35 A Keong Saik Road
A collaboration between Chefs Bertrand Raguin and Philippe Nouzillat bringing home style French classics such as Escargot, Duck Confit, Steak Tartare, Rabbit with Mustard sauce,Mackerel Fillets marinated in white wine, Baked Crispy Sea Scallops, Fresh summer salads, artisanal cheeses and an assortment of home made appetizers like pâtés, terrines and rillettes .Look out for regular promotions and exciting events alongside value lunches for a workday lunch!"
The restaurant manager Marie-Agnes received us with great hospitality. The food and wine is very good value for money. We tried the special tomato salad, Boeuf Bourguignon, the Escargots, and the wine is excellent. The decor remind us of Paris. Highly recommended for dinners.
Pierre L.R, 14 Nov 2013, 09:42
We were 4 for dinner; 2 went with the oh so cheap $35 three course set dinner. Myself and one other decided on a la carte. What came out of the set menu was nothing short of wonderful as my friends could not help saying how delicious and tasty their dishes were. For mains I had the Angus Ribeye cooked perfectly medium and was wonderfully juicy and tender. Probably one of the best steaks I had in a long time. My other friend decided to get adventurous and tried for his first time the braised rabbit leg. Did not get to taste that but I will say that it was unanimous, we enjoyed our food and wine. The French restaurant manager Marie recommended us a beautiful Bordeaux red which complimented our mains perfectly. We also had the opportunity to meet with the chefs who stopped at our table for a quick chat, which was so unexpectedly pleasant. Apart from the food, we also like the decor and the interesting pictures that lined the walls. So for the great evening and great service, thank you Taratata.
Max T, 10 Nov 2013, 08:36
Here's another must try for all French foodies. Sunday brunch at this Chinatown bistrot; really different, really yummy. I had both the ham & cheese cocotte, and ratatouille & Chorizo cocotte. I love how the flavours came together in this wonderful of a brunch recipe. My young nephews both had sweet savoury appetites and dived in for the crepes. They were obviously not disappointed either as they went for second orders. A big thanks to the service staff who were so nice and patient with my two messy companions. We'll be back.
Pat Lee, 10 Nov 2013, 07:14
Delightful French bistrot. Enjoyed their traditional Escargot Bourguignon with home made fresh herbs and garlic butter and their exceptional pan-fried foie gras. To top it all was the wonderful seasonal Mont'Dor cheese. Service was good and the ambience was sweet cosy.
Evangeline JW, 10 Nov 2013, 06:29