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The Little Bakery in Farrer Park

We wouldn’t blame you if you walked past The Little Bakery without even realizing it. This cozy French cafe is hidden inside My selectiona newly opened furniture store along Marne Road—a short four-minute walk from Farrer Park Tube Station.

small bakery glass display

This is the very first physical store of the local furniture brand. Here you can browse ornaments and artwork, quirky trinkets and more for your home, while you wait for your baked goods to be served.

small bakery glass display

On the side of La Petite Boulangerie, you will find Wonderful ($9), pronounced as “mair-vè-y-eu”. This traditional French and Belgian dessert features a sweet, melt-in-your-mouth meringue layered with fluffy fragrant cream. The cafe is the first in Singapore to permanently offer this unique pastry in a wide range of flavors, both classic and locally inspired.

the small meringue bakery group photo

A pillar here is the Valrhona chocolate, a crowd favorite with meringue, luscious chocolate whipped cream and Valrhona chocolate shavings. Other popular choices are Hazelnut Pralinetopped with caramelized walnuts, and the Tiramisua bittersweet flavor perfect for those who love coffee.

the little meringue bakery

There is also tropical passion fruit, if you prefer something lighter with tangy notes. This fruity dessert is accompanied by a passion fruit cream coated with coconut crumble and slivers of passion fruit.

Each Wonderful is $9, but you can also get them in mini size at $18.80 for a box of fourWhere $24.80 for a box of six.

the little kaya bakery

Those who love buttery pastries will be delighted with the range of freshly baked croissants and snail-shaped danishes here. Get the Pandan Kaya Coconut Snail ($5.50)embellished with fragrant swirls of homemade kaya.

the little snail bakery

The Coconut Gula Melaka Snail ($5.50)a sticky, buttery dough with a caramelized sweetness, is another nod to Singaporean flavors.

According to owner Alexandre Kebabtchieff, the café will soon launch a new range of savory pastries. Stay tuned for their latest updates by following My Pick on IG.

Note that seating is limited – there were only two dining tables while we were there – so takeout could be better.

For more pastries in the area, head to Yeast Side’s latest Farrer Park outlet, just a five-minute walk from La Petite Boulangerie! Alternatively, read our Syip review if you’re looking for hip cafe food in Farrer Park.

Address: 2 Marne Road, Singapore 208393
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sun 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tel: 8428 3548
Website
La Petite Boulangerie is not a halal certified restaurant.

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Photos by Anthia Chng and Chew Yi En.
It was a media tasting at La Petite Boulangerie.

Anthia Chang

Living on a well-balanced diet of cakes and coffee