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Read full story here: www.epinosh.comSpeaking of the crowds at PAUL, I was terrified. I have heard of people making a beeline at the café entrance and that the restaurant waiting service has been poor, kitchen almost went into retardation, food quality didn't match up and the negative response goes on. That was probably 3 months ago when it first welcome its diners in Singapore. I am not totally surprised by the teething issues they faced, given the outlet is the first in Singapore.For dinner,
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Speaking of the crowds at PAUL, I was terrified. I have heard of people making a beeline at the café entrance and that the restaurant waiting service has been poor, kitchen almost went into retardation, food quality didn't match up and the negative response goes on. That was probably 3 months ago when it first welcome its diners in Singapore. I am not totally surprised by the teething issues they faced, given the outlet is the first in Singapore.

For dinner, I ordered Croque Saumon Poireaux. The roast salmon and leeks married well! Embedded between those cheesy toasted bread, they are so moist and delicious! The whole dish was not overly bready.

Another came along; Crepe Complete. It is turkey & cheese in a pancake topped with a fried egg. Interestingly, the oozing cheese fills up your oral cavity while its aroma chalked up your nasal concha!

To polish off my dinner, I started cherry-picking on the dessert list. I could hear competing recommendations ringing in my ears, each refused to compromise. I knew I couldn't possibly eat all of them, I cleverly select Tartelette Citron for a comparison. PAUL's lemon cream tartlet taste a bit sweeter than its rival, Masion Kayser. The crust is flaky and buttery good while the lemon filling taste creamy and tangy. If you prefer something more lemony, I suggest you try Maison Kayser's as theirs will sweep you off your feet!

I must confess that PAUL is a good pick for lunches & tea-time, but you will need more choices for a good dinner. In any case, I have had a satisfying weekend meal at the French bakery. Certainly a great place not to be missed. I will be back for more banlangeries & pastries just as I have tried their plain flute, croissants and sourdough off the rack.
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Date of Visit
2012-04-16
Spending Per Head
$60 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Croque Saumon Poireaux
  • Hot Vanilla Milk