I've always wanted to try the cream coronet after reading it on so many blogs, and even with a pretty full tummy, just looking at it made me want to buy it. And so I did!
Sun Moulin is located just outside the Isetan basement supermarket at Shaw House, and is pretty popular with youths and adults alike. They really have quite a range of breads and pastries here, and they aren't pricey at all, quite like the prices you would find at the more common bakeries like Breadtalk and Four Leaves. They also have a small section for "mini" breads and pastries, going at $0.65 for one, $1.80 for three, and $2.70 for five.
Custard Coronet: 8.3/10
I wanted to try both the custard and the chocolate coronet, but the latter was nowhere in sight so I had to settle for just the custard one. It turned out to be very good, so filled with custard just like the the cream puffs at Beard Papa. This is so different from a promotional Christmas bread that I bought at Breadtalk previously (which is about the same thing but only shaped as a Christmas tree) that only had a quarter-full of custard filling. So thumbs up to this custard coronet from Sun Moulin. And oh, they're smart enough to put a plastic piece to prevent the cream from smearing on your plastic bag, which I think is a good move.
The Minis: 8/10
I bought two Petit Choco doughnut-like pastries, and one mini chocolate croissant. The doughnut-like ones are better because they're softer, smoother and went better with the chocolate filling. The croissant wasn't all too bad, it's just a relative preference.
$1.50 for a custard coronet,
$1.80 for 3 mini pastries.
Isetan Scotts Basement, Orchard Shaw House