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HANDCRAFTED: On offer at do:main bakery are "old-fashioned" French breads and pastries (above) and puffy apple turnovers among quintessential items; guests get to watch Chef Deshayes in action too.
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HANDCRAFTED: On offer at do:main bakery are "old-fashioned" French breads and pastries and puffy apple turnovers among quintessential items; guests get to watch Chef Deshayes (above) in action too.
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MOSTLY FRENCH: Bread & Hearth offers goodies you'd expect from a typical French bakery (above) as well as some innovative creations.
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BAKERY CULTURE: Artisan Boulangerie Co offers over 50 types of breads and pastries (above).
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BAKERY CULTURE: Chef Mayer (above) finds that French flour is an integral part of making authentic French breads.
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CUSTOMISED PRODUCTS: Chef Grilo (above) works with flour mills from the north of France to produce flour with chicory for his baguettes and a special dark rye flour with seven types of seeds for his pain de campagne.
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CUSTOMISED PRODUCTS: Chef Grilo works with flour mills from the north of France to produce flour with chicory for his baguettes and a special dark rye flour with seven types of seeds for his pain de campagne (above).
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CUSTOMISED PRODUCTS: Chef Grilo works with flour mills from the north of France to produce flour with chicory for his baguettes and a special dark rye flour with seven types of seeds for his pain de campagne (above).

Fresh French fare

Looking for the next best thing since sliced bread? New French bakeries in Singapore are offering Francophiles classic loaves and a cornucopia of traditional pastries.
Dec 6, 2014 5:50 AM

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do:main

226 Tanjong Katong Road. Tel: 6348 1406

AFTER teaching pastry techniques at Le Cordon Bleu Paris for 18 months and at At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy for the last nine years, Frederic Deshayes