315 Joo Chiat Road
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The first thing I thought when I saw this, I was like, omg it’s so shiny! It was baked so perfectly that it almost looked kinda.. fake (in a good way). Well, definitely isn’t fake, because when I sunk my teeth in, it was just buttery crispy goodness. The real stuff. Its layers were so thin and crisp that the wind was literally blowing some of the half eaten layers away while we were eating it outside.

We visited on a weekday afternoon so there wasn’t a queue at all, but do take note of their baking timings because some of their pastries do sell out - you’d have to wait for the next batch to be done if you miss it. There wasn’t a place to dine in, so I guess this is more of a takeaway sorta bakery.

Flaky not too buttery croissant, pair with cup a coffee. Perfect way to start Saturday.
Thank you friends for queue and bring it over to me… ☺️😊

The long queues for @petitpain.sg are a testament to how good their bakes and viennoiseries are.

One of my favourites apart from their Apple Danish is their Escargot. Buttery, flaky pastry filled with raisins - how can something so simple be so good. Just look at all those laminated layers. It's amazing how Petit does them oh so well while keeping their prices so low - any other typical bake shop would have sold this for 6-8 bucks. It's no wonder people keep coming back for more - and that includes moi of course.

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The best viennoiseries you can find in Singapore is none other than Petit Pain. With only small batches baked daily, these delicious pastries are always sold out by the afternoon.

One of my favourites is their Apple Danish - buttery and flaky apple filled pastry topped with sugar. It's essentially a mini apple pie!

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◾Classic Croissant [$3]
◾Pain au Chocolat [$3.5]
◾Apple Danish [$3.8]
◾Raisin Escargot [$3.6]
◾Orange & Chocolate Escargot [$3.8]

Touted as perhaps one of the best viennoiseries you can find on this little island - Petit Pain is no stranger to the local pastry scene.

Long queues start forming at noon - everyone eager to lay their hands on the pastries. Run by just two people, this petit store churns out only three batches of their delicious baked goods daily; you literally have to arrive early to secure your baked goods that can then only be collected at a particular timing. It's just THAT good.

I managed to snag all five viennoiseries on their menu. The highlight for me was definitely the Apple Danish, followed by the Orange & Chocolate escargot. Flaky, buttery and filled with so many laminated layers - you can see why they're the best.

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We always forget to preorder (only available on weekdays) and end up with whatever leftover we can snag even upon arriving within the first 15 min of opening hour.

We take whatever we can get from one of the best bakery in Singapore.

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