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Flor Patisserie (Duxton Hill)

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FLOR Pâtisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese-inspired French pastry, where you can choose to dine in or to take out. We are famous for our ice cheese tarts and wide selection of cakes ranging from strawberry shortcake, fruits souffle, GT Opera, to Fromage Blanc and Waguri Millefeuille. We take pride in using only the freshest and best quality ingredients in our pastries that have been sourced from overseas (Japan, Belgium, and France) and locally. Our chef from Japan brings with him over 20 years of Japanese baking techniques, and has spent a year and a half tailoring our signature cakes to suit the climate and taste of Singapore. We do not use baking powder, artificial rising/softening agent, stabiliser, or preservative in our products. The soft yet moist quality of our cakes is achieved from the natural aeration of eggs being whipped to their full peak. Confections from FLOR Patisserie feature largely of fresh fruits, are lighter in flavour than conventional French pastries. Apart from using fresh ingredients, all fresh cream pastries that are not sold at the end of the day are disposed of.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 19:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 18:00

+65 62238628
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Lovely Japanese cakes!

http://missneverfull.com/?p=1438
[Check my blog to see the whole review, with prices]

Have been here a lot of times and always love their cake. Very fluffy and delightful spongecake, all the creams used are really fresh and would melt after a while taken out from the fridge. Not over sweeted....and amazing appearce as well! Very reasonable price. Can also take away at Takashimaya and Funan!


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• 27 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

service is bad and worst of all, a strentch of hair is found inside my cake!

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It is my first time trying Flor as there is promotion using the Sugar App and it will be my last time! Service is bad and worst of all, a strentch of hair is found inside my cake! Oh by the way, I had the Strawberry Souffle.
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• 09 Nov 2014 • 67 reviews • 3 followers

Lovely Japanese cakes!

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http://missneverfull.com/?p=1438
[Check my blog to see the whole review, with prices]

Have been here a lot of times and always love their cake. Very fluffy and delightful spongecake, all the creams used are really fresh and would melt after a while taken out from the fridge. Not over sweeted....and amazing appearce as well! Very reasonable price. Can also take away at Takashimaya and Funan!


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• 12 Sep 2014 • 58 reviews • 1 follower

The Search for my Fav Patisserie is over

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With Flor, it is like falling in love in a two-timing, no, eleven-timing fashion, all of them taste so good and heavenly (soft, complex, flavourful yet light on the palate). The amalgamation of fresh ingredients with different textures and tastes are in perfect harmony to create a form that tastes like no others. The ice mango cheese tart may looks ordinary, but it taste pretty good.

A summary on the cakes:

Napoleon - Layers of fresh cream sandwiched between puff pastry and moist sponge works beautifully. Multi-dimensional texture and taste serves to excite the palate. One of the stars.

Waguri Millefeuille - Chestnut version of Napoleon. The inclusion of the sweet, fragrant, nutty cream of chestnut makes this cake unbelievably sublime. A must try.

Strawberry Souffle - This cheesecake is of melt-in-your-mouth texture. The wonderful taste and aroma of cream cheese is distinct yet subtle—one of the best cheesecakes in SG.

Fromage Blanc - More for cheese lovers. Not exactly sweet, the tangy taste of the rare cheese will please those who're looking for a quality, not-so-sweet dessert. The addition of blueberry jam accentuate the wonderful taste of cheese.

Berry Berries - Flor's rendition of the Strawberry Shortcake. Absolutely flawless due to the use of quality ingredients.

Mont Blanc - This is Waguri Millefeuille without the puff pastry. Waguri Millefeuille wins in terms of texture, but Mont Blanc is good since less mess resulted from cutting the puff pastry.

Orange Rare Cheese - I had never like orange nor food associated with orange, but this cake totally changes that. The orange and rare cheese combination yields a somewhat refreshing, unique dessert: delightful.

The Blue Donut - A cake filled with lots of mousse. I love this one for its unique yet alsolutely pleasing taste that marries yoghurt and vanilla together to create the sweet, yet slightly zesty bliss. I'm not sure if it's due to the addition of the Butterfly Pea Bloom or the blue colour that I find the cake to be refreshing to eat.

Murasaki Hime - I always like creativity infused into food, so this cake made from sweet potato is a winner in my eyes. The earthy aroma and texture gives an interesting dimension to the taste.

5 o'clock fromage - Kind of like Fromage Blanc, except the base is made with chocolate cookies crumbs. Still prefer Fromage Blanc since the chocolate does not go well with the cheese. Eat separately to fully enjoy the cheese mousse.

Marron Pie - This one looks ordinary but the taste is out of this world due to the intense flavour of butter, chestnut and almond.

To further seal the deal, the service staffs are so friendly, enthusiastic and full of smiles, it is hard not to love this quaint, charming little patisserie.

I can't wait to visit Flor again, just to savour the wonderful cakes there again.

This review (with pictures) can be found on my blog: http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/flor-patisserie-duxton-hill-search-for.html
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