474 River Valley Road
Singapore 248359

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10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm


10:30am - 06:30pm

10:30am - 06:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Cherry pistachio: Interesting combo with a twist of usual flavour
Mille-feuille: Light n creamy
Bartlett pear tart: Layers of fresh pear n not too sweet
Yatsura: Strong flavour hazelnut dacquoise n dark choc ganache

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Cherry Pistachio - $9.80
First trying a cherry pistachio combination. Taste wise was mild and pleasant. I could easily finish all by myself. Item mentioned it contains liquor, but really can’t taste any. Great cake to pair with cup of tea

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We also tried Pantler's Tarte Tatin, which is basically an apple tart, except that the apple chunk was caramelised in sugar before being placed on top of the pastry. As a result, the apples were extremely rich in sweetness, which is really great for a dessert although it might get a little too cloying after a while. We highly suggest sharing this with someone so that the sweetness does not get too overwhelming!

For the pastry base, Pantler used a flaky pie-like crust, which was rather buttery but also slightly challenging to eat as it disintegrates if you exert too much force to break it apart. 😅😅 The dessert is topped with a dose of Chantilly cream which gave a mild sweetness that contrasted quite sharply with the intense sweetness of the caramelised apple!

The Tarte Tatin at Pantler is certainly a one-of-a-kind dessert and do give it a try if you are a fan of apples and you are spoilt for choice at the counter!


We were looking for patisseries in the River Valley area and we chanced upon Pantler, which sells a huge variety of pastries and other baked goods! We tried the berry clafoutis, which comprises a beautiful chunk of berry mousse on top of a baked clafoutis. We loved that the clafoutis was really buttery, although we initially thought that it was a regular pastry crust since we could not taste any fruits in the crust at all! The crust was pretty solid so you might need some effort to take a chunk off it!

We also loved the berry mousse as it was really soft and smooth, although it might be a little sour for some as it tastes rather heavily of strawberries! Pretty great dessert for $9.50, although the price might be a little higher than that at other patisseries.

Pantler was rather empty when we visited on a Tuesday afternoon and it provided a pretty nice environment for a chat with friends over great desserts!

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We were deliberating for quite a while before getting this cream puff as the size was small (similar to beard papa) for the price. We eventually got it as we were really curious whether it was really nicer than baristart's as some reviews mentioned. We were disappointed however as we found the puff to be slightly soggy at the base and the cream was a bit too heavy for our liking. The cream had a thicker consistency than most cream puffs and was more eggy than milky. Although above average, given the price point, we think there are many other better choices in the shop.

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We were spoilt for choice at Pantler as their desserts all look so pretty and appetising! We decided we had to give Yatsura a try as it was one of their signature items and we could taste why! The upper layer consists of luscious chocolate mousse topped with rich chocolate ganache while the bottom layer consists of crunchy hazelnut feuilletine and hazelnut dacquoise. We loved the crunch in every bite and the hazelnut flavour was really strong! The cake had just the right amount of sweetness and it was gone in a few bites. This actually reminds me of the chocolate guanaja cake from rive gauche which I love as well as it has a similar crunchy layer but yatsura definitely won over my taste buds. At $9.50, it's definitely steep but I'll definitely order it again.

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