10 Raeburn Park
#01-25 Blk B
Singapore 088702

(open in Google Maps)

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm



08:00am - 05:00pm

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


From the Burpple community

Not exactly access since it is located near the Old Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. But with the opening of the test kitchen, we have another avenue to get these coveted pastries.

Their Kouign Amann ($7) is still my favourite but the Pistachio Escargot ($7) is equally amazing. A harmonious marriage of aromatic pistachio, cranberries and rose petals, the snail-shaped viennoiserie is a perfect addition to your morning coffee.

P.S: Bakes are available at three timings - from 8am, around 10am and 12pm.


📍 @lematin.sg 🇫🇷 🥐
💰 ~ $30 (basic box) + $10 delivery 🚚
Finally got my hands on @lematin.sg bakes☺️✨ got their basics GRAND MATIN set containing 5 pastries for perfect weekday Brekkie 🌞 :
Kouign Amann
Plain Butter Croissant
Pain Au Chocolate
Almond Croissant
Pistachio Escargot
I had high expectations due to the raves and premium price hehs and it did match my expectations👍⭐️ the croissant is by far one of my top favorites🥰 the rich buttery and crisp light flakiness of the croissant truly established the baker’s skills and attention to details✨ top-notch piece of pastry and master of basics 🥐 my favorite is definitely the pistachio escargot 💕 the floral nutty aroma and flavor is so exquisitely done😍 if only their bakery is more convieniently located😭 will definitely get one for breakfast every week at least!🤤

Heard about the hype behind Le Matin Patisserie’s pastries ever since the nation’s Circuit Breaker — being a brand established by Chef Matin who has worked in notable establishments such as Restaurant Andre in Singapore, Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark and Black Star Pastry in Sydney, Australia, Le Matin Patisserie has since found a permanent home in the grounds of 10 Raeburn Park where patrons can now walk-in to purchase their pastries for takeaway. They were previously known to sold out in mere minutes whenever a new pastry box is dropped.

Several items were already sold out when we reached Le Matin Patisserie at 11am, but we were still able to get the following:

- Cashew Escargot;
- Classic Canele;
- Laminated Cheese Donut; and
- Chestnut Ta-Cro

It was hard to pick a favourite between the four; the Cashew Escargot is a familiar Danish pastry akin to the raisin danish with its crisp, flaky and light pastry that was buttery, but was still lightly sweetened with a slight zing that balanced things out — came with cashews for a nutty bite. Classic Canele was also good — crisp crust on the exterior that comes with a slight bittersweet note, while chewing it reveals a chewy interior with a texture similar to Kueh Ambon; suitably sweet, and was a very well-executed Canele that I had missed having ever since the closure of Le Canele d’Or at Concourse Skyline. The Laminated Cheese Donut comes with a light but firm bread that is dusted with granulated sugar and cinnamon akin to a churro; the inside well-filled with a pungent-tasting cream cheese (blue cheese, maybe) — a thoughtful and adventurous creation that sees sweetness, savoury and zippy comes into a single item, the mellow zippiness coming from the soft, jelly-like disc that seems to carry berry-esque notes. The Chestnut Ta-Cro is yet another inventive item; crisp, light and flaky croissant-esque pastry that is shaped in taco form — the butter pastry encasing pastry cream and chestnut paste akin to that usually found in a Mont Blanc. Also finished off the pastries with one of the Bottled Brews — the Bottled Brew (White) being cold brew coffee infused with milk; creamy, slightly sweetened and carried a medium body.

It’s little wonder how Le Matin Patisserie had managed to capture the hearts of most at one of the most challenging times for any F&B business — to have garnered a following and having their pastry boxes sold out within minutes after they are first dropped; it’s pretty much testament to the hype surrounding it. It’s undeniable how Le Matin Patisserie will be a spot that cafe goers and bread lovers will make the trip for — the stellar pastries definitely warrant a visit at least, even considering the location where it is hidden at. No doubt I would be back some day; most probably finding myself taking away a box of pastries to share with my loved ones — pretty excited with what this test kitchen will be churning out next!


Le Matin Pastry Box v4 (Umami) (S$59)
Available at @lematin.sg

Mushroom Foie Gras Danish
Flaky Danish pastry baked with mushroom and seaweed, layered with a seared foie gras custard and mushroom crisps. Finished with a mushroom kombucha glaze.

Laminated Chocolate Brioche
Laminated choc brioche with savory walnut praline and sticky date toffee, encrusted with cocoa nibs and caramelized walnuts, finished with a Pedro Ximénez glaze

Cloudberry Lemon
Verbena Tart*
Brick pastry tart loaded with a cloudberry jam, amazake and cubes of lemon verbena marshmallow. Covered with a veil made from verjus decorated with locally sourced herbs and flowers.

Laminated Cheese Donut
Laminated fried donut pastry filled with a 4-cheese custard and mead, finished with a disc of fig compote and Tasmanian leatherwood honey.

Kouign Amann
The chef’s signature bake! Flaky pastry layered with butter and caramelised sugar, with hints of vanilla and molasses.

Le Matin Pâtisserie
Website 🌐 : https://www.lematinpatisserie.com/

1 Like

Plain croissant, canele, pistachio escargot, hot choc (very small cup)