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L’éclair – not your ordinary Éclair. With graduates from Le Cordon Bleu Paris, Sarah and Michelle helming L’éclair, they built up their éclair business from scratch, experimenting everything down from the choux pastries, creating new flavours and making sure it is aesthetically pleasing. We are honored to be able to try their most popular and best selling éclairs. Starting with one of their most popular éclair - Ispahan ($8.50), a lychee and rose cream éclair with raspberry fruit sandwiched in b
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L’éclair – not your ordinary Éclair.

With graduates from Le Cordon Bleu Paris, Sarah and Michelle helming L’éclair, they built up their éclair business from scratch, experimenting everything down from the choux pastries, creating new flavours and making sure it is aesthetically pleasing.
Ispahan
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We are honored to be able to try their most popular and best selling éclairs. Starting with one of their most popular éclair - Ispahan ($8.50), a lychee and rose cream éclair with raspberry fruit sandwiched in between the pastry choux, is easily the prettiest éclair among their selection, which any girl would fall in love with. Oh and yes that pretty petal is not only visually pleasing, it is also edible!
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The orange éclair you see is their new flavor – Mango Passion fruit ($8). Slightly on the tardy side, it’s good for those who like their desserts sweet but yet want something sourish. I would go for something sweeter though.
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On the other hand, their Lemon Meringue ($7.50), which I usually do not pick because I am not a fan of sour desserts, but THIS changed my mind, I actually found this really light, not too tangy and not too sweet, just the right balance.
Earl Grey
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Earl Grey ($8) is also another of our favourite, this black tea I frequently drink has become a pretty pastry (another excuse for me to eat more), not too strong an earl grey taste but just right there they hit the nail, plus they are topped with gold dusted blueberries!
Hazelnut Praline
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Hazelnut Praline ($8), the only one with a different outlook as compared to the rest, has whole hazelnuts in them, which reminded me of Nutella, just much lighter, I could eat another one.
Bacon Pie
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Are you sick of éclairs yet? No I’m not, but if you are thinking of something savoury, then their Chicken & Bacon is for you. With a nice sweet pastry-crust, inside is an aromatic mix of bacon, chicken and mushroom bits, so filling and good.
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Tea Set
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With such amazing interior and imported decorations, I can say I fell in love with this place, simple classic French style, which reminds me of Paris so much! While this might be a tad on the pricier side, I’d say you pay for what you get. Ingredients used are of high quality; you can’t just stop at one éclair (there goes my diet). Go and you will understand what I mean.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2015-10-23
Dining Method
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