Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun: 10:00 - 22:00
Saint Marc Cafe is a Japanese chain serving freshly baked breads, coffee, sandwiches and Japanese style parfaits. Its signature Chocoro is a flaky and buttery croissant with bittersweet dark chocolate wrapped within the dough.
Saint Marc Cafe; located at Vivo City. This cafe is quite known in Tokyo and they sell really good croissant! Everyone should know that this place is famous specially for their choco cro which is the short form for chocolate croissant! I was actually first attracted to this place by it beautiful window display, the dessert looks so good there! I highly recommend you guys to try their milk matcha dessert! Other than that, I think their green tea matcha is also not bad!
Delicious treat of icecream parfait with mixture of red beans and chewy stuffs around it. Enjoyed this hearty dessert aft walking around vivo. If you are finding a place to relax and chill, do visit here.
Of the remaining coffee places in VivoCity this one probably has the most space to sit. But the coffee is coming from a machine rather than being made fresh by a barista, and it is a complete disaster. I do not understand how the management here dares to ask 5.50 dollar for a medium sized cappucino that's nothing better than instant coffee.
We've seen St. Marc cafes before in the malls (they have outlets at Vivocity, Marina Square and Raffles City), but never tried them somehow. We were pleasantly surprised when we eventually tried their branch at ECP, which is a Bakery & Bar. St. Marc originated from Tokyo, and serves Japanese fusion desserts, breads/pastries, and drinks. The outlet at ECP also offers reasonably priced meals/ mains.
The place is typically packed during weekends, though it is a pleasant place to hangout with friends, read a book over coffee or do some work near to the seaside. Our favourite so far are their Japanese desserts, which have not disappointed us so far.
For more information and photos, refer to our blog at https://angiekayexplorer.wordpress.com/2015/05/16/review-of-st-marc-bakery-bar-east-coast-park-singapore/