- Bakery/Dessert, Cafe, Restaurant, Wine
- European, French, Western
Sun - Thu: 08:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 20:30 - 23:00
Mon–Sun: 10:00 - 23:00
- Orchard / River Valley
Internationally renowned French bakery and patisserie Paul sets foot in Singapore, with the opening of its 130-seater restaurant at Ngee Ann City. The bakery is famous for its range of freshly baked breads such as the La Flûte Paul and pain au chocolat , as well as pastries and sandwiches.
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- Children/Family6 votes
- Dinner5 votes
- After Work5 votes
- Large Groups/Gathering5 votes
- Business Breakfast3 votes
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Top Must Try Dishes
- chocolate croissant3 votes
- macaroons1 votes
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recommends this place.
This is going to be a brief review as I rarely eat tartes and am not an expert on them. We were given a box of pretty tartes from Paul Bakery. I could not resist, and had a little bite of each.
All of the tartes had a delightful buttery base, strong enough to hold the tarte yet moist and crumbly in the mouth. And of course, not too thick so that you feel like you're eating a biscuit with a smidge of topping instead of tarte, where the main focus is on what is within the tarte's shell.
The pastry cream below the Strawberry and Mixed Fruit Tartes was creamy yet light, and slightly sweet, pairing up excellently with the fruit. Both tartes are suitable as light tea time snacks.
The Lemon Cream Tarte with Meringue was a favourite amongst my friends. It had carried enough of a tart lemon-y flavour at a level that was just delightfully right.
My favourite was the Chocolate Tarte for its dense, chocolatey richness that felt as lusciously thick as a brownie, but more smooth and less cake-like.
I would eat these tartes again, and take bigger bites!
recommends this place.
i think it’s been a year since Paul opened in taka, and i’ve been wanting to try it since then!! so glad that i’ve got the chance to now :) their pastries are really super awesomeeeeee :D and i would love to go back for the desserts sometime. can’t believe i missed them, but i was really too full unfortunately :( went there for brunch!
greedy me decided to order a patissier’s bread basket ($9.90) all for myself! actually i would suggest ordering this to share, together with other things (maybe…dessert? :P), but it definitely gives you the chance to try out their awesome breads which i am absolutely crazy about! i loved their croissant for it’s crackly texture and fluffy interior. a surprising discovery was the briochette! when i first saw the picture of it, a round bun that didnt stand out much next to the croissant and pain au chocolat, i didnt take much notice of it. however, when i bit into the bun, i was surprised at how warm and fluffy and it was!!! i absolutely loved it! the briochette is also slightly dense, which makes it a delight to bite into.
on the other hand, i was kinda disappointed with the pain au chocolat as i felt it wasnt that wonderful as it was touted to be. for the flute (which is kinda like a french loaf/baguette), have it with the butter and jam provided. it’s yummy! :)
dad had the Gaufre chocolat ($7.50) which is a waffle with chocolate sauce. while i felt that looks-wise, it wasnt very impressive, it tasted pretty good! i loved how the waffle was warm and fluffy inside, and the chocolate sauce was delectable!
for the mains we had the Oeuf brouilles ($9.80) which is scrambled eggs with soft bread, cherry tomatoes, turkey ham and sauteed cherry tomatoes. we also ordered the Oeuf sur le plat ($9.80) which is exactly the same, except that it’s sunny side up eggs. in my opinion, stick to the breads/pastries/desserts at Paul (although i havent tried the desserts but i heard it’s good!) because the mains werent very outstanding. the eggs were pretty decent, but the rest of the dish was just alright and didnt impress.