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Saint Marc Cafe (VivoCity)

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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.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 62222309
$11 based on 20 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Chillout (3 votes)
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Bakery & Bar - St Marc

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/

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• 17 May 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

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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/
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  • Little Fuji
• 22 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

hit and miss - still worth visiting

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Just went to their new east coast branch for brunch today - I recommend the place for having really good pastries and desserts. Their Danish is actually one of the best I had in Singapore, and their croissant up to the level of French bakeries . I Particularly liked their ham and cheese croissant and must also Mention their very good quality ham. One last thing to mention is that they stock yogurts from "la ferme des peupliers", one of the best Brands in France , and worth every penny . However, when we arrived at 1pm , we were given a brunch menu that we ordered from . We got told then that the "brunch" menu was only available til noon (absolutely no mention of that on the menu). In that case, don't call it a brunch, call it breakfast ! And state the timing on the menu to avoid disappointment ... Or better, ditch the timing altogether to allow for proper brunch with your delicious pastries up until early afternoon ! I insisted with the waiter to see if items were actually still available in the kitchen , which they partly were. Service overall was very average: plates not coming all at the same time, having to stand up to have my bill settled... It's a shame because that place has a lot of potential.
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  • Really yummy Danish plate - but disappointing chococroco
• 24 Dec 2014 • 38 reviews • 0 follower

I thought it would be a pleasant experience, but...

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Well, as you all would have guessed what I would say next, the experience was an utter nightmare. I am referring to the new outlet at east coast park. First of all, when we started looking at the menu, there were not much choices to choose from. After we ordered our food, things got worse. Just a simple liter of plain water took about 1/2 hour to arrive! They charged it at $1 per liter. And, it took another 1/2 hour for most of our food to arrive, which tasted just AVERAGE. We were not expecting that at all! After we ate, we noticed that one of my family member's dish had not arrived yet! We were shocked and we told one of the staff to check if the Chef was preparing our order. To our horror, the chefs have forgotten my family member's order, which was carbonara, due to "some problems in the kitchen" (I got a feeling this reason was just an excuse). My family member became frustrated and he cancelled the order, asking for the bill immediately without eating his lunch at all! This has been a frustrating and upsetting experience for us as a family and I feel that good food should come with good service, and these two criteria were far from reach In this cafe we went. It turned out to be more bullshitting than we thought it would be. Nothing had been worth it in this cafe. I strong suggest that none of you should go to the St Marc cafe in East Coast Park. According to the other reviews, it looks like the vivocity brunch is much better :)
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