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Le Grenier à Pain 313 @ Somerset

08 March 2010

I was pleased to know Le Grenier à Pain from the much quieter Sembawang Shopping Centre has ventured out to the more happening 313 @ Somerset, and having had an only passable lunch at OChre I was determined to find something sweet to satisfy me. It was a toss between this and Maggie Moo's ice-cream, and the best friend went for the former. Cakes it is then!

Caramel Praline Cake

At the first couple of small spoonfuls I was almost regretful of choosing this, in part because it was very mousse-y and reminded me of Schokolart (footnote: I walked past Schokolart last Friday afternoon and saw it was closed and empty!). However, it was only a matter of time before my spoon struck gold, and inside I found the caramel that matched nicely with the chocolate praline. Not too bad.

Double Chocolate Cake

The best friend's. I didn't ask her much about it because she was in a hurry, but she did mention that it's good with a mix of different textures of chocolate.

There's a couple of tables where you can sit at to enjoy your cakes, and there's sandwiches and drinks sold here as well. I do think they should invest in better spoons though, plastic spoons don't do much justice to the pretty cakes.

$5.60 for the caramel praline cake
$6.80 for the double chocolate cake

313 @ Somerset, #B3-26/27.

Pictures taken with the Canon EOS 500D.

2 Foodie Comments:

ice said...

I think this place is better for their European breads rather than cakes.

March 8, 2010 at 3:09 PM
*Harris said...

hmm, yeah you may be right, from what i saw it's mostly breads too. just that we wanted smth sweet so went for the cakes. any breads you would recommend?

March 8, 2010 at 3:41 PM

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