Patisserie G is a tiny cafe located at Millenia Walk, a neighbour to Commune Cafe. This cafe serves HEAVENLY cakes, which are really, to-die-for.
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Your Ultimate Go-To For French Pastries
A visit to Patisserie G’s never fails to lift my mood. The moment you enter this patisserie, a whiff of buttery croissants and warm vanilla hits you right in the senses. At this gourmet establishment located along Raffles Boulevard, I always feel spoilt for choice with the ginormous array of pastries and savoury items.
One of my all-time favourites include the original G-Spot ($9), a dome shaped cake bursting with decadent chocolate goodness. Cut into it and you’ll be greeted with a velvety chocolate mousse and cheeky praline crunch. Other favourites of mine include the divine Saint Honore Caramel Glazed Choux Puffs ($8 for 3pcs) and wide assemblage of French macarons ($3 per piece) that aren’t overwhelmingly sweet. With regard to the latter, I personally stick to the more interesting flavours that introduce a fusional twist of flavours such as White Miso Milk Chocolate and Green Tea Cherry. Whenever I stop by, I make it a point to sample new items on the menu but these are ones I always come back to.
Rumour has it that authentic French butter and flour are used for every single pastry... With both a brunch/lunch and pastry selection at various times of the day, what more could you ask for? Seriously, I could just live here.
Quality Pastries In Innovative Flavours
Upon sneaking a peek at their luxurious looking dessert display case, my attention was immediately grabbed by a row of glistening, dome-shaped cakes that looked almost too cute to eat. I got myself a Lemon Strawberry Dome which consisted of a sweet and fluffy almond sponge, deliciously tart strawberry compote topped off with a yummy lemon-flavoured mousse. Absolutely decadent and not too rich, I enjoyed it till the very last bite. But I'd expect nothing less for a whopping $9 per slice.
Other sweets I'd treat myself to on occasion are the macarons which come in all sorts of creative and eyebrow-raising flavours from White Miso Milk Chocolate to Habanero Chili. The amazing quality and flavour intensity almost makes the hefty $6 price tag (for a single macaron!) worthwhile...almost.
Skip the more boring and conventional flavours like Salted Caramel and Pistachio and go straight for the weird and wacky ones instead. I tried the Green Tea Cherry, which was as pretty as it was unique, and was pleasantly surprised! The flavours blended together harmoniously and the crumbly texture made that few seconds of munching on such a tiny morsel perfectly blissful.