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Paul (Ngee Ann City)

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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
$26 based on 104 submissions
Breakfast (17 votes), Brunch (16 votes), Lunch (12 votes)
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back for my 2nd visit...

tried croque monsieur for this second visit and i think its nice... sis ordered some crepe dish which taste nice too... did not manage to try their desserts on the 1st visit so ordered the millefeuille chocolat this time round, think its nice, even sis said its nice when she is not a fan of desserts...

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01 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

the service sucks, d*** horrible

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For me it's simple. As long as the service sucks, my mood for the meal is ruined. All that the waitresses do are to ensure I pay my bill asap. Rude bunch of people. I'm never going back. Thank God at least the chef has better manners though. 
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30 Nov 2014 • 47 reviews • 7 followers

back for my 2nd visit...

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tried croque monsieur for this second visit and i think its nice... sis ordered some crepe dish which taste nice too... did not manage to try their desserts on the 1st visit so ordered the millefeuille chocolat this time round, think its nice, even sis said its nice when she is not a fan of desserts...
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02 Nov 2014 • 47 reviews • 7 followers

nice food, will be back...

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unique marcaon milkshake & croque madame quite nice... but creme brulee so-so only, expected more... will go back to try other things...
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15 Oct 2014 • 34 reviews • 0 follower

Great place for chit chat over tea with friends

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The next time i'm here, i would come for the mains. They always look so tantalising. Howver, the cakes are already worth the reason coming back for. I have some pictures and reviews on my blog if you'd like to read more about! http://colourfulpalates.blogspot.sg/2014/10/go-french-in-town.html
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30 Jul 2014 • 418 reviews • 7 followers

Paul's - worth a second shot

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It was my second visit here, this time for lunch with a couple of lady friends.

I started with a Tartine Saumon (SGD$19.90) - smoked salmon, avocado, leek , mixed herbs and cheese. The smoked salmon was succulent and not too salty, and I love the combination of this cold, slimy delicacy wrapped around buttery avocado, nestling atop crispy slices of toast. It was a healthy but satisfactory concoction of all my favorite things, done in flavors that danced across the tongue.

*Chantal had the Omelette Complete (SGD$14.90) - omelette with slices of grilled turkey ham, mushrooms and cheese served with salad, Provencal tomatoes and potatoes. It was a flavorful piece of culinary art, with the eggs beaten well and taste was well-accorded with a nice balance of the fillings within the protein-rich omelette.

I had the Raspberry Tart (SGD$7.90) - Tartlette Framboises - classic fruit tartlet made with a crispy, buttery pastry crust, filled with creme patissiere and topped with raspberries. Contrary to its glossy, syrupy-looking photos, the real tart came with raspberries powdered with sugar / icing instead, giving the sour fruits a sweet guise. The pastry crust was delicious though, and the creme fillings was silky smooth with a light, lovely flavor.

*Chantal had the Millefeuille Fraises - crispy golden puff pastry, strawberry creme-filled Napoleon cake topped with light apricot glaze. The combination of textures - crispiness, soft creamy sweetness and juicy bits of real strawberries embedded within this pretty pastry was a sinful necessity in itself - lovely!

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/07/lunch-at-pauls-bakery-restaurant-cafe.html



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