12 Gopeng Street
#01-05/11 Icon Village
Singapore 078877

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$9.80++ (dine-in), $9.80+ (takeaway)
My favourite dessert and probably the one that I would splurge on again if I were to revisit. The pastry layers reminded me of choux au craquelin - crispy and light. The hazelnut cream tasted similar to what you’d taste in a kinder bueno -but a tad more delightfully nutty and a tad less sweet. The hazelnut aroma lingers in the mouth - it’s a definitely a pleasant treat. While the pastry looks huge in pictures, do manage your expectations - it is really small for a pastry that came with a price tag of $9.80+/+. Tho small, it can be too much for one post-meal. Best to be shared!

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At $7++ (dine-in), $7+ (takeaway) per slice, the croissants here are one of the most expensive yet. Is it worth it? Well, yes if you’re dining in but perhaps not if it’s taken away. You truly need a fork, spoon and plate to devour this beautiful, two coloured croissant with elegance. I took away a slice and when I finally settled down on my desk, all ready to enjoy my croissant, I realised that the dark chocolate had semi-melted (wasted on the takeaway box!) and well, it just wasn’t easy to hold up the heavy, massive croissant with 2-3 fingers, singlehandedly like you would for any other croissant. It is also a challenge trying to avoid touching the top of the croissant, where the full pistachio nuts and chocolate croissants are. Challenges aside, I really enjoyed the luscious pistachio creme within the interior of the croissant. The interior were nicely layered in colours of green and, plain butter. It would have been ideal if the greenish hues came from natural colouring of ingredients. But judging from the strong hues, it’s likely food colouring at best..

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Lychee Raspberry croissant
$7++ (dine-in), $7+ (takeaway)
Exceptionally beautiful and I guess.. beauty comes at a cost. It’s definitely expensive! The pretty, pinkish hues are a delight to see and it’s hard not to be swoon over by looks of it. I succumbed to a piece, even tho lychee isn’t exactly my favourite. The croissants are best eaten fresh, and ideally dine-in where you’re provided with a fork, spoon and perhaps heated croissant. I had mine a day later - which by then, the moisture from the lychee raspberry custard has soaked into the croissant layers. Well, lumpy-looking croissants are certainly not beautiful and definitely a challenge to hold up (they hunch over like a 80 year-old when you pinch it up with 2-3 fingers). Taste wise - it was a pleasant, fruity and floral-y mix of flavours. Despite the fruit, floral hints, I wouldn’t say this was refreshing or light in taste as the custard and buttery croissant layers do add up to a heavy flavour and… exceptionally filling meal.

Almond croissant
$5.50++ (dine-in), $5.50+ (takeaway)
Expensive and… probably not something I would spend on again. Stuffed with almond paste and topped with almond flakes, this is pretty much a standard croissant. Unfortunately, the almond flavour wasn’t pronounced. Tiong Bahru bakery sells this at approximately the same price, and a tad tastier - more buttery in taste and stronger almond flavour!

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Chocolate 🍫 pistachio croissant 🥐 is one ☝🏻 of @aliceboulangeriesg most popular item!! On the inside, it has beautiful green layers 💚 It’s filled pistachio cream & hazelnut 🌰 ganache 🍫 which was rich in flavour but it would be perfect 👍🏻 if the pistachio taste 👅 was more prominent!😋 That sugar coated pistachio on top though😘 *CrUnCh CrUnCh*

Lychee Raspberry Croissant 🥐 is filled with vanilla mascarpone cream 🧀, lychee confiture, raspberry rose 🌹 & topped with a drizzle of lychee infused glaze😋 And it’s so pretty with the hues of pink⁉️

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📍 12 Gopeng St, 01-05/11 Icon Village, Singapore 078877
⏰ Opening hours: 8am-6pm, daily
🛵[ Islandwide🏝 delivery available]

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Rlly love their packaging too😍 The squirrel 🐿 logo🥹

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Peanut 🥜 butter 🧈 jelly croissant 🥐 surprisingly wasn’t as sweet 🍭 as I thought 💭 it’ll be! The blueberry 🫐 jam had a slightly tart profile with chunks of blueberries 🫐 around ; Roasted, nutty peanut 🥜 butter 🧈 Silently wished for more peanut 🥜 butter!🧈 Hehehe but that’s just cause I’m obsessed with nut butters🧈🫣🤭

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- Peanut 🥜 Butter Croissant

📍 12 Gopeng St, 01-05/11 Icon Village, Singapore 078877
⏰ Opening hours: 8am-6pm, daily
🛵[ Islandwide🏝 delivery available]

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Had been eyeing 👁 on @aliceboulangeriesg bakes
Especially ever since they’ve been on @pickupp.sg ‼️

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Their bakes are all so captivating🤩 Vry presentable & loved the details💘

Cutting through 🔪 all the croissants 🥐, you could hear that crunch, it’s so flaky & buttery 🧈 🤭

@aliceboulangeriesg Almond Croissant 🥐 was interesting! They added an additional layer of custard filling (if I’m not wrong😅) on top of the frangipane which luckily wasn’t too sweet!😁 That custard added creaminess, extra sweetness 🍬 & richness to the croissant!🥐

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~ Almond Croissant 🥐 $5.50

📍 12 Gopeng St, 01-05/11 Icon Village, Singapore 078877
⏰ Opening hours: 8am-6pm, daily
🛵[ Islandwide🏝 delivery available]

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