[CLOSED] A Summer in Paris

135 Wishlisted
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *

1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-13 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

(open in Google Maps)








View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

With Citrus Shortbread as the base, and jasmine tea sponge encasing the raspberry and grapefruit compote and finally with a layer of jasmine tea mousse and lychee cremeux that gives the dessert this pastel pink outlook. Tourbillion Fruit’ The has a fruity taste and tartness. Hoping they return again!

Tourbillon Fruit The - $9.30
Citrus shortbread, jasmine tea sponge, raspberry and grapefruit compote, jasmine tea mousse & lychee cremeux. Sounds like a mix of complex items but it’s an orchestral in the mouth. Sweet & sour in taste, refreshing dessert after any meal. Gonna miss their desserts now that it’s gone
A Summer In Paris

Yet another best seller is the Pompom, which, like the tourbillon fruit'the, leans more towards the exotic and tart flavour profile. The green apple cream and jelly added a kick of sourness to the cake. The jelly was perhaps a tad too sour for my liking, and reminded me of canned/preserved fruits, hence i wasn't really a fan of it 😅 However, i reckon that this would make for a great dessert after a heavier meal as its rather light and refreshing in my opinion!

Opted for this because I found out that its one of their best sellers. The pastry was so pretty that i almost couldn't bear to eat it😂

I'm generally not a fan of citrusy/sour desserts, especially those containing raspberry, but this was surprisingly okay for me. I didn't super like it, but i didn't hate it either. I guess thats because the tartness of the pastry wasn't too overwhelming-the balance was pretty good!

As if its not obvious enough from the name, the intensity of the chocolate here is not to be underestimated. However, i do wish that the chocolate could've been more dark as this was a tad too sweet, especially with the use of caramel. There wasn't anything else to cut through the sweetness of the cake, save for the thin crunchy base that didn't really do much for the cake overall😅

This was more on the sweet side, and although i generally prefer my chocolate cakes less sweet, i still loved this cake, especially for the textures in this one.

Smooth chocolate mousse together with hazelnut cream reminded me of a ferrero rocher. The smooth, creamy mousse contrasted well with the puffed rice which provided a nice popping crunch. Would totally order this again if not for the fact that they are already closing today🙁