|$15+ worth of baked goods|
What's in the bag? Kouign Amann (since it is like one of the much raved item), chocolate croissant, a brioche ('coz been looking for one) and a pandan flan (now, this was what caught my eye!).
|kouign amann (@$3.50)|
|round and round it goes, the layers|
|buttery and very sweet|
Hmmm, kouign amann felt like a candy to me. Very sticky, sweet and buttery. Like a treat that one can have, once in a while.
Chocolate croissant was of a large size, and it probably should, since a piece of that, is the same price as a plate of chicken rice.
|chocolate croissant (@$3.20)|
|can you find the chocolate?|
|natural brioche (@$2.50)|
Popped the brioche into a toaster oven for a few minutes prior to serving, and one gets a soft, fluffy buttery roll. Yums. Ate mine with some jam and emmental cheese. Nice.
|brioche, the inside story|
|found this in my fridge!|
|add some sweetness|
|topped with emmental cheese|
The very truth that attracted me to the bakery that day (besides curiosity about Monsieur Gontran Cherrier's recipe), was this bright yellow looking pie. Turned out to be a pandan flan. It looked huge amongst its neighbouring treats. And packed in a nice yellow box too!
|cheery looking box|
|flaky pastries for crust|
The flan smells like tofu and tasted like kaya. Hahaha, that'd how I'd think it was, for me. The pandan fragrance was very faint, and it doesn't have the strong pandan taste. It's texture was softer than it looked. Very likeable!
|soft, with just the right sweetness|