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Mon - Fri: 07:30 - 22:00

Sat - Sun: 10:30 - 21:00

$13 based on 18 reviews
Patisserie G in Millenia Walk is helmed by Cordon Bleu trained Gwen Lim, who also had stints in the kitchens of Pierre Herme and Canele.The main draws are the gateaux, macarons and chocolate truffles - all made quality ingredients imported from France. See what foodies like this place for
Lepak With Yaops • 21 Jul 201445 reviews 0 followers

Revisited Patisserie G after a long while and glad to see that they have expanded their unit! Awesome.

At the same time, coffee was good as aroma, fragrance, flavour and body matched my palates. Dessert was great too!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/patisserie-g/

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Lepak With Yaops • 21 Jul 201445 reviews 0 followers

Revisited Patisserie G after a long while and glad to see that they have expanded their unit! Awesome.

At the same time, coffee was good as aroma, fragrance, flavour and body matched my palates. Dessert was great too!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/patisserie-g/

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pickledpeas • 26 Feb 2014126 reviews 5 followers

See the full review with pictures here.
 
 We tried the G-spot [$9], which is a chocolate mousse with some sponge base covered in ganache. The mousse and smooth and creamy, but I liked the ganache best. There’s something about hemispheres of chocolate dreams, I can’t quite put my finger on. It physically calls out to you to eat it.
 
 We also tried their gateau saint-honore [$8], which I believe Antoinette also carries.The caramel encrusting the...

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pickledpeas • 26 Feb 2014126 reviews 5 followers

See the full review with pictures here.
 
 We tried the G-spot [$9], which is a chocolate mousse with some sponge base covered in ganache. The mousse and smooth and creamy, but I liked the ganache best. There’s something about hemispheres of chocolate dreams, I can’t quite put my finger on. It physically calls out to you to eat it.
 
 We also tried their gateau saint-honore [$8], which I believe Antoinette also carries.The caramel encrusting the...

Read on