Who would’ve thought there’s a dainty French dessert cafe hidden within the private housing estates in the Lorong Ah Soo neighbourhood? Nestled within The Promenade @ Kilat, Purist Patisserie serves a decent range of exquisite and uniquely-flavoured French entremets. On top of that, the cafe also welcomes custom cake orders for all sorts of occasion.

Only open for walk-ins from Friday to Saturday – 12pm-6pm (Monday to Thursday strictly only for collection), expect to enjoy heart-throbbing entremets such as Fleur (signature), Wally Melon, Matcha Adzuki & many more! Pair them with a cup of coffee or tea for maximum pleasure!

Since the space within the cafe is limited (about 3-4 tables), I would highly recommend you to visit the cafe earlier to chope seats!

Decked in pastel pink, this cafe will definitely be very popular among the ladies. And the aroma from the kitchen (when the owner is baking) is 😍 Perfect place to chill with your loved ones during the weekend!


Fleur // $8
This immediately caught our attention. I mean how can anyone not notice this piece of art? Hidden within the top layer of white chocolate, popping lychee bobas and cornflower lies a rich (but not too overwhelming) raspberry mousse and crispy thin waffle biscuit. Seriously, we couldn’t bear to FORK it (pun intended)! Too pretty – so remember to snap a photo of it!


Wally Melon // $8
Because we LEGIT couldn’t decide what to get (tempted to get all but budget constraint), we asked the owner for recommendation and tah dah, we got this super moist cake that was made of walnut and rock melon. Walnut flavour was really strong and I loved it. Tempted to buy one back home for supper!

 

 

 

Nearest Mrt Station: Kovan
Location: 183 Jalan Pelikat #01-01 The [email protected] Singapore 537643
What To Order: Fleur & Wally Melon
Cafe Rating: 3.5/5
Food Ratings: 8/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

Wei Kai

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Yong Wei Kai
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