Top French Restaurants in Singapore

Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Cuisine, Dining:

French gastronomic cuisine often costs more (or remains usually a top pick for tourists in Paris that lament high charges), still one may find reasonable choices of decent price/pedigree proportions.

Factored are 3 major components for overall meal charges, with French “gastronomique” cuisine pushing these over to the high end:

Ingredients: French prefer organic, premium grade ingredients which originate from rural stock suppliers, while prepared using high craft, effort using careful cooking.

Red-meat, greens, seasoning, all receive highly methodical cooking, spices, herbs, sauces, majority emerging over “short circuit” preparation, bills reaching up to 10x usual prices of factory-made, or high volume food producers.

Restaurants usually, often source to get premium sources for procuring regular, frequent shipping from local farms. Such remain often a) superior b) high cost.

Staffing: For crafting top grade cuisine, this requires many hired human staff.

The core service within the gastronomic diner most often demands minimally 6 up to 8 staff for getting meals ready.

All from the “brigade” (French term describing chef’s team) see to the partial and rather restricted types of work: 1 produces some sauce, 1 slices or preps greens, 1 handles meat, 1 more prepares fish, 1 preps salad-leaves, 1 handles mechanical cooking.

Such staff require high salary costs, for their culinary technique or for keeping skilled chefs for quality cooking.

Then, note that including taxes, staff salaries amount to around up to 1,8x overall charges for eateries.

French gastronomic cuisine strongly resembles “haute couture” in which all gets prepared by trained chefs with professional training, with just minimal teams, staff, using premium ingredients (using the grade of crafting which comes only paralleled by Japanese), bearing culinary mastery.

 

Choupinette Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Choupinette

Specialty Since 2002, a charming French heaven for breakfast, brunch, lunch, teatime, all day dining. The amount of passion and effort the Choupinette crew has for their work is something you must taste for yourself. Try Eggs Royale, Salmon seared to perfection, Signature Hollandaise Sauce, caramelized Crème Brule and Chocolate Brownie.

Services: Duck confit, beef lasagna, sandwiches, mushroom soup, croque monsieur

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]m
Website https://www.facebook.com/ChoupinetteCafe/
Address 607 Bukit Timah Rd #01-01 Singapore, Singapore 269708
Telephone +65-6466 0613
Opening hours 8 am to 10 pm
Review 1 Food is very delicious and not too expensive. Ambience is great for couple. Although place is small, managed to get a booking on friday night 1 hour before dinner
Review 2 Was strongly recommended by a friend to try the Egg Benedict here in Choupinette and it truly never disappoint. Ordered the Egg Benedict set meal, which comes with a juice & coffee/ tea, and it was a satisfying meal. The restaurant isn’t big, 1 long table and about 5 – 6 small tables inside and some outdoor seating. They also sell pastries, sandwiches and bread. Will definitely visit again.
Review 3 My first visit. Cosy cafe. Tried and tasted Benedict’s Egg platter for brunch, very tasty n nice. Price is reasonable. Friendly staff n good customer service. Will visit again to try other dishes.👍

 


Fleur de sel Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Fleur De Sel

Specialty Located in a charming shophouse unit on Tras Street, Fleur De Sel is the culmination of Chef Alexandre Lozachmeur’s immense love for fine French cuisine and wine, and his years of experience accumulated from working in some of the best five-star establishments in the world, alongside world-acclaimed chef, Alain Ducasse.

Services: Le Boeuf, Le Homard, Le Risotto, Les Fraises, Le Thon, l’Oursin et le caviar

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website www.fleurdesel.com.sg
Address 64 Tras Street Singapore, Singapore 079003
Telephone +65-6222 6861
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 I don’t eat french food often so I’m not sure what’s the benchmark for french cuisine but the food here is good. More than the taste, I enjoyed the presentation, the attentive and friendly staff, and the pace of the courses. We had a five course meal for about $130+ per person.
Review 2 Good simple French food. Set lunch at $68 is really worth it. In terms of taste alone, it is better than some of the 1 Michelin star restaurant. I love the French/European looking ambience of the restaurant. I think the only reason why it did not get it’s Michelin star it’s because the food lacks creativity visually and texture of the food is not there. Anyway, I like the food, and i will be go back.
Review 3 Comparing the other French restaurants , I quite a surprise to find this decent French restaurant serves quality of Feng cuisines. Quite a valuable 6 courses Omakase dinner when at $168. Came here to celebrate my wife birthday and enjoy the food with good ambiance.. except slightly bright! Open kitchen to see chef in action. Attentive waiters and waitress with excellent service. Worth a visit ..!

