Located at Robertson Walk, Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie serves a wide range of freshly baked bread, pastries and chocolates – perfect for people with sweet tooth like Rachel.
Their head pastry chef, Pang Kok Keong, confesses to having an extremely sweet tooth himself. He is an ex-member of the Singapore National Culinary Team and is the guy behind the unique creations offered at Canelé, from its bread, pastries, cakes, chocolates to confectioneries.
We went there on a lazy Sunday afternoon together with Mark and Meiyen for desert after a heavy lunch. As we were already quite full, between us, we ordered just two deserts to share – a Nougatine Crepe (a house favourite) for Rachel and I; a Flourless Chocolate Cake for Mark and Meiyen.
The crepe we ordered came with four dollops of chantilly cream, one scoop of nougatine ice-cream, filo pastry and dusting of sugar – beautiful to look at, and admittedly great in taste (even for a self-professed non-fan of sweet food like yours truly).
The cake was very rich in flavour and it was almost like eating chunks of chocolate bar whole, except the texture was soft.
From our few visits there, the desert menu at Canelé never disappoint. I have never tried their main course though. Not too sure if those are good. Do drop me a note here if you have tried them before. 🙂
11 Unity Street, #01-09
Email : [email protected]
Tel : (65) 6738-8145
Fax : (65) 6738-8146
Monday to Wednesday : 10 am – 8 pm
Thursday to Saturday : 10 am – 11 pm
Sunday : 10 am – 6 pm
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