Friday, July 13, 2007


Canelé Pâtisserie Chocolaterie officially opened on 22nd September 2004 on Robertson Walk, serving a wide selection of freshly baked bread, pastries and chocolates.

This baby sister of the Les Amis Group is helmed by Executive Pastry Chef, Pang Kok Keong who confesses to having an extremely sweet tooth himself. Inspired by Master Chef Francisco Torreblanca (Spain), Chef Eric Perez (Shanghai) as well as Chef Pierre Hermé (Paris), the former two from whom he learnt.

Chef Pang chose to specialise in Baking, Pastries and Chocolate making after his graduation from SHATEC. The ex-member of the Singapore National Culinary Team is the driving force behind the creations at Canelé, including its bread, pastries, cakes, chocolates and confectioneries.

Guests may spend a lazy afternoon in the petit “salon de thé”, or simply pop in to purchase their favourite items. Their newest shop is at the basement of the spanking Paragon mall along Orchard Road.

Macaroons made in heaven. The only available flavors for the day are Violette (SGD 1,80) and Bergamote (SGD 2,30).

Tiramisu! Tira mo 'ko!


Linguist-in-Waiting said...

Grabe. These desserts are heavenly. Parang ayaw kong galawin eh, sa kagandahan...

Ferdz said...

Oooh! I would like to take a bite at that Tiramisu. It's cheap ha, considering in SG price

kegler747 said...

Singapore is truly a foodie's paradise. I've been there 5 times and im still excited to go there very soon.

Citizen of the World said...

Linguist, that's true! Too beautiful to eat.

Fredz! Yes, mura lang din talaga. Sa Pinas lang yata sobrang mahat ang pagkain!

Kegler, that's true, kain nga ako ng kain!

BT said...

super thanks for bringing some home!