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Laurent's Cafe & Chocolate Bar

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Enjoy a hand-made chocolate cake, ice creams, cup of tea, and a lot more along the river during the afternoon till late at night, in a relaxing atmosphere.

80 Mohammad Sultan Road
#01-11 The Pier at Robertson Quay
Singapore 239013

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01:00pm - 01:00am

01:00pm - 01:00am

01:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 12:00am

01:00pm - 12:00am

01:00pm - 12:00am

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Skip the lava cake and order the choc souffle with choc sauce, you're welcome. :)

When this soufflé came floating to our table, I could have sworn I saw several pairs of eyes instantly pivot towards us. And justifiably so.

This masterpiece of a chocolate soufflé ($16.50) is insanely fluffy with just enough jiggle, and a crisp edge to create just enough of a bite (my favourite part!). The inside are served piping hot and lusciously soft — with a dark, not overly sweet flavour. Perfect for dark choco lovers.

Go solo or paired with an additional scoop of ice cream (+$6.00) — I’d go without — this is probably one of the priciest soufflés on the market, but it’ll leave you feeling like a million bucks 🤗

For desserts to satisfy that after-dinner sweet tooth cravings, we went to Laurent Bernard Chocolatier. We had the Black Forest Cake, The Trianon and double scoops of Mango Passion and Raspberry sorbet. I enjoy something lighter and less rich so the Black Forest was my preferred choice as there's also the tartness from the fruits that cut through the sweetness. The Trianon was definitely richer and had lots of good reviews from my family as well!


I love, love, love the soufflés at Spago Singapore but Laurent Bernard Chocolatier is another place I have always counted on for good ones. There is a light crisp to the edges of theirs and is evenly airy the whole way through inside.
Besides the above chocolate flavoured soufflé that comes with vanilla sauce and ice-cream, they do a Grand Marnier that’s downright fabulous too.


Came for my fix of choc ice cream at my fav chocolatier. Sat afternoon was quiet and peaceful. Very breezy. Their americano was the strongest brew I have ever tasted. It was bitter and strong. A bit too bitter. But paired very well with the choc ice cream.
On a side note to pet owners, we were rejected by TCC Robertson Quay branch cos "landlord disallows dogs". U can still sit but dog must be leashed outside by the lamppost. So I brought my dog here. Guess they have different landlords...


On a hot hot day, this was a life saver! Very choc. Very cold. With bits of choc pcs in the ice cream. I was informed that all their ice cream are home made. Their hazelnut was very sweet. And the strawberry very sour. But this choc was just perfect. No wonder the ice cream tin was almost empty.

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