I dined at Madame Patisserie as part of the HGW foodtasting group on one warm and humid weekday evening. As the indoor seating is limited we sat near the river where the tables can take our party of 6.
There are 2 Madame Patisserie, the one at 27 Mackenzie Road is stronger in dining while the 76 Boat Quay specialized in desserts
We tried some of the mains since it is a dinner tasting, the prices are reasonable but the dish concept and execution could be a bit more unique but like I said, this is more a dessert place.
Madame Patisserie’s Breakfast Platter $16.90 - quite ordinary, why not jazz it up with poached eggs instead of sunny side up?
Beef Stew $14.90 - beef is a tad stringy and the gravy could do with more kick. accompanying baguette is heavenly though
Teriyaki Salmon $14.90 - pretty ordinary stuff u can get at food courts
Shepherd’s Pie $11.90 - My fav, good combination of minced lamb, tomato sauce and creamy mashed potates
We also sampled the Hi tea set that comes with a selection of home made jams, it came in a fancy 3 tier circular structure. And now comes the highlights......
Pink Indulgence - Trio of strawberry mille feuille, strawberry panna cotta & strawberry granita $18 - this is definitely designed for strawberry afficianos! creative presentation of the fruit in 3 forms
Warm Chocolate Cake $18 - warm molten chocolate oozing out from the interior, heavenly!
Churros with Hot Chocolate Sauce and Vanilla Cream $16 - generous serving of churros in a conical paper on a metal stand
Coffee Soufflé $19 - strong coffee aroma with warm souffle, the combination works
Apple and mango tart tartin $17 - seems quite ordinary, or were my taste buds overpowered by the strong coffee, chocolate desserts?
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