About PAUL - Westgate

The talented team behind Singapore’s PAUL are wowing foodies with six dine-in spaces in the city, showcasing the best of bistro-style French fare. Coming off the success of the revered bakery and patisserie that was founded in 1889, you can now indulge in quality fare at any time of day – which suits us down to a tee. This branch at Westgate in Jurong East is stylish yet relaxed and boasts a menu brimming with all the French classics you know and love alongside decadent and indulgent pastries and desserts that we highly advise you save plenty of room for. Located at Jurong East, PAUL Westgate is a must for Francophiles and foodies alike so reserve a table and discover what the fuss is all about.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm
10:00 am - 9:30 pm


PAUL - Westgate
3 Gateway Drive, 01-05
Singapore 608532

Menu Highlights



Soup of the Day


Grilled Beef Tartine

Tartine bread with grilled beef on a bed of cream cheese and caramelised onions, topped with balsamic glaze.


Egg Benedict

Two poached eggs on a bed of turkey ham, fresh spinach & toasted brioche, topped with red mizuna and hollandaise sauce.

Omelette complete

Large omelette (made with 3 eggs) with turkey ham, spinach & cheese. Served with toasts, turkey bacon, harissa chicken sausages, potato pancake, sauteed mushrooms & baked beans.

Croque Madame

Toasted pain de mie with turkey ham, emmental cheese & cream, topped with a sunny side up.


Aspargus Salad

Green asparagus with smoked turkey breast, cherry tomatoes, half-boiled egg & Parmesan cheese shavings.

Niçoise Salade

Grilled tuna loin, romaine lettuce, red onions, French beans, eggs, potatoes vince & black olives.


Profiterole au chocolat

Choux with chocolate ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate sauce & marble cake cubes.

Gaufre avec glace

Waffles with fresh berries and vanilla soft ice cream, drizzled with homemade chocolate sauce.


Café Americano

Regular Black Coffee

L'Onctueux glacé

PAUL's very own blend of PAUL chocolate over ice.

Main Menu

Chocolate Extravagance Menu


A la Carte Menu


More about PAUL - Westgate, Singapore

PAUL is known across Singapore for serving seriously delicious French cuisine and offers a whole host of bread, croissants and desserts as well as an array of savoury dishes made with fresh ingredients that are loaded with flavour. If you’re visiting PAUL Westgate for breakfast, be sure to pair your café au lait with a croque madame made with turkey ham, emmental cheese, cream and a fried egg, or an omelette cooked with ham, spinach and cheese and served with toast, bacon, harissa chicken sausages, potato pancake, mushrooms and beans. Feeling tempted yet?

If you’re paying Singapore’s PAUL Westgate a visit a little later in the day, we recommend you begin with boef tartine served on a bed of cream cheese and caramelised onions or the ever-delicious soup of the day served with rustic French bread. Then, you’ll find a whole host of French-style favourites including grilled rack of lamb, escargot de Bourgogne and a traditional beef oxtail stew. Be sure to sample something more indulgent though, as the profiterole au chocolat (choux puff with chocolate ice cream, topped with chocolate sauce, French butter marble cake squares and whipped cream) or gaufre avec glace (waffles with your choice of soft ice cream) makes the perfect end to a delicious feast at PAUL Westgate. You’ll find this Jurong East spot on Gateway Drive – book your table now!

5 PAUL - Westgate Reviews

Very Good
5 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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JEREMY M.4 months ago · 12 reviews

very good food, service is excellent & attentive & overall a good experience!!! there needs to be better explanation of the menu cause this is my first time there...

James W.19 days ago · 5 reviews

Good food - bakery is nice! Ambience is cosy. Slightly expensive but worth trying once in a while. Good for tea break! Keep it up

Suvi S.2 months ago · 14 reviews

The yoghurt and croissant i ate were very delicious. Unfortunately they had run out of coca cola zero/light which was the reason i chose this place over some cafeteria like starbucks.

Manda T.a month ago · 2 reviews

Good service and decent food. Slightly crowded as it’s a Long weekend but servers were prompt. Nice place for a chill out session with friends