Paul is in Singapore. This french cafe is popular in europe and the one time I've been, I've only had a croissant and an orangina, which were both alright, though this was after a pretty long flight. I was pretty hungry when I decided to have to lunch at the new Singapore branch. Also, I wanted something other than asian food, which is weird, I can't seem to eat asian food all the time anymore.
Service was pretty alright and the waitresses were really smiley which was quite refreshing
For drinks, I ordered a Lemon iced tea, I liked that it wasn't too sweet.
After that I had a croque madame, which was turkey slices between paul's famous soft bread with emmental cheese and a fried egg on it and a salad.
I liked the minimal dressing on the salad, tasty and not overpowering. However, the fact that this cost 17.90SGD for what is essentially a turkey sandwich and salad made it a bit overpriced.
And there wasn't anything special about it to be honest.
After being disappointed, I decided that I should have dessert anyway. I had passed the bakery on the way in and the mega macarons looked good.
I got the seasonal fruits tart and I was glad i got it, the fruits were fresh and yummy and the base and cream were not too soggy and not too sweet respectively.
I think that if you wanted something savory for lunch, Paul might be overpriced. The sweets however appear to be pretty popular, I'd like to go back for tea.