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The Patissier (Mohd Sultan)

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The Patissier is a Singapore-grown patisserie that takes the very best of traditional French baking techniques and translates them into innovative and original sweet treats. Our handcrafted cakes and pastries are always freshly-baked with the finest ingredients, and are perfect for a special occasion or as a treat for everyday. Our head baker and co-owner is trained in techniques of the great French patissiers at the Cordon Bleu, London. Since our opening in 2000, we have taken that great tradition a step further by melding exotic elements drawn from Asia’s varied epicurean cultures to craft desserts that offer a richness of taste and flavour.

Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 19:00

Sat - Sun: 10:30 - 15:00

Closed: PH

+65 67373369
$16 based on 29 submissions
Take Away (11 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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Very Decadent

The chocolate cakes, Chocolate Fudge and Double Pralines and Strawberry Cognac are such decadent treats, having the taste that is very rich and complex. When I first have the Double Praline, the first thought was that "At last, I found a better chocolate cake than Jivara! No more nonsense with the bad service at Bakerzin (Paragon)!" The chocolate cakes here (made with Valhorna chocolates) will delight most chocolate fans, though the Strawberry Cognac has a mix of tart taste in it that may not appeal to those who dislike sour taste in cakes (those who love dimensions in taste will adore this).

Cocoa Napoleon is a disappointment, because I was expecting this cake to showcase the smooth texture and the pronounced delicate aroma of the mascarpone cheese, just like Strawberry Cognac did. But this cake tastes more like the drier version of Double Pralines, the presence of mascarpone cheese is hardly felt. For Empress Dowager: Nice. The mousse tasted of authentic strawberries (none of this yucky, fake taste of strawberry essence). One of the best strawberry mousse cake I had eaten, though it is not "wow" inducing.

Service wise, it is not too bad, but not great either.  The service at Flor still triumphs over the one at here.

Nevertheless, I will be going back soon to indulge in more of their cakes!

This review (with pictures) can be found on my blog: http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/the-patissier-very-decadent.html

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• 19 Sep 2014 • 58 reviews • 1 follower

Very Decadent

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The chocolate cakes, Chocolate Fudge and Double Pralines and Strawberry Cognac are such decadent treats, having the taste that is very rich and complex. When I first have the Double Praline, the first thought was that "At last, I found a better chocolate cake than Jivara! No more nonsense with the bad service at Bakerzin (Paragon)!" The chocolate cakes here (made with Valhorna chocolates) will delight most chocolate fans, though the Strawberry Cognac has a mix of tart taste in it that may not appeal to those who dislike sour taste in cakes (those who love dimensions in taste will adore this).

Cocoa Napoleon is a disappointment, because I was expecting this cake to showcase the smooth texture and the pronounced delicate aroma of the mascarpone cheese, just like Strawberry Cognac did. But this cake tastes more like the drier version of Double Pralines, the presence of mascarpone cheese is hardly felt. For Empress Dowager: Nice. The mousse tasted of authentic strawberries (none of this yucky, fake taste of strawberry essence). One of the best strawberry mousse cake I had eaten, though it is not "wow" inducing.

Service wise, it is not too bad, but not great either.  The service at Flor still triumphs over the one at here.

Nevertheless, I will be going back soon to indulge in more of their cakes!

This review (with pictures) can be found on my blog: http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/the-patissier-very-decadent.html
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• 16 Sep 2012 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Passion Fruit cake with a passion!

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For details and pictures, please visit: http://cheesemafia.blogspot.sg/2012/09/the-patissier-muhamed-sultan.html

Having heard of the wonderful cakes at The Patissier, we were delight to chance upon its takeaway store along Muhamed Sultan. Dining in is not available at the outlet at Muhamed Sultan, unless you manage to grab the only bench in the takeaway store, which we did.

Available at $85.60 per cake or $8 a slice, the Passion Fruit Meringue may look like an ugly dollop of mess, but was simply divine. The slightly crisp and soft meringue sponge cake is filled with passion fruit mousse, fresh mangoes and strawberries. The cake is beautifully light with it's meringue body and its fillings reveal a wonderful burst of fruity flavors that complemented the meringue well. We loved it and this cake easily makes it to the top of my list of favourite cakes.

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• 24 Jun 2011 • 1 review • 1 follower

Lovely cakes and desserts. Will definitely return.

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I dropped by on 7 June 2011 to look for a birthday cake to celebrate my dad's 73rd birthday. Ended up buying 2 cakes and several other assorted desserts. Great quality, excellent taste and even though a little pricey, definitely a cut above your average neighborhood bakery. Presentation is very professional, will definitely add a touch of class to any private event. Go early to avoid disappointment as they sell out pretty quickly. Staff attending to me were very friendly too.
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