9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-79/80 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

They have a few vegetarian options here, including some of the pizzas.

Margherita Pizza made with tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil. Perfect side for sharing. $20++

Bistro G recently opened in Millenia Walk, which is also from the team behind Patisserie G.

Beside continue to serve some of their pastries here, they also serve some of the western food menu such as the pizza and pasta.

They only have one option of pasta on the menu which is the house pasta, that depends on what they have for the day. $20++

Taking over the former premises of Plentyfull at Millenia Walk, Patisserie G have since expanded their operations; their original shop space within the same mall is still in operations, and Bistro G is their latest venture which serves up starters, sharing plates, meat & fish, burgers, sandwiches, pizza and pasta dishes — more of a full-service establishment dishing out bistro fare as compared to Patisserie G which is more casual and focuses more on cafe fare apart from their signature patisserie.

One dish that I have always wanted to try out for myself is the Beef Wellington — pretty glad that Bistro G does serve it here so it’s definitely one dish checked from my to-try list when I come across one. Coming with elements such as Medium-Rare Tenderloin, Oxtail Ragu, Mushroom in Puff Pastry and a Red Wine Reduction sauce, the dish was very well-executed — loved how the pastry was buttery and flaky whilst the mushrooms in between the pastry provided a good bounce; a gradual progression of textures towards the medium-rare tenderloin which is done just right with a pinkish centre. The tenderloin was also on-point; the fibres of the meat came off easily — juicy, succulent and melt-in-the-mouth, absolutely tender yet sufficiently beefy without being overly gamey as one easily slices through the beef without needing much effort. The red wine reduction helps to cut through the meatiness of the dish pretty elegantly, while the mash on the side was immensely smooth and came just savoury enough to pair nicely with the Beef Wellington. Having this rendition was enough for me to be impressed; definitely would want to try a Beef Wellington elsewhere — just makes me wonder who was that genius in history who decided that puff pastry would go so well with a well-executed slab of beef, because the two elements are something which I would never think about putting together in this manner.

That being said, do expect some teething issues with Bistro G; little things such as the waiting time for food being a little long (going possibly near a 40-minute wait after ordering), orders being served more than once and the wrong items coming to table — just part and parcel of being in a new establishment trying to get used to things given how running a bistro is still different from a self-service cafe. Still, the food is pretty decent here with prices that reflects rather well on the type of cuisine, the generally execution of the food and the type of establishment it is. A spot that would work well for a date night at a convenient location in town.