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#01-01 Sembawang Shopping Centre
Singapore
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  1. Lucardia
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     20 Jul 2009 at 9:09 pm
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    Le Grenier a Pain originated from Paris France under the leadership of Michel Galloyer. The bakery has since accumulated multiple accolades before being franchised into Singapore by Ms Ellis Noval in an attempt to bring authentic French pastries into Singapore.

    The pastry on sale has taken up a decidedly Singaporean flair with local favorites such as ham, bacon and even chicken curry flavors to appeal to the locals. Within it, you will find fancy named breads and cakes along with a rather high end price tag. In terms of the pastry, i bought about $15 worth of bread with a Chocolate fondant being the more expensive item. Tastewise, its mostly above average with the bread being soft and crusty and the chocolate being of better quality then usual. Cream and custard were both light and airy without impacting its taste. The fondant came across as average because we overbaked it and it turned out to be more chocolate sponge cake then an actual fondant.

    Overall score: 6/10

    Last word: I love eating bread but i simply am not able to stomach the cost thats levied on them by this bakery. In fact, when i saw how much the bread cost, i was rather shocked that 5 pieces of bread with a chocolate fondant could cause $15. I was also unable to ascertain the reason for the cost through taste but maybe thats just a personal issue of not understanding quality bread when i have one. For me, i'll probably stick with the local brands for now.

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    Comments on this review:
    1. Jeslyn Tee
      Jeslyn Tee said:
      oo ...thats real expensive .. but I do love bread too.. I guess once in a while shld be fine
      20 Jul 2009 at 9:53 pm
    2. feizhu
      feizhu said:
      Wasn't this a few months back? I think I bought the most.. $20 worth lol
      20 Jul 2009 at 10:18 pm
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