252 North Bridge Road
#01-22A Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

08:00am - 10:30pm

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I'm not sure whether it was because I had this to-go but this was quite agonising to finish.

This dish boasts fresh fennel and dill but I couldn't taste anything -- not even a hint of the poached lobster. (Insert covid joke here) All the lobster I got was sparse chunks of rubbery meat in the bland mush. Extremely disappointing and confusing to get something like this from a reputable chain.

We wanted dessert at Raffles City and we decided to get a pastry from The Providore at Raffles City. This branch is fairly new, and it opened only in 2021. Nonetheless, it was pretty packed with the CBD lunch crowd as we went down on a Friday afternoon so if you are planning to visit, it might be safer to make a reservation first.

The cakes at The Providore are not listed on the menu and instead, you have to head to the cake counter to choose your cake. We ordered the Yuzu Fromage, which was a yuzu-flavoured cake with a creamy cheese-flavoured exterior! We loved the inside of the cake as the yuzu flavour was pretty pronounced and there are bits of yuzu fruit encased within as well. 😁 For those who are afraid of sour foods, fear not as we felt that the yuzu was surprisingly sweeter rather than sour!

The pastry uses a hazelnut-flavoured base for it's crust, although we felt that the taste of the base was overpowered by that of the yuzu-flavoured filling. The dessert costs around $9++, which is a little on the higher side given the size of the pastry, although we really loved the refreshing yuzu flavour.


A smooth, rich chocolate ganache in a chocolate cookie crust and topped with a large dollop of fresh raspberry cream makes it a simple yet decadent dessert. Bitter-sweet with slight tangy-ness, this was a crowd pleaser both to the eyes and on the taste buds.