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FLOR Patisserie is a Japanese-styled patisserie serving authentic Japanese inspired French pastry, where you can choose to dine in or to take out.We take pride in using only the freshest and best quality ingredients in our pastries that have been sourced from overseas and locally. To add to that, our chef from Japan brings with him over 20 years of Japanese baking techniques, and has spent a year and a half tailoring our signature cakes to suit the climate and taste of Singapore.

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Why Flor?

‘Flor’ is a Portuguese word for flower, and is pronounced in Japanese as ‘fu-ro-ru’. Widely recognised and accepted as a symbolic representation of love, passion, and beauty, the flower embodies the delicate balance of nature and beauty.

Chef Yamashita draws his inspiration for his cakes from flowers, and in turn, incorporates the symbolic elements of flowers into his sweet creations.


Like the flower that is a gift from Mother Nature, Chef Yamashita’s gift to you is his selection of delectable and colourful offerings, which are his interpretation of the colours, freshness, and life of a flourishing floral garden.

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Allow us to enlighten you on each of their unique yummy goodness!
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Wakakusayama (若草山) refers to the famous three continuous mountains in Nara, Japan (Chef Yamashita's hometown), known for their stunning wide expanse of green pasture. Here at FLOR, we have modeled our own Wakakusayama after the green mountains by piping kyoto-uji matcha cream over the impossibly soft, honey-infused green tea sponge, which is swiss-rolled with our own home-made red bean cream.
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The Fruits Yogurt is designed specially for cake-loving people who struggles with the calorie issue on whether to eat (and satisfy that daily craving for cakes and all things sweet) or not to eat (and take consolation in having to run less on the treadmill). Well, listen closely, this healthy cake combines white, silky yogurt mousse (a layer of soft sponge hides in there somewhere) with refreshing passionfruit jelly and a bouquet of fresh fruits on the top.
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Eating creme caramel is not about watching it wobble, it is about appreciating the smooth, lump-free texture, and how its lovely notes of caramel harmonizes so well with the not-too-sweet chocolate cream. On a warm day, you can even feel its chilly touch as it slides down your throat effortlessly.
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The etymology of "gratin" in French language means "to scrap" as of the "scrapings" of bread or cheese (featured in the French classic gratin dauphinois). At FLOR, we "scrap" hard nougat and scatter them atop a wide shallow bowl of rich custard cream and macerated strawberries (and sponge that is soaked in strawberry syrup). Hence the play of contrasting textures, the thick luxurious custard cream and delicate, crunchy caramels of almond (hard nougat).
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2 Duxton Hill 089588
Tel : 6223 8628
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42 Siglap Drive 456167
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391 Orchard Road 238872
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Back again.. Need not say more just look at my BUY... Attractive enough to make return.
Mango Pie...my whole family favourite Sold out daily by 3pm               Tried a few other Japanese cake shop but this is still the BEST.  
Mont Blanc is a really pretty cake to have for a birthday. The best part is it tasted just as good as its look. Flor Patisserie has been a trusted brand for a while to order cake for different occassion. One of my favourite cakes among all is Mont Blanc. The sponge cake is soft and topped with yummy french chestnut cream and the whole sweetened chestnuts all the way from Japan. The cake is further decorated with strawberries and blueberries. Strongly recommended.
The cake at Flor Patisserie really tasted very nice!!! And now the taste of cake still lingers in my mind. Went to Flor Patisserie with my classmates lately. This was my first try and Flor Patisserie really impressed me very much!! I had ordered a strawberry cake. The cake tasted fresh and delicious. The cake had a smooth mouth-feel and the presence of cream was just nice, not making me feel greasy and the cream tasted fresh and there was a little bit sweetness in the cream which made me very likely. Will definitely visit the shop again.. and try other cakes..