 


Gaston Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Gaston

Specialty Set within bustling Keong Saik Road, Gaston epitomises the French joie de vivre with its convivial atmosphere and vibrant setting. The all-day bistro and wine bar evokes a sense of being in the heart of a kitchen in Burgundy; expect authentic, comfort French fare and delicious wines, served with class.

Services: Angus beef rump, crème fraiche, Côte de Boeuf, Oysters, Oeuf Mimosa

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.bistrogaston.sg/
Address 25 Keong Saik Road Singapore, Singapore 089132
Telephone +65-6909 8120
Opening hours 12 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar is set within bustling Keong Saik Road and offers good French food and variety of wines around 350 labels from Burgundy, France.
This place is really good to have lunch/dinner with friends or hangout.
Review 2 A great journey into the local dishes of Burgundi and some great wine selection to pair it with.
Highly recommended by experience. Not many tables and so quite cosy atmosphere.
Review 3 Very homely ambience. Their beef bourguignon is a must try, there is a unique twist to the taste which sets it apart from the other beef bourguignons.

Recommend to make a reservation during peak periods as the restaurant has limited capacity.

 


La Dame Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

La Dame de Pic

Specialty Anne-Sophie Pic debuts her entry into Asia with La Dame de Pic, Raffles Singapore, a foretaste of Valence. Discover the world of Anne-Sophie Pic’s culinary identity, which reflects her search for aromatic complexity, combinations of flavours and powerful tastes, emotions. The three-Michelin-starred French chef Anne-Sophie Pic has celebrity chef blood.

Services: Berlingots, French fondue, pea broth, broths, consommés

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.ladamedepic.com.sg/
Address Raffles Singapore – 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
Telephone +65 6412 1185
Opening hours 12 pm to 1.45 pm, 6.30 pm to 8.45 pm.
Review 1 Overall the taste is much lighter than some traditional French restaurant. Some dishes are quite average but some dishes we like them a lot. Their dessert is my favorite among all the fine dining ever tried.
Review 2 Obviously visited this after watching the final table on Netflix. The meal was really refreshing. Every dish packed a great balance of flavor that were all interesting and unexpected. Nothing was overly done and it was a delight for the senses. Nothing super fancy either, but it was simple good food executed perfectly. A lot of technique and finesse. A bit pricey, but every course ended with a amuse-bouche before the next and it was really an anticipation for the next. Loved the food, ambience and experience.
Review 3 I rarely like French cuisine but this is really good. Pace of services is just right with friendly sommelier assisting in selection of wine. The service standard is excellent. Tucked in the side corner and within the residency of Raffles Hotel, it took me a while to find it. Just park at the round about for free and ask the concierge who needs to open the gate to get into the restaurant. Food is excellent and delicate.

 


Les Amis Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Les Amis

Specialty Les Amis is reasonably priced considering it has a Michelin 3-star award. $155 for a 3-course meal, $195 for 4-course meal. French pate with foie gras, crabmeat refresh as starters. Pheasant, roast duck, French river salmon, and ox tongue are wonderful, substantial mains, end with soufflé, ice cream.

Services: Foie Gras, caviar, ox tongue, duck confit, venison with compote

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.lesamis.com.sg/
Address 1 Scotts Road, #01-16, Shaw Centre Singapore, Singapore 228208
Telephone +65-6733 2225
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 9 pm
Review 1 A dining experience to remember.

The food was undoubtedly the highlight of all! Quality ingredients from all over the world. Caviar, baby lamb, sea urchin, white asparagus, salmon etc. The service was friendly. They were almost always around to make sure we get what we need. The interior was gorgeous as well.

However there were some details which have made it a mixed experience for me. The bread selections were done twice within 5 minutes by two different staffs, probably communication error? We were not offered the wine list until I requested for it. There were few times that our dishes had a u-turn to the kitchen, until they were served to our table seconds later. I couldn’t figure out the reasons. Also, most of my plates weren’t placed at the centre too, I have to re-position the plates myself before eating.

Review 2 First off, the service is impeccable. I’ve never seen such smooth attentive service in Singapore, and even globally this ranks as one of the top few restaurants I’ve been to in that regard.

The food was…good? But not great, which is what you would expect for the price you are paying. Some dishes were better than others. Presentation and texture were good all around but flavor didn’t quite get there. Hence 4/5 stars overall.

