Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie is a spot that we really wanted to revisit after a long while — having tried several items including the Kaya Pandan Brioche previously when they had just opened their doors, we were already hoping to make a return visit some time. Wasn’t really planning to make our way here on the particular day that we actually made a revisit; swung by Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie mid-day on a weekend and was left with a handful of items to choose from — thankfully was still able to give the Pain au Chocolat a try though, which was an item we had set our eyes on for quite a while.

First look and it is not too difficult to tell that the Pain au Chocolat at Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie is pretty different from what is served at most other cafes — their Pain au Chooclat comes in a two-tone appearance with swirls of a darker shade amidst that usual pastry. Sinking our teeth into the pastry, we note that there aren’t much layering in their rendition; the one here can be said as a rather airy but we did notice how flaky and buttery the pastry is — was actually pretty satisfying despite the lack of distinct lamination as it seems. We really enjoyed the quality of the chocolate that they have used for the Pain au Chocolat here — not only was it bittersweet, we also loved how it didn’t feel particularly “heaty” for it did not burn the throat, whilst they were also pretty generous with the chocolate here; heating the pastry up also sees the chocolate to come with a more ganache-esque texture that made it pretty luxurious and decadent as well.

We have had a pretty good impression during our very first visit to Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie and we are glad that they have stayed pretty consistent all these while. Whilst they had only been serving up cakes, breads and other forms of pastries when they had first opened their doors, we were glad to find that they have since also started to serve some form of hot savoury food for those who may be looking for a full meal here — items served in their food menu includes sandwiches such as a Sunshine Chick that comprises of toasted brioche bun, chicken sausage patties, sunny side-up, cheese, lettuce and mayonnaise, as well as mains such as a Roasted Chicken Stew. With their dedication is serving up delicious bakes through the use of quality ingredients and good execution, Nuage Patisserie & Boulangerie is certainly a spot which we are definitely looking forward to revisit yet again soon.