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Address : 74 Race Course Rd, Little India, Singapore 218574

Time : 9.00 am to 11 pm

Phone : +65 6291 5291

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About French Corner Sweet Shop

French Corner is the latest Indian sweet shop to open in Singapore. It opened its doors on November 2015 and is going to serve only Indian sweets.

A premium Indian sweet shop from Pondicherry, India. It has 26 outlets in the city of Pondicherry and the newly opened Singapore outlet is its first foray outside of Pondicherry.

The name French Corner is homage to the French identity of Pondicherry which used to be under French colonial rule. The Indian sweet shop serves up over 100 types of Indian sweets from across India. The interesting about the shop is that all of its Indian sweets are freshly made here in Singapore.

Place Categories: F&B and Indian Sweet Shop.

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    Newbie (115 PTS)

    Sep 01, 2017 French Corner Sweet Shop

    Having being told that there was a new place for Indian sweets I decided to drop in and take a look. True enough, a bright spanking place with typical cake display showcases welcomed me as I walked into the shop.
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    Newbie (90 PTS)

    Jan 29, 2017 French Corner Sweet Shop

    3 words to summarise: Overpriced Stale Sweets Terrible TastePurchased some Mithai (indian sweets), the lady made up the prices as she went along.The mithai was stale, tasted horrible, and conned with the pricing.....A huge thumbs down, avoid this place, there are much better places in little India such as Kailash Prabat
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    Superstar (2940 PTS)

    Dec 26, 2015 French Corner Sweet Shop

    French Corner is a welcome addition to Race Course Rd. They have a great selection of Indian sweets (both North and South Indian sweets). The sweets are freshly made at the location and hence have a better taste to them.
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    Newbie (140 PTS)

    Dec 26, 2015 French Corner Sweet Shop

    Having being told that there was a new place for Indian sweets I decided to drop in and take a look. True enough, a bright spanking place with typical cake display showcases welcomed me as I walked into the shop. On the left and right, colourful and attractive Indian sweets beckoned and my friend and I decided to try a few of them. It was a pity the sweets weren't named, so I just chose dependant on colour and "gut" feel - it was more like a game of chance. It would have been nice if the owners did not assume that their visitors would know what were the ingredients within these sweets - and having being warned countless times that all Indian sweets were sugar laden, I was just hoping that this time TMI (too much information) would be present but unfortunately it was not. I didn't actually know how to call them - were they pastries or flour or what? My friend pointed out the jalebi, it was a pure sugar in twirl form - and everything else was not labelled (sigh).There were also some savouries and nuts but when asked if I could taste them, there was none to taste and I was not about to buy packets of snacks which I may not be able to finish. It's not clear if the shop is catering more for takeaways but if one was to sit down on the tables at the centre of the restaurant and have people stare at what we were eating, then surely some form of hot beverage (like Indian tea) could be served instead of more sugar laden soft drinks! All in all, this shop screams for loads of improvement to survive in this busy street next to the likes of the very popular Apollo Banana Leaf and Delhi Restaurant.
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