Creme Maison Bakery – The Dessert Table Expert in Singapore

Creme Maison Dessert Table

Dessert tables are all the rage these days for all events, and no event is complete without an attention-grabbing spread of desserts.

Because we are such suckers for desserts ourselves, we needed a massive dessert table on both days of our weddings. That was pretty much a prerequisite of #BradMelWedding, and it was something we placed much emphasis on for we knew it wouldn’t just be us who would get all excited over a table of colourful sweets.

Planning this wasn’t difficult at all with Creme Maison Bakery, who knew exactly how a dessert table should be done. Tell them your requirements and preferred desserts and they will bring a wonderland to your wedding. Well, they did for ours.

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11 Artisanal Bakeries in Singapore for The Freshest Bakes

Tiongbahru Bakery

Breads and pastries are staples that everyone can appreciate, and we all love eating them fresh out of the oven.

The great thing about living in Singapore is that there are so many different kinds of bakeries – from traditional to artisanal options. All the different kinds of breads and pastries are mostly baked fresh daily in-house and are oh-so-delicious!

Breads are good for any time of the day. Some of the best bakeries in Singapore go the extra mile in the baking and preparation process, some even creating wonderful unique creations that are impossible to resist.

Here are 11 Best Artisanal Bakeries in Singapore - places that we rely on when we need our fresh bakes fix.

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16 Halal Cafes in Singapore

Halal Cafes

Thanks to our multi-cultural and multi-racial society, there are many Halal cafes in Singapore. Among them, we see a significant bulk of exceptional Muslim-owned and halal-certified cafes out there, that are more than worthy of recognition.

Here is our guide to Halal cafes in Singapore. You never know, you could be looking at your next favourite cafe hang-out.

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Whisk Cafe – Beautiful Bakery Cafe In Tiong Bahru To Go For Desserts

Whisk Cafe Tiong Bahru

The enclave of cafes and eateries at Tiong Bahru has been expanding at full force and it does not seem to be stopping any time soon. Late last year, a new addition – Whisk Café – has joined the hipster neighbourhood and the rest is history.

White seems to be the new black for most up-and-coming cafes and we are sure that frequent cafe hoppers will agree with us. Whisk Cafe’s interiors are completely decked out in white; white walls, white pillars, white tables, white stools. You get the gist.

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5 SuperMuffins from Pacific Marketplace to Love

SuperMuffins

We usually prefer cupcakes to muffins because they are a lot more moist and photogenic. Besides, who can resist a cupcake that is dressed up in a rich and decadent dressing? However, our hearts strayed after trying the new SuperMuffins from Pacific Marketplace at Pan Pacific Singapore.

The SuperMuffins are a range of five savoury muffins that come in the most extraordinary flavours; nothing you’d usually associate with muffins, and every bit surprising! Among the five, our favourites are Ms Piggy (S$7), which is a unique cross between a muffin and char siew bao made up of sweet and juicy barbecue pork and piquant salted egg yolk; and The Hulk (S$5) – a combination of mushroom, cheese, and cream in a savoury spinach crust.

Krrish (S$5), Chicken Run (S$7) and Minotaur (S$7) complete the SuperMuffin lineup. Vegetarians will love Krrish for its potato filling power-packed with Indian spices. But for meat lovers, we recommend Chicken Run – succulent chicken cooked in Shao Xing rice wine and garlic chives – or Minotaur, flavourful French style braised oxtail encased within a gruyere-infused crust.

Pacific Marketplace Supermuffins

We never thought a muffin would fill our tummies, but these sure do and in fact, this new meal-in-a-muffin is a unique and satisfying lunch concept. Should you ever find yourself craving muffins while in the Marina Bay precinct, drop by Pacific Marketplace and get your hands on these savoury goodies. As muffins go, this is as good as it gets.

From now till 14 August 2014, stand a chance to enjoy a complimentary SuperMuffin when you take part in the #SuperMuffin challenge. Take a selfie with your SuperMuffin, post it on Facebook and tag #SuperMuffin and @Pacific Marketplace. If your picture gets 20 likes by the time you leave, you will get the muffin on the house!

The SuperMuffins are available for dine-in, takeaway and online at www.pacificmarketplace.com.sg

Pacific Marketplace
Level 1 Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard
Tel: Tel: +65 6826 8240
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Promenade
Email: celebrate.sin@panpacific.com

This post is brought to you by Pan Pacific Singapore.

Tiong Bahru Bakery Singapore

Tiong Bahru Bakery

I am a fan of the Spa Esprit group. To me, they are one of the best F&B groups in Singapore. From their first food outlet Barracks Cafe, to the crowd’s favourites Forty Hands Cafe, and Open Door Policy at Yong Siak Street – every concept that they have created become popular almost instantly. One of their latest ventures, Tiong Bahru Bakery is no exception.

Tiong Bahru Bakery is opened in collaboration with celebrity baker, Gontran Cherrier. It started with much fanfare in the now-hip Tiong Bahru neighbourhood (Eng Hoon Street), and added a second shop at Raffles City shortly after.

During a recent tasting at the artisan bakery, we tried most of the signature items on the menu. Below are some of the highlights from Tiong Bahru Bakery.

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Paul Bakery in Singapore

Paul Bakery

Paul Bakery has opened in Singapore with much fanfare, and it’s not difficult to understand why the French boulangerie/patisserie is packed with customers everyday.

For those who have been to Europe, Paul Boulangerie is the place for them to relive those wonderful memories of having a warm croissant and a cup of coffee during winter. For others who have heard much about Paul from their friends, the new restaurant in Singapore gives them the chance to try something before they go Europe.

The question on everyone’s mind is no doubt whether Paul Boulangerie in Singapore is the same as Europe.

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Epicurious Cafe III: LIC food outing

Across the big colourful bridge, it is a path to company, fun, and good food on a Saturday afternoon. Thirty-eight of us, chat, laugh, and eat.There was a lucky draw, giving out some free desserts, tapas, pasta & burgers to the lucky few. And for the rest of you all, I’m glad you will not leave the place empty-hand, with the 1-for-1 vouchers.

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