The Best French Cafes in Singapore

I’m loving all the new French Cafes in Singapore. Too many to count now but I did a new blog post listing my top picks.

And to think all these years we had to make do with Delifrance and their awfully oily croissants. So glad I can now satisfy my craving for good bread and fluffy croissants at Maison Kayser.

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8 Responses to The Best French Cafes in Singapore

  1. violet says:

    Hi! It’s me again! I hope you don’t get tired of seeing my name/comments popping up here again. There’s going to be another Maison Kayser opening, in the basement of Wheelock Place, in December, I read. I didn’t know about this place in Scotts square because the ‘ulu’ me hasn’t stepped foot into that place yet. But Wheelock is much more accessible so yay! I can’t wait for December 😀

    • bookjunkie says:

      Love seeing you here…please keep coming by.

      That’s wonderful news. Thanks so much for sharing. I feel the same way too…now I can feel a lil less sad about Borders closing there.

  2. LeatherPumps says:

    Croissants…. Yummy yum yum 🙂
    I’m dig French cafes too!! I’m always surprising myself with the quality of their croissants and dainty French sweets… 🙂

  3. verena says:

    Yes! Marks & Spencer was not too bad a replacement although I preferred M&S at Centrepoint somewhat, it feels cosier. But I do love the smell of freshly-baked pastries in their food corner, although it would be better if they had a greater selection!

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