Le Matin Patisserie Opens Cafes In Orchard And Telok Ayer
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Le Matin Patisserie By Famous Ex-Noma Pastry Chef Opens New Cafes In Orchard And Telok Ayer

13th April 2022

Le Matin Patisserie new cafes

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Le Matin Patisserie has become a household name for refined pastries in Singapore. Founded by chef Mohamed Al-Matin, formerly of the pastry sous-chef of the three Michelin-starred Noma in Copenhaagen, Le Matin Patisserie began as an online business before it moved to a central kitchen at Outram Park. The cafe has recently moved out of its Raeburn Park location to two brand new spots that officially open on 15 April 2022.

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First is a self-service concept in Telok Ayer at 77 Robinson Road, #01-03, with 30 tables in the dining area. Customers can come, order pastries and coffee, and enjoy them on-site. This CBD cafe features a sleek industrial look with chic gold furnishings, and opens daily from 9am to 5pm.

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They’ve also opened Paragon Orchard, albeit a smaller one. Located within Porcelain Spa (#04-48), the cafe serves the patisserie’s best-selling pastries, bottled brews, kombuchas, and pour-over coffee. Its central location makes it a fab pit-stop to refuel if you’re running errands in town.

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Keep your eyes out for their famed Kouign Amann, Pain Au Chocolat, and Pistachio Escargot. The latter product, a crowd favourite with Le Matin regulars, is a buttery viennoiserie with a nutty pistachio swirl.

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Apart from the signature trio, the patisserie has a rotating menu of pastries that push the flavourful boundaries of French pastries, from a Smoked Cruffin to a Fermented Mushroom Quiche. Local touches rear their head from time to time too, found in products such as the Hae Bee Hiam Laminated Donut Roll.

Pastries are priced at around $4 and up. Aside from getting your Le Matin fix IRL at these new cafes, you can also order their pastry boxes on their website.

For more places to get pastries in our city, check out our Tigerlily Patisserie review, and our guide to the best croissants in Singapore.

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Featured image adapted from @lematin.sg, @bbeatsall, and @saltyaaron

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