I LOVE Paris Baguette Cafe!

Remembering the PARIS BAGUETTE cafe you saw when you were touring around in South Korea?

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Good News. PARIS BAGUETTE has made its way into Singapore!

Check out PARIS BAGUETTE cafe at #02-48/53 Wisma Atria, Orchard Rd!

The bakery reminds you of Korea!

And the breads and cakes are just some awfully creative and beautiful…but also awfully expensive….


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DSC_0036Bakers at work…Do not disturb.

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Softness White Bread… it costs $5.50…

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Nice paper bags for wrapping the breads …
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Doesn’t this look like an UFO? FLYING UFO…it costs $2.60!
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Is it cheese inside the UFO?
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Italian Chicken Calzone at S$3.60
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Doesn’t it look like Singapore curry puff?
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The fillings inside the Italian Chicken Calzone….

DSC_0803This is called ‘Milky Almond Cubic’…

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DSC_0805Inside of the Milky Almond Cubic…it costs $2.40

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DSC_0053The Bill…

After experiencing the nice bakery import from Korea, Watch this Video: 

The life of a Korean – Hong Younghee

Hong Younghee: An Unexpected Advocate by Jarrod Hall 

 

Watch VIDEO – http://vimeo.com/32081911

Hong Younghee: An Unexpected Advocate from Jarrod Hall on Vimeo.

Hong Younghee lives in a famous, historic house in the South Korean countryside. She opens her house to the public as a historical site and a tea-house, and every day of the year people from all over the world come to visit. Mrs Hong is also a practitioner of Falun Gong and a passionate advocate of human rights in China. She informs everyone who visits her house about the persecution of Falun Gong in China and encourages them to step forward and add their voices to the call for an end to the brutality.