Rive Gauche Patisserie offers home-made cakes, patisseries and confectionery for all occasions at affordable prices. Known for its traditional cakes, yet garnished with creative and modern designs, Rive Gauche Patisserie is a must try!
Having read much positive reviewes on the strawberry shortcake I was curious enough to want to try it, but it turned out quite disappointing actually, too "spongy" for my liking. The Napolean, which has less sponge and more puff pastry to it, is much better!
The Guanaja is just like the hazelnut-praline cakes, its difficult to go wrong with this cake and it's always a safe choice. The mango and mocha cake meanwhile were quite uninspiring, at least in my humble opinion.
You could also read my review at http://thesimplestaphrodisiac.blogspot.com/2010/01/rive-gauche-patisserie.html.
Friends birthday approaching, due to many commitments unable to choose a cake for himself. Got me to help him in the favour. Deciding between Rive Gauche and Pattisier, finally decided on Rive Gauche. Counter girl was nice, upon seeing that i was thinking about which cake to get and hesitating cause of the price, gave me 20% off voucher which by right is only give when you have purchase a whole cake. Anyway bought 2 30cm by 30cm Guanaja, apparently their signature cake, though from what i've heard their strawberry shortcake is the more popular one. The cake was good, good for chocolate lover with a crispy base. The chocolate cream is just right and does not make people feel nausea even after eating too much. Great place for cakes, will be trying the strawberry shortcake next time round.
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