L'éclair Pâtisserie (Dhoby Ghaut)

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~$10/pax
L'éclair Pâtisserie is Singapore’s first éclair speciality shop. We offer up to ten unique flavours of éclairs daily, such as Ispahan, Kaya Pandan & Earl Grey. The éclairs are best enjoyed with a fragrant pot of loose tea from Betjeman & Barton or a cup of speciality coffee.

190 Clemenceau Avenue
#01-28 Singapore Shopping Centre
Singapore 239924

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Thursday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 06:00pm

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I really loved how tasty and buttery the pastries served here! While I feel that the crust and texture could have been softer, the flavours of the pastries definitely satisfied my taste buds especially the caramelised pecan nuts! Ambience is nice and service was a bliss! Pricing is reasonable as they charge similar to many high tea sets out there. Overall a great experience

After using burpple, it was only $4 each and is affordable in my opinion. Without burpple, it would be $8 each and would be too expensive for me to purchase even though it’s really nice. They had a variety of flavours however my favourite is the earl grey pistachio and rose! Their custard cream was really generous as well.

Best eclairs in town ✨ you can get them for takeaway at @jewelchangiairport for easties or @leclairpatisserie dhoby ghaut cafe for dine-in - they have high tea sets as well🥰

The decor here is minimalist and boo loved it

A perfect cup for basic b like me. Sweet and creamy enough, chocolatey, and damned satisfying. The generous portion and the reasonable price doesn't hurt either, I'm so glad burpple beyond requires you to choose a drink and equally glad I went for the ice choc against my better judgment. Get this!

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Amongst the eclairs highly acclaimed, this one was the one that stunned me. Roasted character of the pistachio was evident, but the sheer brilliance to pair it with strawberries, and the attention to detail to make it work. It's a mark of genius to bring together two things that are common yet not associated, much less pull it off effortlessly.

Surprised the stuff here are nett

Tiramisu was decent, it's not spiked tho so that's perfect for me. The stuff here are pretty similar, I think sharing 2 per couple should be enough. Getting 2 each was kind of an overkill lol, gets a bit boring after a while(it's not like any of the flavours are seasonal I believe)

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