Palais Des Douceurs, District 1

HO CHI MINH CITY | Palais Des Douceurs is a French patisserie and cafe in District 1, hidden above shoe store, Annas. Head to the rear of the shoe store and up the stairs to find the patisserie.

It’s a quiet and relaxing space, with light timber floors, white walls, and light furniture. Bookshelves and cabinets filled with cookbooks and trinkets complete the look.

A cabinet at the front counter showcases the cakes on offer, lots of delicious French delicacies. Choose your cake here, or head to a table where the staff will bring you a food and drink menu.

Signature cake include apple and assam tea tiramisu (lady finger cake soaked in Assam tea syrup, sautéed apple, Italian mascarpone and Assam tea mousse), rose lychee (soft sponge cake, lychee mousse, dried rose petals, dark chocolate, and raspberries), and empure (vanilla cake with pear, sugar, bourbon vanilla, and almond mousse).

Beyond cakes, there’s also things like croissants, cookies, and other pastries. To drink, it’s an assortment of teas, coffee, juices, and cocktails.


Palais Des Douceurs

1F, 87 Đ. Nguyễn Trãi
District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam

Telephone: +84 2839 252 779
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Wed – Mon: 9:30am to 10:00pm

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