This Japanese-Inspired French Patisserie Serves Cakes That Are Too Pretty To Eat

If there’s one thing that I can eat for the rest of my life, it would be a good slice of cake.

Now I love cakes as much as, if not more than, the next person. I look forward to my birthday every year because I know I’ll get to indulge in a rich Belgium dark chocolate cake, finished with a silky chocolate glaze.

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I thought no other cakes could ever win my heart. Until, I came across a beautiful, magnificent piece of cake.

After a bit more research, it led me to this really quaint and simple patisserie. Flor Patisserie, you’ve won my heart this time round.

Fantastic Cakes And Where To Eat Them

Flor Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie that serves authentic Japanese inspired French pastry.

They pride in using the freshest and best quality ingredients that have been sourced from overseas (Japan, Belgium, and France), and locally.

The chef at Flor Patisserie, Heidi, aims to create pastries based on the principle of honest baking with the finest ingredients.

Needless to say, their creations are truly a work of art.

Now that Cherry Blossom season is in full swing, Flor Patisserie is serving up sakura themed pastries and you for sure don’t want to miss any of it.

First up, we have the Sakura Tofu Chiffon which is made with salt-pickled Sakura blossoms.

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The Sakura Pie is a puff pastry filled with almond cream, and topped with Sakura chantilly and strawberries. This pie is only available at their Takashimaya outlet.

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They also sell mini versions of the Sakura Pie which will be available in all outlets. This pie is made out of Sakura cream, pickled Sakura flower, and a creme d’amandes pie base.

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You can also gift your friends these cute Sakura Honey Cakes which is part of their Sakura Gift Range. These cakes are available in a box of 10.

Honestly, I’ll just buy an entire box and gift it to myself instead.

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This final pastry definitely wins my heart.

The White Strawberry Tart is made with Awayuki strawberry of the Sage prefecture in Japan. The Awayuki strawberries were hand carried back from Tsukiji Market in Japan so you know you’re getting the best stuff.

The sweet strawberry is paired with a fragrant creme d’amandes tart, filled with custard and topped with chantilly.

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As this is a seasonal item on the menu, Flor Patisserie only makes a limited amount of these pretty tarts! It’s best to call the outlet and reserve the tarts in advance.

You can order whole cakes via their website and enjoy a 5% discount. Best part, there’s a delivery option so you can order their cakes for any special occasion.

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So if you’re wondering where to bring your family or friends to this weekend, this patisserie will definitely satisfy all your sweet tooth cravings.

If you need a little bit more convincing, head on over to their Instagram and marvel at all of their beautiful creations.

Flor Patisserie (Siglap)
Address: 42 Siglap Drive
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10.00am – 7.30pm
Contact No.: 6243 0813
Website

Flor Patisserie (Duxton Hill)
Address: 2 Duxton Hill #01-01
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 11.00am – 9.00pm
Contact No.: 6223 8628
Website

Flor Patisserie (Takashimaya)
Address: Takashimaya B2
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun: 10.00am – 9.30pm
Contact No.: 6737 1789
Website

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