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Finally tried Pantler’s cream puff. The pastry cream is rich, thick and custardy, and has chunks of almond nougatine inside, which gives it a nuttiness and texture that I really appreciate! You can also see the vanilla bean specks in the pastry cream if you swipe to the second pic. The choux was unfortunately not crispy anymore however, as we reached near their closing time.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Overall, not a bad cream puff, but I much prefer the one at Baristart for their lighter and milkier pastry cream, which is also bigger for about the same price and also freshly piped (it seems, from when I peeked into their kitchen). I see the appeal of Pantler’s cream puff though - probably for people who prefer a more substantial and thicker pastry cream!

Raspberry Pistachio Cake - $9.50
Pistachio sponge intertwined with raspberry jam & raspberry buttercream, with crazy looking meringues at the top. The cake is sweet sour, quite pleasant and refreshing. Texture could be better if cake a more moist. Wanna try their array of cakes next round


They actually gave me this cake by mistake, I had actually ordered the Nagomi for a birthday celebration, but I only realised when I reached home. Called to clarify that Nagomi = earl grey, and that the white one I had was Ivory 😂 They were apologetic and offered a complimentary slice of Nagomi the next time I came by, and since my dinner location was around the area, we went to pick up it up before dinner. Great service recovery!

The cheesecake mousse was light, smooth and didn’t feel surfeiting. The sable base wasn’t crumbly, quite snappy but would have liked it to be slightly more crunchy. Maybe it’s because we had it the day after? Nice touch with the fig jam but it was just a thin layer brushed onto the sable, I love figs so I would have appreciated more of it, but that might also throw off the balance that the pastry chef intended for. I did really like this cake though! Was pleasantly surprised, because I’m not usually a cheesecake person but I would be happy to get this again.

The cake part was q aerated, not dense at all. The cherries were ultra boozy, they really didn’t hold back with the Kirsch brandy. Chocolate mousse(?) was light. Overall, it was pretty nice, but it didn’t impress as compared to their other cakes.

First tried Pantler ~4 years back when they were still at Telok Ayer, and now they’ve shifted to a brighter, bigger space at River Valley - congrats! :)

We got 3 cakes from Pantler this time, and the Nagomi was the unanimous favourite! The earl grey mousse was smooth, fragrant, and melded well with the bergamot cream which provided a slight contrast of citrusy flavour. The caramelised almonds were crunchy and delish. Definitely would get this again :)

Fill your weekend with the wonderful smells of cakes, bakes and coffee. @pantler has reopened yesterday at River Valley with a bigger and spacious place.

Be greeted by an array of beautifully crafted cakes, which are available in slices and whole. Hard-pressed to choose, we ended up with three liquor-free cakes:
• Yatsura ($9.50), one of their signature, made of hazelnut dacquoise, dark chocolate ganache and crunchy hazelnut feuilletine.
• Citron Blanc ($9.50), Fromage Blanc with lemon confit.
• Nagomi ($9.50), our favourite of the trio. Fragrant Earl Grey Mousse accompanied by tangy bergamot and caramelised almonds