Recommended by ieatishootipost. The Seafood Pot Pie had a rich and creamy seafood stew coming together really nicely with salmon, snapper, prawns, mussels, clams and scallops, in a layered crispy pastry, and topped with briny trout roe. The Kouign Amman was good too, layered, doughy yet soft inside, crispy outside and balanced in terms of its caramelly sweetness.
Le Matin Patisserie at Ion Orchard is helmed by a former pastry sous chef of Noma restaurant which once held the title of the best restaurant in the world. Chef Mohamed Al-Matin is back in Singapore to share his passion for fine dining and patisserie through Le Matin Patisserie.