At Janice Wong MGM, sweet dreams are made of these: homemade Italian gelato; dainty pastries and tarts; sublime cakes and eclairs; an amazing array of handmade chocolates; and one of the biggest chocolate fountains in the world.
Janice Wong MGM is the vision of Janice Wong, voted Asia’s Best Pastry Chef for 2013 and 2014 at the prestigious San Pellegrino Asia Top 50, as well as Pastry Chef of the Year in 2011, 2013 and 2015 by World Gourmet Summit.
Janice Wong MGM is a sweets shop where customers can observe a live chocolate, crepe and dessert station, take out confectioneries and pastries or dine in for a sweet dessert experience. It is also the place for artisanal coffee and tea, as well as delectable savory items, which can be shared on a charming terrace surrounded by the Spectacle digital display and beside one of the biggest chocolate fountains in the world – a 7.3-meter high sculpture spouting rivers of dark, milk and white chocolate.
Visionary, artist, author, culinary stylist and photographer, Chef Janice Wong says, “Your world is your imagination. I am driven by a continuous pursuit of perfection and reflecting an appreciation for imperfection in my craft. This pastry concept I have created is the epitome of the pastry dream where one can smell, taste and feel all things sweet. It is the modern day sweets wonderland marrying pastry and art together.”MENU
Janice Wong Singapore is proud to announce their partnership with the world-renowneddepartment store, Harrods. The new concession launch sees the introduction ofJanice Wong’s Crayon Box, an edible chocolate adventure of chocolate crayons inmultiple colours and flavours, set to inspire the artist inside us all.
The team behind award-winning Singapore pastry chef Janice Wong’snever-ending passion for culinary art has propelled the brand forward to testthe limits of dessert and chocolate making. Janice Wong Singapore has redefinedthe dessert experience, pushing the boundaries between sweet and savoury. Withthe launch of the Harrods concession, the Janice Wong brand will continue toexpand in the global markets and to reach a larger customer base within theretail confectionary segment.
Janice Wong’s longest-spanning exhibition to date in WONDERBOX, Seoul, Korea will be a permanent work for three years starting from March 2019.
In addition to the long-term installation, a Janice WongWONDERBOX retail store launched in May 2019, focusing on an experience-drivenapproach by offering an immersive environment in which customers can exploreand discover.