Patisserie G (Millenia Walk)

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Patisserie G was opened in November 2012 by Gwen Lim. Her passion and appetite for quality desserts are inspired from many places and by many chefs, and her dream is to be able to share what she loves to eat with others.

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-40 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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Matcha Rum & Raisin Tiramisu - $10
Something different from my usual pick at Patisserie G. This matcha tiramisu is composed of matcha mascarpone mousse, rum & raisin and dark cocoa-infused sponge cake. Soft texture and delicate flavour. Paired it with matcha latte for double intensity of matcha
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Lychee Rose Cheesecake ($10.50) features a lychee rose cheesecake with a crumble base and lychee jelly on top. The cheesecake is light and the texture of the chewy lychee jelly resembles the flesh of an actual lychee. This is not jelak and is pretty refreshing for a cheesecake.

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The Cherry Tart ($5.50) looks pretty ordinary but it is actually very good. The buttery and crumbly tart dough comes with a delicious almond filling that is topped with plump dark cherries and baked till golden brown. I love the fragrance of the almond, and how the different flavours and textures come together nicely. Surprisingly good I must say!

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Iced Latte that was on the bitter and more acidic side. Probably have to ask for sugar syrup if you find this too harsh for you.


Loved this on the first few bites, but got way too overwhelmed by its sweetness after. The milk mousse was thick, creamy, but also an acquired taste for the extremely sweet tooth. The passion mango compote attempted to neutralise the overt sweetness, but it confused my tastebuds for being way too sour, to the point it might feel unpalatable to some. That being said, I was pretty fond of the hazelnut dacquoise and hazelnut crispy at the bottom. The dacquoise gave a slight chew together with the hazelnut crispy, which gave a pretty interesting crunch — different from that of those usual biscuit bases. Nonetheless, I’d recommend getting this if you’re a huge fan of both hazelnut and sweet things. I wasn’t so much the latter, so I admit that I couldn’t enjoy this as much.


While this was shaped in a perfect cube, it takes a bit of acquired taste to fully appreciate this. If you are a fan of the taste of gingerbread, you’ll probably be able to enjoy this more than me. Ginger spice in here was apparent, and was paired with cheese mousse which was.. too cheesy to my liking. The mousse outside was also a layer too thick in my opinion. The cassis cherry compote helped to neutralise the overwhelming cheesiness with its sourness a little, but I’d personally not come back for this.