Paul bakery, one of the most famous bakeries in Paris, has been one of the most visited place whenever tourists go there for holiday.
A few months ago, they opened their first Singapore shop right in Takashimaya mall along the ever-busy Orchard Road.
It is always crowded throughout the day. So some patience is required to secure a seat during peak hours.
To try a wide variety of their bread, I would suggest ordering the Patissier Basket (S$8.90), which includes croissant, pain au chocolat, briochette and other varieties served with jam and butter
Had a Chablis (S$15 per glass) which went well together with the freshly baked bread.
Also ordered a Soup of the Day (S$9) to accompany the bread.
We enjoyed our Chamomile Tea (S$4.60) during our brunch at Paul Bakery.
I like the cute little containers they use to serve their jams and French butter.
Since it was not enough, we ordered another basker of their Patissier Basket (S$8.90).
On to the main course, the Provence Cod (S$23.90) served with rice was a unique item which I believe was not served in their Paris outlets. The cod fish was tender, but quite average.
Fairing better was the Salad Fermiere (S$16.90) which had roasted chicken, green apple, raisins, walnuts, carrots, mixed lettuce.
Millefeuille nature (S$6.30). It's described as "crispy, crème-filled Napoleon is a traditional French favorite and a PAUL classic. The crispy golden puff pastry is filled with vanilla-flavored pastry cream and topped with a light apricot glaze."
Service here is really slow, but food is quite OK for us.
391A Orchard Road,
Ngee Ann City Tower A