La Levain Bakery Café has opened in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood in Singapore. Excitingly, the bakery’s dedicated to serving an array of French-inspired artisanal pastries with a twist.
Specifically, La Levain is known for experimenting with baked goods, developed by renowned pastry chef and owner, Wythe Soon. For example, the bakery is famous for their exotic Bo Bo Cha Cha croissants and speculoos cruffins.
Pastries lovers can devour more than 50 different baked goods on offer. Think rare cruffins and breads from $4, muffins from $2.50, filled sandwiches at $5, huge pies from $32, cookie bundles at $18 and much more.
Indeed, you must try the instagrammable and unique cruffins. Flavours include citrus, matcha, Ferrero Rocher Nutella, pistachio salted caramel, to name a few.
Additionally, the bakery offers signature boxes starting at $32, with plenty of must-have fusion items. Such as, brunt cheese croissants and banana Danish pastries.
The bakery café interior boasts a 20-seater modern space, decorated in hues of grey, neon lighting displays and wooden furniture. Indeed, it’s a vibrant space to enjoy brunches, coffees paired with pastries, and much more.
Certainly, La Levain bakery in Singapore takes influence from Chef Wythe’s love for French and viennoiserie classics, inspired by his global travels, with an added touch of personal creativity and local flavour.