost $5.60. It is rather small cup compare to Starbuck. The breakfast set and coffee appear reasonably priced on the menu. But after GST and service charge, the bill was $29.50. The price is not cheap. But the furnishing and decor of the cafe compensated it. We were given a window seat, so the whole breakfast experience was nice. It makes you feel that you are in overseas cafe. It is unlikely that I will return for breakfast. But I will drop by for some nice french bread if I am around that area. For coffee that price, Starbuck is better. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-01
I learn of Paul Bakery's during my trip to Paris in the beginning of the year as it was commonly seen in the streets there. For such a big network of bakery and patisseries, this French Style Bakery was marked as my "must visit" when I chanced upon them in Ngee Ann City.Quite a number of items displayed on shelves are familiar to what I saw in France. There were 2 queues in front of the stall. With the longer queues for dining in house, we had chosen for take away since we can enjoy those pastries on the move.Croissant was very crispy externally with all the flakes detaching from it as we bite. What's interesting is that it does has an extraordinary burn smell (just a little) that makes the bite more interesting with its pillow soft interior. Though its plain, it tastes better than all of those that I had ever tried in Singapore.Cost: S$2.70Pain Chocolat Amade is a rich, croissant style pastry that has dark chocolate in the center topped with almond slices. It's generous almond slices and the snowy outlook had simply stole my stomach away. Do note since it uses dark chocolate, the taste is closer to bitter but the exterior icing had blends in well, thus the taste is a balance in between sweet and bitter.Cost: S$4.20Millefeuille Fran Ind is a traditional French favourite and also PAUL's classic. It comes with Chocolate, raspberry and strawberry and I had chosen the latter. This golden crispy puff pastry is highly addictive. Every layer of the pastry was very flaky and it is filled with chilled custard flavour cream and topped with half a slice of strawberry. Delighting Pastry!Cost: S$7.80PAUL had gone an extra mile for its packaging by placing them in a little paper box.Here's the total amount spent for 2 on our tea time! Considering it's french and every pastries was refined and delicately make, the pricing is around the market standard.Service/counter staff are seen pulling long faces. Service wise, there are more rooms for improvement. continue reading
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