The tasters, bread, and the cheese platter were all excellent. I’ve never had someone serve me cheese with such passion and knowledge as the young man who did so this evening.

The interior is gorgeous too. Definitely feels swanky throughout. Considering how long Les Amis has been around they’ve clearly put in effort to keep it looking stellar.

If the price tag doesn’t scare you away, this is definitely worth experiencing at least once. But calibrate your expectations around the food appropriately.

Review 3 Les Amis has been on hot for 27 years in Singapore 🇸🇬 And also is the one only restaurant in Asia with the coveted “Three Pillars”, covering the three main aspects of any dining experience –  3 Michelin Stars (Food), 5 Stars by Forbes Travel Guide (Service) and Grand Award by Wine Spectator (Wine).

We ordered 6 course set menu, I would like to thank the chef for presenting the delicious food in the world 🌎 Every single dish I love it , the Hokkaido King crab source,the caviar,the scallop ,the salmon ,when I tasted it felt like jumping in the ocean .The beef tenderloin bringing you to traveling in Australia, flying on the sky to see a lot cows are eating the grasses .Best quality .Definitely I will come again ☺️

 


Nicolas Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Nicholas Le Restaurant

Specialty Nicolas Le Restaurant is an intimate French restaurant in Keong Saik Road. Nicolas Le restaurant is listed as a Michelin Plate restaurant. Pasta is fresh. Toulouse sausage is juicy. Rack of lamb, Iberico pork are succulent. Tasmanian lamb is tasty, tender. Sauces impress. Tiramisu, chocolate cake thrills as sugary desserts.

Services: Tasmanian lamb, Obsiblue prawn, Japanese Scallop, seafood pasta, Iberico pork, wagyu beef tenderloin

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.restaurantnicolas.com/
Address 10 Teck Lim Road Singapore, Singapore 088386
Telephone +65- 6224 2404
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 The food was absolutely beautiful. Perfect place for special occasions. Service was great, price is reasonable.

I personally really enjoyed the egg, scallops and beef. The ambience is great and the place is quaint.

The dishes were prepared extremely well and the service staff were very attentive, even paying close attention to any food allergies that customers might have. I will definitely return again.

Review 2 Excellent food and service. The appetizer, mains, and desserts were all amazing (special shout out to the scallop linguine and fish entree here).

Before the desserts, you’ll have the option to order from a wide spread of cheese selections to cap of the night as well.

Review 3
5 course degustation lunch. All was good.. especially the squid ink pasta combination with tomatoes. Menu changes depending on what’s seasonal. Great service too.

 


Bistro Duvin Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Bistro Du Vin

Specialty Established in July 2009, Bistro Du Vin (BDV) is fully committed to delivering a truly authentic dining experience in a French Bistro. No effort or expense has been spared in creating an ambience typical of a similar establishment in France, from the furnishing right down to the convivial service style.

Services: French onion soup, Chargrilled marinated Iberico pork, Duck leg confit, Char-grilled Black Angus grain-fed ribeye, foie gras

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.bistroduvin.com.sg/
Address #01-14 Shaw Centre 1 Scotts Rd Singapore, Singapore 228208
Telephone +65-6733 7763
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 Amazing food, amazing atmosphere! The service was pretty good all in all. The beef is to die for, I not much of a meat person. But meat cooked as well as it is here I WILL eat!

I just left the restaurant and I am already thinking of my next visit!!

Review 2 One of my favourite French restaurants. Every meat dishes I have tried here were good. Lovely creme brulee. Casual yet classy vibes. Attentive service.
Review 3 The weekday set lunches at Bistro Du Vin are value-for-money and more importantly, delicious. The servings are adequate and the there is quality in the food served. Diners get a complimentary bread basket as well. It gets brisk around lunch time, so do make a reservation ahead of time if possible. Service is also good, but was a little patchy on our last visit. Nonetheless, it was still an enjoyable experience

 


JAAN Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

JAAN

Specialty JAAN by Kirk Westaway is an internationally celebrated restaurant in Singapore that has established itself as a gastronomic platform with a reputation for handpicking and grooming exceptional culinary talents. Born in South West Britain, Chef de Cuisine Kirk Westaway channels his deeply rooted passion for natural continental classical European flavors.

