Merci Marcel (Tiong Bahru)

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What We Love
  • Lots of natural light and plants, comfortable space
  • Chic, fun French cafe in Tiong Bahru for a date or to gather the girls
  • Crab Tartine, Ceviche, French Toast, Ravioles de Royans

56 Eng Hoon Street
Singapore 160056

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08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

08:00am - 11:30pm

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Tried out this busy cafe in Tiong Bahru around 3pm. Ordered the crossiant and croque, paired with black coffee and ice mocha. Portion size for the food is alright but can be better for drinks (considering the price). In general, food taste ok and will revisit if nearby. But will not specially head down as price is on the steep side.

A tiny version of the Italian ravioli, the French dumpling pasta was filled with Tete de Moine cheese and served with creamy sauce. The portion was decent for sharing and it got more addictive with every bite. The fries were different from the usual shoestring fries and of a thicker cut; and it seemed that they were baked then fried to a brownish shade.

Saw many good reviews on this and it definitely lived up to my expectations. The pizza had a thin and flaky pastry crust; and the ingredients were an interesting combination that overall felt very light in terms of flavour.

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Presented as a more sophiscated version, the lemon pie ($12) was basically a deconstructed lemon meringue pie. The lemon curd had a nice balance of sweetness and sourness to it with an added texture and crunch from the biscuit crumble. While I felt that the meringue was a tad too sweet for me, pairing it with a latte ($6) that was smooth and full-bodied with a dark roast, it was a perfect ending to my meal.

Ordered the crab tartine with avococado on sourdough, and really like it. On the pricier side, but pretty worth for the good food and ambience. Service was great too.

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It was interesting to find iced latte ($6) served in an enamel vintage mug in a chic place. Brewed using Tiong Hoe coffee beans which are dark roast, the iced latte was aromatic and full-bodied with a subtle bitterness to it. Paired with pain au chocolat ($3.50), it was an ideal companion with the pastry's sweetness balancing out the coffee's bitterness and acidity. The pain au chocolat itself was light and flaky, with chocolate in every bite. Worth all the calories!