PAUL is the French bakery restaurant known across the world for its commitment to traditional French bread. First established in 1889, these days some four million diners pass through the PAUL bakery restaurant doors every year, and nowhere is PAUL more popular than right here in Singapore. This particular restaurant, the Paragon branch on the infamous Orchard Road, is one of the busier Singapore locations and makes a wonderful spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner, acting as your home away from home. 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. The menu offers a vast amount of choice yet never compromises on quality, featuring everything from classic French breakfasts to gourmet sandwiches and indulgent desserts. Reserve a table now.
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If you’re stopping by PAUL at The Paragon for breakfast, why not begin with a fresh coffee and freshly baked French pastry? You can’t go wrong with a classic croissant (remember to tear and dip in your drink, just as the French do) or, for something a little sweeter, a tarte au sucre. Next you could move onto some famous PAUL pancakes, waffles or French toast, or go bigger with some breakfast eggs done all sorts of ways. The croque-madame is hard to beat and a very popular option not just on Orchard Road but in PAUL bakery restaurants all across Singapore. Whatever you order, rest assured that every dish is beautifully presented, flavoursome and fresh.
When you keep in mind that PAUL bakes 43 different kinds of French bread, lunch at this Singapore and Orchard gem becomes even more exciting. The traditional French sandwiches shouldn’t be missed at any cost, especially not the atlantique – a sesame PAUL flute filled with smoked salmon, lemon cream cheese, romaine lettuce and tomatoes. Should you not feel like bread, PAUL at The Paragon offers a range of vibrant salads, smaller plates and some classic French mains. Plus, lots of healthy ingredients such as whole grains and cereals, quinoa, fresh fruits and vegetables and dairy products in the mix. That way you can make the right decision for you when it comes to filling up at PAUL. Round things off with dessert – macarons, anyone? – and it’s not difficult to see why PAUL French bakery restaurants are such a global hit.
Has a classy posh patisserie feel to the place with quite a crowd. Price was decent and food/desserts were above average and waiting time for the food does tend to take a while.