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Rive Gauche (Tampines 1)

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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!

Daily: 10:00 - 21:30

+65 67895518
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I heart Rive Gauche's cakes

When I found the Rive Gauche shop at Tampines 1, I was so happy! I've always bought whole cakes (& sometimes slices, just for myself!) over at the Taka branch. Now, I can go easily go to Tampines 1 (since I live in the East area)to get my fix of Cheese Cake, Summer Lemon, Oreo Cheese and Guanaja.

There's a nice lady named Su Lin working there. She's helpful and pleasant. Usually I will order the cakes from her. The previous time I made a mistake with the cake wording and I called her up in a panic to help me. She assured me the change could be made and said that she will personally check on my cake when it arrives at the shop. Thank you, the cake was for a very important occasion and I would have been so embarrassed by the mistake! Whew~

Anyhoo, if Su Lin is not around, there's an older lady there who's also friendly & efficient to help you out.

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  • Cheese Cake1 vote
  • Gaunaja1 vote
  • Oreo Cheese1 vote
  • Summer Lemon1 vote
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• 16 Jul 2009 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

I heart Rive Gauche's cakes

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When I found the Rive Gauche shop at Tampines 1, I was so happy! I've always bought whole cakes (& sometimes slices, just for myself!) over at the Taka branch. Now, I can go easily go to Tampines 1 (since I live in the East area)to get my fix of Cheese Cake, Summer Lemon, Oreo Cheese and Guanaja.

There's a nice lady named Su Lin working there. She's helpful and pleasant. Usually I will order the cakes from her. The previous time I made a mistake with the cake wording and I called her up in a panic to help me. She assured me the change could be made and said that she will personally check on my cake when it arrives at the shop. Thank you, the cake was for a very important occasion and I would have been so embarrassed by the mistake! Whew~

Anyhoo, if Su Lin is not around, there's an older lady there who's also friendly & efficient to help you out.
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• 11 Jul 2009 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Not as nice as I expected it to be.

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I always loved Mango cakes, and fell in love when I saw it. Got this Cheese Mango cake at $24 for a birthday occasion.

This cake is a disappointment. Its just not nice, very dry and somehow the Cheese doesn't go well with the Mango. A weird combination, anyway, I did not bother to finish the cake at all.

I still prefer the Ann Siang Road The Patisser. It always makes me carve for the next serving.

No ambience - since there isn't any seating place.

Service - Average since this is just a counter selling cakes..
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