- The Shop Flor Pâtisserie is set up by Chef Yamashita that was previously from the popular Patisserie Glace. The little cosy place is located in a shophouse along Duxton Hill. They have few small tables indoor & outdoor that is not able to serve a crowd. Their Japanese-Styled Patisserie are entirely made of natural and fresh ingredients. They emphasis on using only the freshest and best quality ingredients without any preservatives/raising agents/stabilisers in their patries. ‘Flor’ is a Portuguese word for flower, and is pronounced in Japanese as ‘fu-ro-ru’. Widely recognised and accepted as a symbolic representation of love, passion, and beauty, the flower embodies the delicate balance of nature and beauty. All their cakes look very pretty and are mostly filled with tropical delights. - The Food BEST SELLER Waguri Millefeuille @ $6.80Delicate strands of French chestnut cream piped over a sandwich of crisp, flaky puff pastry and pastry cream, topped with sweetened Japanese chestnuts. BEST SELLER Napoleon @ $6.50Traditional Napoleon, made with Chef\'s signature puff pastry, the strawberry version. SIGNATURE Berry Berries @ $5.50Using traditional French method of aeration which does not use any chemical leavening, Chef Yamashita creates his signature strawberry shortcake, which consists of naturally soft sponge filled with fresh strawberries and luscious cream, topped with summer berries. Original Ice Cheese Tart @ $3.20In a tartlette of an almond cookie and FLOR\'s signature creamcheese filling, there is a flurry of tastes and textures; featured most prominently is the melt-in-your-mouth lightly salted creamcheese filling, followed by the incredibly fragrant crunch of the almond cookie. Lucky you if you like this cheese tart as it can be kept in the freezer for up to 3weeks! - My Opinion The sponge cakes are soft & moist and I believe they use the same sponge cake as the base for all their cakes because they taste alike to me. Don\'t be deceive by the thick white cream. You won\'t get sick of it even you have to finish the whole slice of cake by yourself. I suppose they are made of egg white and sugar instead of whipping cream therefore it\'s so light. However the French chestnut cream from Waguri Millefeuille are too sweet after a few mouth, but the overall is still good, infinitely better tasting than those overly sweet, crusty, gritty frosting made with shortening and powdered sugar. I will definitely be back to try other mouth-watering cake!
Anyway, I have tried Flor Patisserie for the first time even though i\'m a supporter of Chef Yamashita. Needless to say, his cakes all are simply so fresh and yummy. Its tasted absolutely marvellous! Ordered a high tea set and an individual tart. I definitely enjoy the cakes and the afternoon. The cakes still lingers in my mind and I would like to try the rest of its selections.
All of us love the mango pie ($6), I am especially impressed with the flaky pastry and dense almond-laced filling. The mango pie was the sweetest and heaviest amongst everything we tried but it wasn\'t cloying at all. Baked creme d’amande tart filled with pastry cream, and topped with fresh ripe mango and blueberries. This has a superbly moist and buttery tart base and is so darn good that I had it on both of my visits.
This place serves yummy French pastries with Japanese influence. It is baked by a Japanese Chef Yamashita. Located at Duxton Hill but they just open a branch at Takashimaya last Oct. This Patisserie shop has limited seating with a few tables & chairs. A glass display shows their cakes available. Note that they only accept cash in the shop, no credit card facilities in the shop.
Was at the Duxton area with my friends for brunch and we HAD to try out Flor as we love Glace (Chef Yamashita, the man behind the yummy cakes at Glace, opened Flor). The cakes were all about $6-7. The Cacao Royal was good, chocolate was rich and dense, but nothing special. The Earl Grey Chocolat was surprisingly sweet (I had expected a tea cake to be not-so sweet), but my friends loved it. There was a slice of banana inside the cake too, which was an interesting addition. However the unanimous favourite was The Vert (the green in french, i think). Its a green tea sponge/mousse cake, and it was sooo good. The green tea is flavourful but not overpowering, and its neither too sweet nor bitter, given a really fragrant aftertaste. The combination of sponge and cream makes this an easy cake to eat. Really interesting and recommended! Will definitely be back to try their other cakes, especially the much raved about strawberry shortcake. Spending: Approximately SGD 6(Other)