Services: Amuse-bouches, foie gras, Alaskan King Crab, Pertuis Asparagus, Organic Lamb

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.jaan.com.sg/
Address 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882
Telephone +65-6431 6156
Opening hours 12 pm to 2.30 pm, 7 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Great British fine dining experience with a view. Every dish is well executed and the wine parings is definitely a must as we managed to try some very interesting wines!
Review 2 Both food and service are 10 out of 10. Don’t worry if you think 4 courses won’t fill up your stomach, they come with A LOT OF complementary small dishes which are so satisfying! Will definitely come back again for the food, view, ambience and service!
Review 3 Overall, the food and service are both excellent. Despite it being only a 6-course dinner, some dishes are not listed inside, like the free-flow sourdough bread, Ribena dessert, petit four, birthday cake (if you are celebrating a birthday), and a cup of coffee or tea. So, it is definitely a very filling meal.

I think it is worth the S$288 per pax and another visit when the seasonal menu changes.

 


Odette Top French Restaurants in Singapore

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French Restaurant

Odette

Specialty Housed in the National Gallery Singapore, Odette is a timeless fine dining destination helmed by Chef Julien Royer and inspired by his grandmother, Odette. Chef-owner Julien Royer’s respect for seasonality, terroir and artisanal produce will guide his cuisine at Odette. Using classic French techniques, Julien expands on his produce-driven cuisine.

Services: Amuse bouche, prawn tartare, blue lobster, Rosemary Smoked Organic Egg, kinki fish

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.odetterestaurant.com/
Address 1 St. Andrew’s Road #01-04 National Gallery Musuem, Singapore 178957
Telephone +65-6385 0498
Opening hours 12 pm to 1.15 pm, 7 pm to 8.15 pm
Review 1 Fantastic food with service. They made you feel welcoming, as you dine it’s as if you are having dinner at their own home. The attention to details and service. The open kitchen it’s like a theatre watching the team cooking and plating the food. Highly recommend trying it for sure.
Review 2 Great service, lovely food, awesome experience. Chef Julian came to our table to serve the main course, which was a huge surprise.

The only little thing to mention is the welcome drink. We were charged for the welcome drink (tea and coffee), which we did not expect at such a classy set up. But in no way is this a negative for the restaurant. It’s all 5 stars and I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a special romantic dinner.

Review 3 Fantastic food and hospitality experience. The team were warm and welcoming from the minute we stepped through the door. I had the vegetarian menu which was an amazing selection of seasonal dishes.

 


Gunther's Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Gunther’s

Specialty As an advocate of ‘natural cuisine’, Chef Gunther Hubrechsen’s unique style of cooking quickly pushed him up the ranks in renowned restaurants such as L’Arpège in Paris, where he worked under the mentorship of Chef Alain Passard, from Commis to Sous Chef de Cuisine within five years, 2 years as Sous Chef.

Services: Grilled scallops, goose egg with black truffle, special grilled tuna, squid ink flavored rice with abalone, tempura prawn

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.gunthers.com.sg/
Address 36 Purvis St 01-03 Singapore, Singapore 188613
Telephone +65-9010 3075
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 9 pm
Review 1 Cold angel hair pasta w caviar is their popular item and it’s a must try if you are dining here. Oysters are big and fresh! Love it!
Review 2 Went to Gunther’s for restaurant week. Food quality is fantastic. Beef was done perfectly and even the corn was grilled well and tasted really sweet. The only thing is the really random plating of the dishes but I guess that’s also because it’s a restaurant week menu.
Review 3 food was amazing, not forgetting the recommendations from the staff! wonderful service! enjoyed our anniversary dinner

 


Brasserie Les Saveurs Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Brasserie Les Saveurs

Specialty Brasserie Les Saveurs offers classic epicurean experiences with delectable á la carte menus inspired by French cuisine. Be captivated by attentive service complimented by the luxurious setting for an elegant dining experience. The grilled capsicums and the tofu salad are delectable. The char-grilled pork loin steak substantial, sushi rolls delight.

Services: Char-grilled pork loin steak, oven-roasted tom turkey, Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage Blanc, grilled capsicums, sushi rolls

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.brasserielessaveurs.com/
Address St Regis Residences Singapore 29 Tanglin Road Singapore, Singapore 247911
Telephone +65-6506 6866
Opening hours 12 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 Top notch service and hospitality, warm and friendly. Classy and quiet ambience. High ceiling. I booked early for the Citibank 1-for-1 Menu which $100++ for a table for 2. It comes with a salad, soup, main, dessert and coffee & tea. Lobster Bisque for the soup. There are 2 options to choose from for the salad, main and dessert. The taste was of good quality but the serving size of the steak was puny.
Review 2 Had Sunday brunch here and this is probably one of the best I’ve had. I could taste the quality in every dish despite it being a buffet. My favourite dishes were the foie gras, the seared scallops and the lobster. It was very filling and we did not have any space to go back for seconds for any dish. The truffle butter with bread was good too. I highly recommend this place as the quality of the food served here is really higher than most of the other buffets I’ve had. It was also well-paced out where we started eating at 12pm and only left at about 2.45pm. For desserts, the vanilla ice cream is definitely a must try!

