Lau Pa Sat near Raffles Place MRT
Housed in the newly refurbished Lau Pasat, Delicius Patisserie indeed doesn’t have an indoor sitting and it can get a little warm in the afternoon. However, with such delicious Japanese cakes, the weather doesn’t matter anymore. Furthermore, prices over here are evidently lower than most in town. The presentation of all these cakes and rolls really remind me of the countless patisserie take away that you always see in Japanese departmental store.
As for this cute patisserie, it is opened by award winning cake chef Suchara Nagaoka who is also the owner of Delicius from Osaka. Having known his origins, I was quite determined to try the cakes over here which are priced at about $5 each.
Got the refreshing peach tart with mandarin and grape. The custard between the peach was light and addictive while the peach slices were really fresh.
It’s really quite heartwarming to see that Sg is getting more and more of such Japanese French patisserie. This is a good addition to the widely known Flor Patisserie, Chef Yamashita and I believe would be greatly welcomed by the CBD working crowd!
Verdict: A good patisserie.