La Petite Boulangerie – New French Bakery Within A Homegrown Furniture Store In Farrer Park

La Petite Boulangerie is a new French bakery opened by homegrown online furniture brand, My Selection which has just opened its first-ever physical store in Farrer Park. Located within a corner of the 1,200 square feet furniture store, La Petite Boulangerie … Continue reading →

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La Petite Boulangerie is a new French bakery opened by homegrown online furniture brand, My Selection which has just opened its first-ever physical store in Farrer Park.

Located within a corner of the 1,200 square feet furniture store, La Petite Boulangerie will be offering classic French pastries with a unique Singaporean twist.

The French bakery is helmed by pastry chef Celeste Teh, a former flight attendant who trained under Meilleurs Ouvriers de France (MOF) Chef Jean Francois Arnaud, one of France’s most reputable pâtissiers known for their legendary Merveilleux dessert.

For the uninitiated, the Merveilleux is a traditional Belgium and French meringue dessert found only in France, Belgium, New York and some European cities.

They are available in the following flavours:

Kaya – Coconut
Passion Fruit – Coconut Crumble
Praliné – Caramelized Hazelnuts & Almonds
Chocolate – Valrhona Shavings
Cheesecake – Almond Crumble
Tiramisu – Boudoirs & Caramelized Coffee Almonds

The Merveilleux at La Petite Boulangerie is available at S$9 each, while the mini Merveilleux are available at S$18.80 for a box of 4 or S$24.80 for a box of 6.

Photos credit: La Petite Boulangerie

Other than the Merveilleux, La Petite Boulangerie will be offering the traditional French Escargot pastries and it will come in both traditional French flavours such as Vanilla
Raisins, Pearl Sugar and Praliné, as well as local favourites including Pandan Kaya Coconut and Gula Melaka.

The Escargots are priced at S$5.50 each.

La Petite Boulangerie
2 Marne Rd, #01-03, Singapore 208393
Tel: +65 8428 3548

 

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