After going to the Art Science Museum at MBS, Princess and I walked to Millennium Walk for grocery and got distracted by the pretty pastry and cakes in this patisserie.
Patisserie G was founded in 2012 by Singaporean Gwen Lim, who quit her corporate job to become a baker. She completed a diploma course at a renowned French culinary school and worked two-months at the distinguished Pierre Hermé. Patisserie G pays homage to artisanal techniques, simplicity and the love of quality ingredients – or in simple English, this is a very Yuppie place.
The patisserie sells a small but luxurious selection of artisanal French pastries and cakes.
Vanilla Chantilly, White Sponge, Blueberry Compote, Lemon Curd, Crunchy Chocolate Sable Base.
They were as pretty as they were tasty. The sponge cake was fluffy and light, the chantilly cream was delicious. They have four different flavours, I would have ordered all of them if not for the heavy lunch we just had.
Milo Sponge, Milo Buttercream, Cherry Raisin Compote, Chocolate Raisin Ganache
Black Forest gâteau or Black Forest cake is a chocolate sponge cake with a rich cherry filling based on the German dessert Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. So this localised version used Milo instead of chocolate and the result got different feelings between the two of us. I am the traditionalist and this cake tasted weird. Princess is the innovative one, and she taken this to be like a Milo dinosaur.
They have an assorted array of macarons and we took two interesting flavours and one traditional. My favourite was the lychee rose, light and not too sweet. The kaya one was kind of weak. When you thought you would not get it wrong with salted caramel, it turned out to be worst of the three.
The Patisserie G experience is about simplicity with a minimalist styled space. And it is really minimalist – a Scandinavian style table and chairs, nothing else. Service was ok, but they were not quick to clear up the tables, so we had to stand around for a while before they noticed.
Patisserie G (Millenia Walk)
9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-40 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Tel : 6338-7578
Date Visited : Feb 2021
Every dessert looks so neat and perfect ❤️
Aren’t they pretty – not good for my dieting.
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