If you like French cuisine but are unfamiliar with PAUL, you’re in for a real treat. No, we’re not talking about a cool guy named Paul – we’re talking about one of Singapore’s most beloved family of French restaurants. The PAUL we have in mind is located in Takashimaya, the well-known Japanese department store on Orchard Road. So, if you’re shopping ‘til you’re dropping, why not end your spending spree with a well-deserved French dinner at PAUL, 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. This bistro began baking bread in the 19th century and is showing no signs of slowing down, so be sure to reserve a table and taste French cuisine made for everyone.
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PAUL got its start in France way back in 1889 with humble beginnings as a family-run bakery. Nowadays, you’ll find over 500 PAUL pastry shops and restaurants around the world, all offering a large selection of artisanal breads alongside a menu of exceptional French dishes. There are six locations in Singapore alone, including this one inside of Takashimaya shopping centre on Orchard Road.
PAUL at Takashimaya on Orchard Road is famous for its bread, so be sure to try one of the delicious sandwiches on offer – we like the sesame camembert and the tomato mozzarella, but there’s plenty more where that came from. It’s not just bread and sandwiches here at PAUL though, you’ll also find tasty main courses including French classics like grilled rack of lamb with seasonal vegetables or more contemporary options like soft shell crab pasta in spicy Asian sauce. 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. And if you like desserts, PAUL does not disappoint. The macarons (best served with a cup of coffee) are on another level. Book a table ahead of time to avoid disappointment.