Cafe de Paris Singapore... Singapore is a great city to live in and I’m really proud to be a Singaporean. Besides being a very safe coun...

(NEW) Cafe de Paris Singapore: The Famous & Popular Korea Dessert Café with Over the Top Bons Bons Comes to Somerset 313 on 22nd October 2017


Cafe de Paris Singapore...

Singapore is a great city to live in and I’m really proud to be a Singaporean. Besides being a very safe country to stay in, Singapore is essentially a food paradise. We have so many different types of cuisine to choose from and many overseas businesses are increasingly venturing into the Singapore market. Café de Paris, more known to be a popular dessert café in Korea will be opening their first outlet in Singapore on 22nd October 2017 at Somerset 313. You can expect to see their signature over the top Bons Bons (all fruits are freshly flown from South Korea) as well as an extensive range of cakes, pastries, coffees, teas and cold-pressed juices (exclusively in Singapore). So, mark your calendar and invite all your friends for a relaxing afternoon tea at Café de Paris Singapore!

Here are the super Instagrammable Bons Bons from Café de Paris Singapore. Fruits are all freshly flown from South Korea and the drinks are only available based on the seasonality of the fruits. I can’t wait for their Cherry Blossom Bons Bons which will be available during the Cherry Blossom season (next year March-April)! 진짜예뻐요!

I also got to see the talented creator from Korea making the drinks for us! Handsome oppa for the ladies! 

The chocolate-brownie Bon Bon looks so delicious! Bons Bons usually comes with cream and smoothie. The cream was not overly sweet or jelat. Also, it is a huge cup! I had a hard time finishing it alone. Probably need to share among 3-4 people!

They are super refreshing and fruits were really sweet. The owner emphasizes on getting the finest and freshest fruits for the public!

It’s so hard to pick a favourite! Let me know which one you like!!! 

Like what I’ve said earlier, other than their signature Bons Bons, they also serve an extensive range of cakes, pastries, coffees, teas and cold-pressed juices. It’s a new hangout place to chill for a great afternoon tea break! This dessert house is definitely the perfect place to take photos and selfies! 

Strawberry Shortcake // $8.50
The cake was light with a strong vanilla flavour. Cream was not too sweet as well. 

New York Cheesecake // $8.50
Cheese was really rich and strong in flavour but not too overpowering. This was one of the crowd’s favourite. Crust was well-baked too. 

Rose // $8.50
This will definitely be very popular among the ladies! Raspberry and Lychee was well-balanced and complemented one another very well. It has a subtle floral ending. Not too bad but I would very much prefer a more non-floral cake. 

Earl Grey Lavender // $8.50
The cake has a subtle earl grey lavender aroma which diffuses into the mouth when you take a bite. Don’t have an artificial taste and the cake was really moist. 

Chocolate Raspberry Dome // $8.80
The chocolate and raspberry combination was good, with the raspberry hitting you first when you take a bite and ending off with a rich chocolate aroma which lingers in the mouth.

Yuzu Mango // $8.80
This was one of my favourite pastries at Café de Paris Singapore! Yuzu-Mango flavour was really light and refreshing, and I really liked the jello-texture of the pastries! I can totally eat two of this on my own! Very addictive!

Chocolate-lovers will fall in love with this instantly! It was rich and moist, and why is the chocolate crunch in the middle so good?

Matcha // $8.50
This was my favourite of all! Not because I’m a hard-core Matcha fan, this slice of Matcha cake was really heavenly, one of the nicest I’ve tried so far in my life. Matcha flavour was strong but not too overpowering. I also liked the matcha powder on top of the cake which had a subtle bitter aftertaste. If you aren’t into Matcha, you might like this because it is light and very addictive! This cake was so good I had to bring one slice home. Highly recommended and I’m definitely coming back for this again!

The café also serves really nice coffee. I would suggest that you give the Cold Brew a try! Not too acidic or alkaline! Soothing and easy to drink!

They also offer premium teas! No doubt an amazing place for a tea break to relive stress! So, remember to head down to Cafe de Paris Singapore on 22nd October 2017 at Somerset 313, Basement 2!

Nearest Mrt Station: Somerset
Location: 313 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238895
What To Order: Bons Bons, Cakes & Pastries
Café Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8.5/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

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