Other than getting some cakes to go, Flor Patisserie actually offered a pretty peaceful dine-in area for those who wanted some quiet moments to appreciate their exquisite pastries.

The Waguri Millefeuille (S$8.50) comprised custard cream and chestnut cream covering the puff pastry and sponge cakes within. Having the creamy texture like a Mont Blanc cake, this pastry also provided additional texture with Japanese chestnuts atop the pastry, giving a more Japanese feel to the treat.

And because they also offered a beverage list, I was pleasantly surprised when I noticed that they had a cake set that came with a hot beverage, at only S$14.00. You bet that this would be a perfect place for a hideout or a small-group gathering if cake was something you could not resist.

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