Taking knowledge from five generations of artisanal French bakers, PAUL has arrived at Marina Bay Link Mall. An iconic brand that prides itself as a Maison de Qualité since 1889, this 128 year-old business specialises in providing outstanding French fare for Singapore foodies. Their space in Marina Bay, found along Marina Boulevard, boasts the famous Parisian bread that’s subtle yet deliciously nutty as well as all the classics we all love – think croque madame, boef tartine and some very tempting pains au chocolat that are well worth a try. This charming spot also offers a balanced wellness menu that’s brimming with fresh fruits, quinoa, vegetables and whole grains, so you can keep things nicely balanced. Set within a chic and stylish space, PAUL in Marina Bay Link MAll a favourite among locals and is set to become your second home.
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Quick and efficient. Happy to dimension there again though food is average.
Happy with the meal and easy to find in the mall. Staff can smile more. Prefer if they can allow the potato to be replaced with salad upon request.
Dining at Singapore’s PAUL Marina Bay Link Mall is French experience that quite simply, cannot be missed. Not only is the bread and pastry from the patisserie selection mouthwatering to say the least, the dishes from the a la carte menu are reminiscent of what you would find in traditional Parisian brasseries. To begin, let’s start at the end… with desserts. PAUL at Marina Bay Link Mall offers a range of sweet treats including gaufre avec glace waffles topped with fresh berries, ice cream and housemade chocolate sauce as well as Éclair au chocolat and Feuillantine aux fraises filled with freshly made cream and strawberries. Feeling tempted yet?
For those in the mood for something a little more savoury at Singapore’s PAUL Marina Bay Link Mall, there is a wealth of choice just waiting for you. If you’re in for breakfast, sample the eggs Benedict of poached eggs on a toasted brioche on bed of turkey ham and spinach and topped with hollandaise sauce, or the famous French croque madame filled with ham, emmental cheese, cream and a runny fried egg. For later in the day, we recommend the salade niçoise made with tuna, lettuce, onion, eggs, potato and black olives. Be sure to keep a close eye out for the wellness menu – it’s all about balance, right?! With plenty more to choose from, head to this Francophile dream on Marina Bay’s Marina Boulevard for an experience you won’t soon forget.