Review 3: Thank you for a wonderful valentines experience! Food and service were both top notch. The set was pricey, but on Valentine’s Day that is typical. Even though all the courses were delicious, the crab tartine and bread basket were my favourite 😅

Review 3 Unique high tea experience. Quiet environment with friendly staff. Ordered 2 tier for a family of 4. Nice sweet savoury and appearance of the food are appetizing. Comes with TWG tea. Advance booking is highly recommended as is fully booked.

 

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Le Bistro Dusommelier Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Le Bistro du Sommelier

Specialty Le Bistrot Du Sommelier is the quintessence of the Cuisine Bourgeoise (Bourgeois Cuisine), plates must be generous and slow cooking necessary. They strive to introduce you to natural wines, wines produced from organic or biodynamic grapes with little intervention from the winemaker. The wine list is an unusual, curated selection.

Services: Escargots, royale de foie gras, pan-seared onglet beef, Corsica Pietra beer, Cuvee des Conti

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.lebistrotdusommelier.com/
Address 53 Armenian street Singapore, Singapore 179940
Telephone +65-6333 1982
Opening hours 6 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Real authentic French food. Excellent service. Came for the lunch set and it was worth every penny. Walked out with a happy stomach and a happy wife.
Review 2 Authentic French cuisine. Good food, good wine and cozy space. Had a good time dining there with a couple of friends. Service is great too!
Review 3 Good place for catch up n relax, not sure why no one wanna sit outside? It’s so breezy and good automesphere for gathering!!

 


Vineyard Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Vineyard

Specialty Vineyard promises a memorable dining experience with friends, partners, and family over hearty dishes. Start your meal with Lian Wah Hang Quail Farm Fried Whole Quail and the unique Jurong Frog Farm Walnut Crusted Bull Frog Leg. Expect their menu to be bursting with freshness, flavour, try the succulent Mullet, Duck Confit.

Services: Calamari Fritto Misto, Squid Ink Aioli, Sriracha Aioli, Barley Fed Onglet Steak, Grilled Pork Chop

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.vineyardhortpark.com.sg/
Address 33 Hyderabad Road HortPark Singapore 119578
Telephone +65-6479 7977
Opening hours 10.30 am to 10.30 pm
Review 1 A very well managed restaurant good to visit even on weekdays which seemed full most of the time and hence best to reserve prior walkin. Food is exceptional and the service as well.
Their flavored iced tea fusions are a must try and plenty of veg and vegan options. Surely worth a visit again for us.
Review 2 Cosy place with a nice ambience. Get a seat near the window to look out to the calming water feature. The mushroom soup was good with a hint of sweetness from the onions. Duck confit was also cooked till tender and the squid ink risotto with scallop was flavourful as well. Can take a nice stroll after dinner as well! p.s. pet friendly too
Review 3 Food and quality is very good..service is a bit tardy but always warm and nice!

 


Frenchie Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Frenchie Wine Bar

Specialty Serves good wine menu & many classic French-style dishes at reasonable prices. Set in a quiet nook in Chinatown, this place is ideal for aperitifs & wines with charcuterie/cheese plate; & dishes created by using traditional recipes with a gourmet twist. ‘Pan-seared Spring Chicken, roasted potato, ratatouille, jus’ for $20.

Services: Pan-seared Spring Chicken, braised Burgundy Escargot, ratatouille, natural jus, cheese platter

Pricing  Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.frenchiewinebar.sg/
Address 81 Tras Street Singapore, Singapore 079020
Telephone +65-8128 5248
Opening hours 12 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Nice dishes. Everything was quite tasty and well cooked. Especially enjoyed the lamb. Not convinced with the chocolate dessert.
Review 2 Serious wine selection. Very tasty duck rillettes. creamy chicken & apple crumble were also good. The fries must be homemade to reach 5 stars 🙂 The service was friendly.
Review 3 Very nice small casual and cozy place. Small menu with lovely food and extensive wine list! Team were all attentive and helpful to select a wine from the vast list. Food very well presented, good portion size and tasty!

