Malaysian pastry wunderkind Brian Tan's urbane dessert lounge sells the city's best cakes. Best of the best: his chocolate-orange mud cake covered with sea-salt-spiked caramel.
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At his neon-colored pastry shop, Philippe Conticini creates the ultimate in classic French pastries, like the Paris-Brest (choux pastry filled with whipped cream).
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Quay's expastry chef makes killer gingerbread ninja men.
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The new Notting Hill shop serves cacao-pulp cocktails under a glorious backlit, domed photo of cacao trees.
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The lure here: exquisite macarons and gorgeous cakes from Joël Robuchon's celebrity pâtissier, Patrick Mesiano.
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The French pastry megatalent has opened his first shop, selling his divine salted-butter caramels. Insider tip: The upstairs laboratory offers made-to-order caramel éclairs.
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