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Rive Gauche Patisserie (Revisited)

This is the third time I am reviewing Rive Gauche because it’s really one of the few patisseries in Singapore that I go to frequently for my sugar fix. Read my previous review here. This time round, the husband brought home these two delightful treats to cheer me up as I was feeling a little […]

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Tan Hock Seng Cake Shop

Tan Hock Seng Cake Shop 陈福成饼家 @ Far East Square – Best Beh Teh Sor 馬蹄酥 in Singapore!

A friend recommended me this confectionery for its signature ‘Horse Hoof Pastry’ aka Beh Teh Sor or 馬蹄酥 a couple of years ago when we headed to Pagi Sore Indonesian Restaurant (just next door to this shop) for dinner. Tan Hock Seng specialises in traditional Hokkien pastries which I think are seriously at risk of […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie @ Takashimaya

The moment I set my eyes on the Napoleon a few years ago, Rive Gauche (pronounced as ‘Reeve Go-sshh’ in French) has become my go-to patisserie for this French classic mille-feuille pastry. It has never failed me to date whenever I need that occasional sweet treat to reward myself. French puff pastry with soft, moist […]

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Pineapple Tarts & Pastries from Tiong Bahru Galicier Pastry

Update: For Galicier’s 2014 CNY price list, please click here I have blogged about the nonya kuehs from Galicier last month (read my earlier post here) and I just couldn’t resist going back again. Pineapple tarts are one of the most popular Chinese New Year goodies here in Singapore and I must say they are […]

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Breads @ Dough & Grains Bakery, Tiong Bahru

During my Tiong Bahru estate roaming tour, I came across this lovely bakery just opposite the Tiong Bahru Market after whiffing a slight aroma of chinese herbs as I was walking past it. I then realised that this must be the (first) bakery in Singapore that specialises in various healthy breads that are made of […]

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Crodos (Croissant Donut Hybrid) from Da Paolo Gastronomia @ Great World City

If you could have the best of both worlds, what would it be? How about a croissant-cum-doughnut? Or a Crodo? This unique pastry first came to light in the US this year and is famously known as the ‘Cronut’ whose name has been trademarked by its original creator, Dominique Ansel Bakery, both in the US and worldwide. In […]

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What to buy from South Korea? (Part 3 of 3) Paris Baguette Cheesecake & Breads

The final instalment of my What to buy from South Korea? series. Click here for Part 1 and Part 2. Husband’s brother and sister-in-law had highly recommended him to buy cheesecake from Paris Baguette, one of the top bakery chains in Korea. So he got the cake as well as a few other items from the outlet […]

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Rive Gauche Patisserie – Go Napoleon!

This has always been one of my favourite patisseries in town. Just a simple “no frills”, “to-go” counter located at Takashimaya’s food hall. Classy French style of packaging   Napoleon ($6 per slice) Three layers of French style puff pastry with a layer of soft sponge and freshly whipped cream with sliced strawberries and icing […]

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