 


The Wine Company Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

The Wine Company

Specialty The Wine Company is one of the pioneers who introduced affordable, value for money wine drinking experiences to Singapore in 2003. Today, they hold fast to the same values, constantly innovating and rolling out fun food, wine and spirits drinking choices. Italian antipasta dish – prosciutto & melon, grilled shishamo delight.

Services: Prosciutto & melon, grilled shishamo, roast pork, pig trotter beehoon, duck confit

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.thewinecompanyonline.com.sg/
Address Block 8 Dempsey Road Singapore, Singapore 247696
Telephone +65-6261 5123
Opening hours 12 am to 12 pm
Review 1 Excellent services by staff ‘Juliet’, her enthusiasm in work is way energetic than me. 😊 Kudos and Salute her working attitude!

Love the ambience here, nice place to chill out with friends and family.

We ordered rojak, fish and chips, curry fried rice with roasted chicken, salted vegetables duck soup and 2 bottles of wine.

Food goes well with the wine but they definitely can make it better hence the 4 stars.
Will be back again for their lunch 🙂

Review 2 Price is reasonable based on the area where restaurant is located. Decorated with a blend of modern n rustic fittings.

Selection of wine available to suit different menu items (they provide a quick guide in their menu on the paring combination)

Children n family friendly environment with alfresco dining areas for those who wants a breather.

Review 3 Nice F&B. Very pleasant diligent service staff. Enjoyed my order of wine and tasty nibbles (forgot to take photos before eating so took images from their menu).

 


Voyage Patisserie Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Voyage Patisserie

Specialty Voyage is a first of its kind concept café that aims to re-introduce desserts in a brand-new light. There are pretty cakes on display in the counter. The cakes and tarts look aesthetic, with prices of around $8 and more. The pasta with Maine lobster has yummy lobster bisque sauce.

Services: Pasta with Maine lobster, Black Cherry Tart, vanilla and sponge cake, duck pasta, raspberry tart

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.voyagepatisserie.com/
Address 249 Outram Road, Singapore 169048
Telephone +65 6223 2490
Opening hours 11 am to 10 pm
Review 1 Lovely place with great food with top quality ingredients. Love how they finish each dish with love and care. Desserts are great as well!
Review 2 Ice chocolate was tastefully done, rich enough and yet not too thick.

Cookie 🍪 was over baked in my opinion, could have been better if it was more chewy. The taste was near perfect though 👍🏻

Review 3 Wow! Simply extraordinary. Great french food cooked to perfection

 


Atout Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Atout

Specialty French Bistro, charcuterie, wine bar and private rooms, all under one roof in historical Dempsey. At the front, a retail counter sells items like cheeses, charcuterie, breads, and cakes. The lobster bisque ($14) is rich. Deep-fried frog legs ($10 for a pair) are crispy. 40 garlic chicken ($36) is juicy.

Services: 40 garlic chicken, cheeses, charcuterie, breads, lobster bisque, fried frog legs

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.atout.sg/
Address 40C Harding Road Singapore, Singapore 249548
Telephone +65-8799 4567
Opening hours 12 pm to 10.30 pm
Review 1 Reliable address with a large selection of French dishes nicely prepared. Everything is fresh and tasty. Wine selection is good. Recommended for both lunch and dinner.
Review 2 Great place.

Food was good. Ordered the oven roasted french chicken, traditional ratatouille, and parma ham. Very eclectic choices – but all turned out great. Particularly liked the chicken, which I think is their signature. Pretty wide selection of drinks too.

Service was impeccable. Very friendly and helpful servers.

Ambience was great. Not too pretentious. Had a really pleasant time over there.

Have to definitely make reservations ahead, so FYI.

Review 3 Have been meaning to try this place for some time, and finally managed lunch here this weekend. The food is great – authentic French and very well cooked. Prices are OK too – I was expecting really expensive, but if we had stuck to sets and drunk less wine (!!!!) then it wouldn’t have been too bad at all. We went off piste so became expensive! Would definitely go back. Lovely setting, great food and excellent service.

 


So France Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

So France Café

Specialty A discovery of the French art-de-vivre and one of the world’s finest bistronomy.Welcome to So France, Le Bistro-Epicerie. The cashier for the store and the cafe sells drinks and light snacks. Their breakfast with 1kg sourdough is hearty. Beetroot salad, red snapper, and seared chicken breast are scrumptious, delectable.

