Voyage Patisserie

442 Wishlisted
What We Love
  • Classy yet casual and welcoming
  • Elegant French desserts, pastries and savoury dishes
  • Louis XV, Foie Gras Torchon, Steak & Egg Sandwich

249 Outram Road
Singapore 169048

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10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 10:00pm


10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Best charcoal grilled octopus that I have ever eaten. Super juicy and tender with a tinge of charcoal taste. Price point is high at $50+ but is definitely a worthy indulgence.

This huge wobbly tower is definitely the dessert to order if you want to impress a date. I chose this partially because I am super duper in love with anything that is salted caramel.

The souffle is incredibly airy and moist, it's really the most interesting and palate-stimulating texture ever. It kind of just melts in your mouth. And I liked that there was a distinct burnt sugar flavor, so the caramel taste shone through. And they coat the ramekin with butter, which becomes a super savory brown butter that pools at the bottom and contrasts the sweetness of the dessert. The salted caramel ice cream enhances that and provides a perfect rich, creamy textural contrast. Really a well executed, technical dessert.


One would not be blamed for wondering why a sandwich would cost $20. But this one is super decadent and took me to Paris in one bite.

First mouthful and the immediate thing I notice is that toasted buttery brioche. It is so crunchy yet just falls apart and melts in the mouth, almost like cake. Its not like any brioche I've ever had, it is so rich and decadent.

Then there's that beautiful steak, which despite its thinness is still perfectly pink in the center, with the sunny side up egg with its rich yolky flavor. Tying everything together is the sweetness of caramelized onion (the classic combination of beef, onion and egg cannot go wrong) and creamy mayo.

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Chocolate cake that has a slight crunch, somewhat taste a bit like kit kat with a bitter chocolatey taste
Price: $9.90, seems a bit overpriced for this slice of cake


Louis XV - $9
Bitter chocolate mousse, praline feuilletine, hazelnut dacqouise. Taste like a mouthful of Ferero, similar to what Patisserie G offers, but not as intense. The chocolate cakes goes very well with a pot of peach tea, which is fragrant and washes down the sweet flavours neatly
Voyage Patisserie


After a major souffle let-down I still tried one of their cakes that I heard was great
This one is definitely much worth it than the souffle!
The sweetness is just right, the chocolate intensity is great, the pralines, fugde, and all other elements were nicely textured, had nice flavor, and each also had a nice amount so the overall texture balance of the cake was great.

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