Love this little cake shop. Everything is so neat and pretty and presented so wonderfully. It\'s not very expensive considering it\'s not a mass-market bakery. The little madeleines and cookies and macarons are wrapped individually and you can buy them in single portions. They taste great! Very moreish and not greasy. You can taste the premium ingredients being used. They have other colourful cakes in the display case but I haven\'t tried those yet. Service is nice and friendly.
The cakes here are quite unique and many have tried to copy them. I like that now they have little takeaway individual packs of muffins, cookies, macaroons and madeleines. It\'s priced reasonably and it\'s very well presented. I love the simplicity of their individual takeaway snacks. The macaroon was very delicious! Everything is baked to perfection. The service is nice and friendly. Love their big cakes in the window display. It\'s all very pretty and would make great presents!
Yeah! We always buy cakes from Flor Patisserie for any of our function or event. We simply love their cakes, its kind of addicted despite of the pricey price (Cos we are the supporter of Chef Yamashita). We got a log cake for our Xmas eve celebration which we have reserved around a week earlier before Xmas. The Xmas log cake was so pretty and beautifully decorated. The cake needless to say, it was so delicious, soft and fresh! I always love to enjoy their cake with a cup of coffee. Its simply yummy! Spending: Approximately SGD 8
My first time to FLOR Pâtisserie. Ordered a high tea set and an individual tart. The tart was an ice cheese tart. As a fan of cheese, the taste was pretty right. It is not as sweet those I have eaten. The cheese taste was balanced as well. I definitely enjoy the cakes and the afternoon. The cakes still lingers in my mind and I would like to try the rest of its selections.
Iam always here whenever i am in town. Their delicious cakes are the motivation behind my intention to be in the vicinity, either intentionally or unintentionally. My all time favorite has to be Wakakusayam, a swiss roll of honey-infused green tea and their exclusive red bean cream then nicely decorated with slice of strawberry and Japanese chestnut and red bean. I have always ended up with a piece or two, to have it for afternoon break or even have it refrigerated and have it the next day for breakfast. If you have yet to try Wakakusayama then you should, this is one of the most delicious cakes that i ever eaten so far.Spending: Approximately SGD 6.80
I have always been a fan of japanese cakes and pastries and was delighted to have discovered Flor Patisserie at Duxton Hill. I decided to order a slice of Moint Blanc. The cake is topped with fresh fruits like blueberries and strawberry. The sponge cake was really soft and fluffy. The creamy chestnut cream is the highlight of the cake.
A pretty well known pastry shop that have won the hearts of many! We had strawberry shortcake in celebration of one of our fellow colleague\'s birthday. The cake comes in a pretty bow. I assume it\'s their signature design. The cake is fluffy accompanied by layers of cream. It tasted perfect on the whole, with fruits, sponge cake and cream.Yummy!
This place serves yummy French pastries with Japanese influence. It is baked by a Japanese Chef Yamashita. Located atDuxton Hill but they just open a branch at Takashimaya this Oct. This Patisserie shop has limited seating with a few tables & chairs.A glass display shows their cakes available. Note that they only except cash in the shop, no credit card facilities in the shop. The pieces of cakes & pastries are on the high side at $6.50 a slice and marron pie at $4.20. Hot drink like tea is around $4 except for a small bottle of Fiji spring water AT $1.50. But the taste and quality did not disappoint. In fact the small whole cake was at affordable price from $24 which can eat 4-5pax. Wakakusayama若草山 This super soft green teaSwiss roll is piped with green tea cream and red bean cream. On top it has 1 slice of strawberry.Waguri Millefeuille 和栗ミルフィーユ Layers of flaky puff pastry filled with cream and piped with French Chestnut Cream on top and decorate with chestnut.Bienen ビーネン It is mixture of butterscotch with 3 types of nuts; almond, walnut andpeanut sitting on sweet short pastry. Marron Pie マロンパイ The marron pie has puff pastry as the base filled with almond cake that taste like sugee cake and topped with macaroon texture.This usual pie is delicious with each bites and the contrasting texture matched very well. Thinking of it makes me crave for it,I must get more when I am next at FLOR. The cakes and pastry are of a high standard even though prices are on the high sides but you pay for quality. I like that the items are not overpowering sweet and has different texture with each bits. They do not use preservatives or baking agent and is freshly baked dailySpending: Approximately SGD 6.50
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