Patisserie Fleur is a bakery cafe home to delicate and dainty European and French pastries.
It's the type of place that invites you to stay for a while. The modern and minimalist interior comes with high ceilings and plenty of seating.
The thing to get here is definitely the eclairs. These and other pastries line the display case at the counter and are definitely Instagrammable.
The La Rose Candide ($5.95) is made with a raspberry mousse base, rose syrup and lychee puree and a Japanese matcha biscuit base. The edible flower on top is a nice touch.The Sonne de Joie ($6.95) is avocado and mango meringue mixed with lime jam and thyme. The flavour combination is definitely unusual but it works.
The Nuage Cremeux ($7.50) is heavy on the mango, with a mango mousse, orange whipped cream, and tiny chunks of fresh mangoes on top.
The Saint Honore ($7.20) is a vanilla pastry cream puff with light mascarpone cream filling and puff pastry infused with caramel and vanilla flavours.
The Tartine Jaune ($7.85) contains lemon and orange cream with a light waffle bottom. It's studded with baked meringue on top.
Croissants (starting from around $3.80) here go beyond the standard butter variety and get topped and stuffed with chocolate and nuts.
To drink, don't miss the Dirty Coffee ($5.95), basically a latte topped with marshmallows, salt and chocolate shavings. It's pure decadence.
Patisserie Fleur is also open late. They don't close their doors until 10 p.m. nightly and 11 p.m. on weekends.