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Paul (Ngee Ann City)

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Address: #03-16/16A/17, Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Road, 238872
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.

Mon - Thu: 08:30 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 20:30 - 23:00

Sun: 08:30 - 22:00


Restaurant:
Mon–Sun: 10:00 - 23:00

+65 68365932
+65 68361914
$27 based on 112 submissions
Breakfast (18 votes), Brunch (17 votes), Lunch (12 votes)

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Good brunch, but sometimes too crowded

View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/12/23/paul/
                                                                           
Paul is always very crowded on the weekends, and with good reason. It's a really great place to have a nice brunch. Their pastries are really awesome as well. It must be said that because of the crowd service is not fantastic, and it does take some time to get your food and get the waiters attention. But despite that, Paul is still a good place to check out when you're out and about and want a nice little break.

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• 30 Dec 2015 • 95 reviews • 0 follower

Good brunch, but sometimes too crowded

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View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/12/23/paul/
                                                                           
Paul is always very crowded on the weekends, and with good reason. It's a really great place to have a nice brunch. Their pastries are really awesome as well. It must be said that because of the crowd service is not fantastic, and it does take some time to get your food and get the waiters attention. But despite that, Paul is still a good place to check out when you're out and about and want a nice little break.
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• 29 Dec 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not recommended for a sit down meal at the restaurant

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this place was recommended by many friends for its coffee and pastries and they were not too bad! so second time round, I decided to have a go at brekkie. The menu selection was ordinarily standard with one or two 'special' menu items. The 'special' salmon on a brioche bun was nothing to rave about and service? rude, impolite, irresponsive. If you have no passion for the work you are doing, switch jobs because you guys really know how to ruin someone else's day with the frowns on your faces.

Overall, I would say, do take away for their pastries but never have a sit down meal at the restaurant. 




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• 05 Nov 2015 • 38 reviews • 4 followers

a great French dining

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This is an adapted review from my blog. For more photos and the full review, please visit my blog:
http://draftsfromcoffeetable.blogspot.sg/2015/11/singapore-food-blog-paul-takashimaya.html

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I usually prefer to patronize Paul before noon for a hearty brunch, a time when the crowd is thinner and the queue more acceptable. I prefer a seat within, admiring the interior decor reminiscent of European styles but sometimes I can only get a seat outside of the cafe, staring at patrons of the mall and get stared back in return.

Sometimes I get myself a choice from the usual caffeinated suspects, and if I am not up for a cup of tea or coffee, then I would choose from their other beverage selections. I loved their Chocolat Frappé à la Menthe from its Ice Blend section for its menthol sensation mixed well into the rich chocolaty taste, and I feel the urge sometimes to get to this restaurant for a cup of refreshing Lemongrass Iced Tea, its acquired taste a tang against my taste buds.

Their menu is quite varied and, of course, very French. So far my favorite remains Roulade de Poulet, a dish of stuffed chicken with pumpkin puree.

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