The coveted French pastries by a renowned patisserie will now be sold in central Singapore.
Le Matin Patisserie, owned by local chef Mohamed Al-Matin, will be firing up its biggest set of bakes from ION Orchard starting tomorrow.
Chef Al-Matin has worked with famed chefs like René Redzepi from Noma, named the world’s best restaurant, and with Taiwanese chef Andre Chiang from the defunct Restaurant Andre at Bukit Pasoh.
The 37-seater concept cafe will be serving its signature delicacies, as well as new creations for brunch, dinner and dessert.
The patisserie previously closed its Robinson Road outlet last October and a temporary pop-up at Raeburn Park.
Fan favorites like the flaky Almond Croissant (S$7.50), the Kouign Amann ($7.50), the escargot-stuffed Escargot Escargot (S$13) and the Smoked Cruffin (S$10) will be available all day long.
New bakes include their Ox Tongue & Wagyu Bresaola Croque Monsieur (S$21) made with sourdough brioche and layered Gruyere bechamel, sliced ox tongue, wagyu bresaola, mozzarella, parmesan, comte and gruyere, tomato relish and horseradish mayo; and the Korean White Peach (S$16) which comes with Valrhona Opalys chocolate, a boozy Korean white peach makgeolli compote, white peach and raspberry mousse and doused in raspberry chocolate.
There’s also the Sake Lees & Macadamia, Choux Bun (S$14) which is a choux bun baked with white sable, filled with Sake Lees mousse with a macadamia praline centre and topped with a macadamia yuzu crunch base, Sake Lees jelly, more yuzu and silver flake dust.
For brunch, start your day with the Wagyu Brioche Feuilletée (S$45) that comes with marbled wagyu ribeye cooked in smoked duck fat, onion marmalade, brown butter leek, crispy shiso fritters, yuzu salt and black garlic aioli.
Or get the Chutoro Brioche Feuilletée (S$38), a seafood alternative with sweet shoyu-cured chutoro fatty tuna, sea urchin butter, edamame mash, yuzu wasabi mayo and pickled red onions.
Other items include the Seafood Pot Pie (S$25), Smoked Beef Cheek Bahn Mi (S$19), Black Truffle Scrambled Eggs Croissant (S$36)
All brunch items come with a side of house salad.
As for desserts, end your meal with the Fromage de vos Reves (S$21), a cheese-heavy sweet made with rillat savarin mousse, reblochon creameux and comte sponge and served with a side of creme fraiche ice cream. There’s also the Pain Perdu (S$18) which is a French Toast with date and lacto-fermented plum jam, walnut praline and topped with brown butter ice cream.
Brunch and desserts are available for dine-in only from Wednesday to Sunday – 11am to 3pm for brunch and 6pm to 10pm for desserts.
Le Matin Patisserie
ION Orchard #B2-49, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801
Open 10am to 10pm daily
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