La Petite Boulangerie: Cosy French Cafe With Merveilleux, Kaya Escargot Pastries And More Near Farrer Park MRT | Eatbook.sg
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This Hidden French Cafe Has SG’s First Merveilleux Dessert, Kaya Danish And More Near Farrer Park MRT

18th July 2022

La Petite Boulangerie in Farrer Park

la petite boulangerie storefront

We wouldn’t blame you if you’d walked past La Petite Boulangerie without even noticing. This cosy French cafe is hidden within My Selection, a newly opened furniture store along Marne Road—a brief four-minute stroll from Farrer Park MRT Station.

la petite boulangerie glass display

This is the homegrown furniture brand’s first-ever physical store. Here you can browse ornaments and artwork, quirky knick knacks and more for your home, while waiting for your pastries to be served.

la petite boulangerie glass display

Over at La Petite Boulangerie, you’ll find Merveilleux ($9), pronounced as “mair-vè-y-eu”. This traditional French and Belgian dessert comprises sweet, melt-in-the-mouth meringue layered with fluffy flavoured cream. The cafe is the first in Singapore to permanently offer this unique pastry in a wide range of flavours, both classic and locally-inspired.

la petite boulangerie meringue group shot

A mainstay here is the Valrhona Chocolate, a crowd favourite featuring meringue, a luscious chocolate whipped cream, and Valrhona chocolate shavings. Other popular picks are the Hazelnut Praline, topped with caramelised nuts, and the Tiramisu, a bittersweet flavour perfect for those who love coffee.

la petite boulangerie meringue

There’s also Tropical Passionfruit, if you prefer something lighter with tangy notes. This fruity dessert comes with passionfruit-spiked cream coated with coconut crumble and passionfruit bits.

Each Merveilleux costs $9, but you can also get them mini-sized at $18.80 for a box of four, or $24.80 for a box of six.

la petite boulangerie kaya

Those who love buttery viennoiseries will be pleased with the lineup of freshly baked croissants and escargot-shaped danishes here. Get the Pandan Kaya Coconut Escargot ($5.50), laced with fragrant house-made kaya swirls.

la petite boulangerie escargot

The Coconut Gula Melaka Escargot ($5.50), a sticky and buttery pastry with a caramelised sweetness, is another nod to Singaporean flavours.

According to owner Alexandre Kebabtchieff, the cafe will release a new range of savoury bakes in the near future. Stay tuned to their latest updates by following My Selection on IG.

Do note that seats are limited—there were only two dining tables while we were there—so grab-and-go might be better.

For more bakes in the area, head to Yeast Side’s latest Farrer Park outlet, just five minutes by foot from La Petite Boulangerie! Otherwise, read our Syip review if you’re up for trendy cafe fare in Farrer Park.

Address: 2 Marne Road, Singapore 208393
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 10am to 6pm, Sun11am to 5pm
Tel: 8428 3548
Website
La Petite Boulangerie is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos by Anthia Chng and Chew Yi En.
This was a media tasting at La Petite Boulangerie.

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