Amiral Atelier – Japanese French Inspired Pastries at Paragon

Amiral Atelier occupies the previous space by Dulcet & Studio at Paragon shopping centre located at the basement helmed by Chef Sae. Right next to Starbucks, the cafe is one that you might just easily walked past without giving a second glance but it packed a few French-Japanese inspired pastries and light meals like ochazuke


The place isn’t big with less than 10 tables so it will easily get filled up during peak hours



Matcha Brownies


Genmaicha $5.80


Hot Matcha $6.50


The matcha is prepared traditionally by whisking upon order so you get the clear taste of matcha

But I think what I like more about the tea are the small cookies on the side. The fragrant sesame with brown sugar cookies and the ginger cookies were to die for. So delicious


(from left) Chocolate Mousse Cake with Coffee & Caramel $8.50

Cheesecake with Japanese Strawberries & Pistachio $8.50

Matcha Brownie $6.50


I like the matcha brownie. It was smooth and soft with a distinct matcha taste topped with a thin piece of white chocolate matcha. The cheesecake was light but I felt like there isn’t much punch in flavours. The chocolate mousse was decent with a deep, bitter chocolate taste balanced by a smooth caramel without much taste of coffee


I like the space and design. It feels zen and very Japanese. The pastries, in my opinion, could have been better but I wouldn’t mind dropping by the cafe for a quick tea time break. Looking at reviews, the cafe should have already improved leaps and bounds from when it just opened but I think they could still do some more

Amiral Atelier

Paragon Shopping Centre

290 Orchard Road, #B1-25

Singapore 238859