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Flor Patisserie

Flor Patisserie

Flor Patisserie






87%   (85 votes)
74 / 85


THE BUZZ:Flor Patisserieis a Japanese-styled patisserie thatoffers some of the best authentic Japanese-inspired French pastry inDuxton Hill, serving a fascinating collection of pastries that are suitable for birthday's, anniversaries and gifts. From ice cheese tarts and strawberry shortcake, its extensive menu is reflective of the cafe's efforts to cater to every palate.Flor Patisserie sweets include to a great fresh fruits and are lighter in season than regular French cakes.MUST TRY:Check out their mouthwatering pastries such asstrawberry shortcake, berry berries, waguri millefeuile and napoleon.

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Mon - Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00 - 21:00

2 Duxton Hill

Asian, Desserts, Japanese, Western

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