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Paris Baguette Cafe

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There has been much hype surrounding Paris Baguette Cafe. Tiong Bahru Bakery, Paul, Donq, Maison Kayser – There’s just one after and another of such bakeries.

(from left to right) DDUK and Chocolat Blanc

(from left to right) DDUK and Chocolat Blanc

DDUK ($2.70) – Sweet rice cake with various nuts toppings. Breaking apart the DDUK was such a surprise as what welcomed us was a generous centre of sweet molasses filling. It was a gooey and sticky filling, a complement to the soft bread. The DDUK was coated with almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and white sesame – adding crunchiness to the soft and sticky bun! In fact, the combination of nuts and the sticky centre reminded us of the traditional five nut lotus paste mooncake!

Chocolat Blanc ($2.50) – Bread filled with white chocolate. The Chocolat Blanc would definitely be a hit with lovers of white chocolate. There was a decent amount of white chocolate fillings in the middle of the bun. Rich and sweet, with a slightly overwhelming milky taste – finger licking good!

Paris Baguette Cafe
#02-48/53, Wisma Atria
435 Orchard Road


Written by foodphd

November 4, 2012 at 4:03 pm

Posted in Chocolates, Desserts, High-tea, Snacks

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