Canele Pattiserie @ Paragon, Orchard Road, Singapore

We tried the Jupiter, a visually enticing lil thing. The Jupiter (SGD7) was deeply chocolatey with a lovely smooth chocolate mousse on top of a sponge cake.

The Caraibe (SGD8.50) showed much promise with its cruncy hazelnut nougatine, which I absolutely adored. Chocolate and hazelnut is such a good combination, no? Definitely reminds you of Ferero Rocher, but a lil on the sweet side.

To balance all that chocolate, we picked a Baked Fruit Tart (SGD 5.50) which was pretty good! Would have loved it to be a lil more tangy since it’s a lemon based filling. But all in all, was definitely a light and pleasant dessert.

Then the Dessert King suggested we try Canele’s ice cream offerings. I was game for it. But what I wasn’t expecting was how delicious the Nougatine, SGD 8, would be! In fact, safe to say, for me, the Nougatine actually over-shadowed the previous 3 cakes we tried!

The Nougatine – Hazelnut praline ice cream with crispy phyllo pastry and topped off with a salted caramel drizzle. ~swoon~

Serious sugar rush! I had to lay off desserts and other sweet stuffs for quite a while after that! lol

But now, I’m missing the Nougatine and those delectable macarons all over again….. Canele Patisserie, XOXO!

Canele Patisserie


290 Orchard Road

#B1-25 Paragon


Tel: 6733 8893

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  1. I had macaroons for the first time in Singapore too on this trip down in Boon Lay station mall it was at the DIY cake design store, okay at 3 for $5 SD

    I couldn’t find them in New York City at all for some odd reason Madelines were easy but not macaroons.

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