The Place Let’s just say there is finally a good patisserie in the west, specifically Jurong East. Lee’s Confectionery is a relatively new kid on the block, located about ten minutes walk from Chinese Garden Station and is a stone’s throw from Jurong East Swimming Complex. The dessert shop is located within the HDB block, spotting a simple and neat looking space with limited seats. The man behind Lee’s Confectionery also bears the same surname, where the creations are French inspired based on his background on French patisseries. The glass display and style of the desserts does remind me of Mad About Sucre in Outram.
The Food The counter on display shows the flavours available on the day, where pre-order is required for medium or large portions of the pastry. Coffee is also available, using beans from Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee. As there were eight of us, it was an easy decision to have one of each of the six flavours available. We started with the Madu (S$8), which is basically honey malt centric. It is a nice balance of honeycomb and salted caramel, and is one of my favourite flavours here.
The Tart (S$8) is also