Services: Beetroot salad, red snapper, seared chicken breast, cheese, cured meats

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website https://www.so-france.sg/
Address 7 Fraser Street #01-51-56 Duo Galleria Singapore, Singapore 189356
Telephone +65-6909 6449
Opening hours 9 am to 12 am
Review 1 The food was as awesome as the wine selected too. Some quiet place that you wanted to tuck in & chill for the rest of your weekend. The only flaw was we should have chosen a cooling table seat in the restaurant but the outside high chair seats looks amazingly wonderful to be at (just Singapore weather is way too humid and hot these few days). Should have some cooking fan or mobile air cond to keep those seated outside more comfortable. Definitely will be back for other food options as we only tried the steak and cheese platter for a 2 ladies appetite. The rib-eye steak was nicely medium done and it goes very well with or without their sauce.
Review 2 Lovely French restaurant with a bistro and terrace seating.

They also had a section selling French products from wine, cheese, cured meats to pastas, jams etc. Very good spread.

Their set lunch was very good, and was told it changes every week.

I will definitely go again.

Review 3 Love the food and ambience here. Good service. Decent prices. We enjoyed the perfectly done lamb rack special. The place was hopping on a Friday evening. There is also a supermarket with a good range of French products including cheeses and wines; and a bakery right next to the restaurant.

 


Beni Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Beni

Specialty Japanese reinterpretation of authentic French cuisine with a Chef’s Table Experience. They serve French cuisine with produce from Japan, helmed by Japanese chefs. Chef Kenji Yamanaka is Chef de Cuisine in this small, minimalist restaurant. Roasted sea bass was from Japan and garnished with chicory and tomato, is exquisite, tender.

Service: Roasted sea bass, Domaine Gauby, Muscat/ Grenache blanc, gewürztraminer, mignardise coffee

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.beni-sg.com/
Address 333A Orchard road #02-37 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Telephone +65-9159 3177
Opening hours 7 pm to 11 pm
Review 1 A fancy restaurant to indulge in artisan desserts. Love my experience at Mad About Sucre with my friends.

We got 4 desserts that come with tea/cocktail pairing. The service staff were really attentive, taking their time to explain the ingredients in each dessert.

Expect to spend about $30 per pax but I feel that the money spent is worth the experience.

Review 2 Hidden gem ! Fine dining at reasonable price. Personalised VIP service. Full of surprises on every bite. Self made sauce flavourful. No artificial ingredients added. Ingredients are carefully selected and only the best are imported. Staffs are very polite and knowledgeable.
Review 3 Wonderful experience! Host and staffs are very friendly. Food is special where the ingredients are air flown. It’s like fine dining but at reasonable price. A relaxing place to have small gatherings with delicious food. Will be back soon.

 


Mad About Sucre Top French Restaurants in Singapore

French Restaurant

Mad About Sucre

Specialty French Patisserie-Gourmet Restaurant-Haute Chocolaterie that marries the best of Western Provincial culinary & French confection techniques with respect to the natural ingredients. They specialize in traditional French classic hot savories and handcrafting bespoke wedding and celebratory cakes & confections. Menu is based on the freshest ingredients available for the season.

Services: Cakes, desserts, foie gras, grilled prawns, caviar salad

Pricing Request a quotation: [email protected]
Website http://www.MadAboutSucre.com/
Address 27 Teo Hong Road Singapore, Singapore 088334
Telephone +65-6221 3969
Opening hours 6.30 pm to 10 pm
Review 1 A fancy restaurant to indulge in artisan desserts. Love my experience at Mad About Sucre with my friends.

We got 4 desserts that come with tea/cocktail pairing. The service staff were really attentive, taking their time to explain the ingredients in each dessert.

Expect to spend about $30 per pax but I feel that the money spent is worth the experience.

Review 2 Hidden gem ! Fine dining at reasonable price. Personalised VIP service. Full of surprises on every bite. Self made sauce flavourful. No artificial ingredients added. Ingredients are carefully selected and only the best are imported. Staffs are very polite and knowledgeable.
Review 3 Great food! We ordered the tomato soup and salad to share. For mains we had barramundi, braised lamb shank and beef, and finished off with the “bull” and the winter pear with honey for dessert. Everything’s tasty especially the tomato soup and the pear! Most if not all ingredients are flown in and organic. Worth visiting.

 

Some Main Forms of French Restaurants:

Bistro

Bistros feature intimate, typically familial eateries which offer classic fare with French alcohol.

One might get basic French fare which emerges usually from brasseries, including of some Tartes, Braises or Stews.

 

Bouchon

Especially with Lyon, bouchons are private, casual dining venues which usually provide rich high-fat ingredients including pate, roast pork, offal’s, or roasts.

 

Boulangerie

The bread retailer. Exclusive boulangeries provide no items like pastries and cakes.

 

Brasserie

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Brasserie refers formally to “brewery,” thus the brasserie remains the French incarnation of the pub: beer or cider is typically delivered with some lively, crowded surroundings.

Typical brasserie dining has steak frites and mussels (more of frites, included).

Caf

From France, the caf refers to the destination to get coffee, or even some minor snacks and lunches taking meal versions of the Croque Monsieur and the substantial salad.

 

Patisserie

The bakery serving some cakes or sweets. Here you may get to obtain Eclairs, Macarons or Petit Fours.

15 French meals that are must-tries:

 

  1. Steak frites

Voila – The basic, and elaborate recipe was derived from French bistro dining.

  1. Chicken confit

With such old confit, some chicken gets peppered or spiced using herbs, subsequently gradually baked with olive oil for turning flavors dense or soft.

  1. French onion soup

Survive chilling, frosty winters by warming up with aromatic hot French onion soup. Add in crunchy cheesy croutons toppings.

  1. Bouillabaisse

The classic French fish soup gets brewed along Saffron, Orange, Thyme, with Chilli.

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  1. Salmon en papillote

The ingenious method of covering fish with paper preceding cooking guarantees for most of moisture or spices get contained well.

  1. Quiche Lorraine

The quiche Lorraine remains a high demand, extremely popular recipe in taste.com.au. Originally quiche Lorraine describes the exposed custard bake along smoked bacon. This remains just one of later bakes which put cheese into cake blend.

  1. Croque monsieur

Exclusively from France is where simple cheese or ham toastie get developed as some gourmet dining. Put some poached and crisp egg upon it for baking a more striking, very elegant Croque Madame.

  1. Boeuf bourguignon

Boeuf bourguignon features some prime form of lean portions of meat getting baked to elegant haute dining. For alcoholic seasoning, try to top up with dashes of Burgundian pinot noir sprinkled into the stew.

  1. Cassoulet

Cassoulet features part of many formal dishes from French cooking, from wherein you derive 3 regional styles. With more time distinctions over these got greyer or ingredients get vaguer. Such crust then gets debated, with classicists staying convinced, that ingredients are thrown into the stew 7 times within baking time.

  1. Lamb shank navarin

Navarin describes some French lamb ragout (with stew). The lamb gets baked mildly or gradually up to soft melted textures, tastes.

  1. Hazelnut dacquoise

Holding tiers of almond meringue or dense whipped ingredients, such old French cake dacquoise – enunciated dah-kwahz- remains very tasty.

  1. Frangipane tart

The French style tart holds some fruity flavour. Season this up using Salt caramel seasoning to bake sugary desserts that delight.

  1. Tarte tatin

Did this come from some blunder, mishap from a random kitchen or did some Tatin sisters seek to bake their apple tart inside out? No one knows the original version, still with use of  butter mix, heavy ingredients, caramelized raisins with laces of sauce, such sweet tarts fall under a class of their own.

  1. Souffle

The whipped desserts remain very lovely, delightful.

  1. Paris-brest

Related to some croquembouche, the custard-topped cold pastry puff resembles some huge, rich chocolate eclair.

French Dining in Singapore:

Gaston: Their menu originates from manager Geoffery Daurelle’s childhood in Burgundy, and borrowing from family recipes, thus French cuisine here is filled with rustic flavors in their cozy Keong Saik bistro.

Escargot connoisseurs may expect, get served unique flavors, with the Escargots de Bourgogne (from $16) delivered topped with textured pastry coverings or filled with tasty butter.

For mains, the Boeuf Bourguignon ($34) is top notch, tender Beef chunk soup, filled along salted French bacon.

25 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089132

 

Nicolas Le Restaurant: Affordable set lunches delivered with decent dining options. The three-course lunch menu costs $48++, with the option of appetizer, main course, with dessert. The mains are truly excellent, taken with Tasmanian Rack of Lamb and North Atlantic Sea Cod.

Bistro Du Vin: Delivers classic, old brasserie cuisine. Lunch menus begin from $34++ over 2 servings, holding entrees with rillettes, served up with salmon, mushroom cream soup.

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