68 Orchard Road
#03-79/83 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Checking out the latest opening in @plazasingapura - @auxbacchanalessg which is the first ever Cafe Aux Bacchanales outlet in Singapore 🇸🇬. The French cafe and bistro originated from Japan.

The cafe was decorated in Deco Glamour style with huge leather covered armchairs and tiny tables. Reminding one of cafes lining the streets in France.

I had Galette Au Jambon & Champignon (S$15.80++), accompanied with a glass of Domaine du Tariquet “Premieres Grives” Cotes de Gascogne (S$9.80++/ 90ml).
The soft crepe was stuffed with cheese, ham, and egg, topped with slices of white button mushrooms and fried enoki mushrooms. Some may felt the taste of the cheese was more on the strong side but for me it’s just nice when accompanied with the sweet dessert wine.

Cafe Aux Bacchanales
Address 🏡 : 68 Orchard Road, # 03-79/ 83 Plaza Singapura, Singapore 🇸🇬 238 839
Tel ☎️ : 6250 5301
Open ⏰ : 11am - 10pm
MRT 🚇 : Dhoby Ghaut (NS24/ NE6/ CC1)

Visited the new Café Aux Bacchanales which had recently opened their very first overseas outpost in Singapore at Plaza Singapura — the Japanese-French establishment is almost like brasserie, cafe, and boulangerie all under one roof, and originates from Japan. It takes over the former premises of Eggs & Things in the mall, and serves a decently-sized menu that features a selection of soups and salads, entrees, meats (think Steak Frites), sandwiches, galettes, crepes, pastries and cakes — all that with an extensive beverage menu that carries a wide selection of alcoholic beverages to coffee and tea.

Felt that the meats were a little steep for my budget on the day of the visit considering it was a meal out that was completely unplanned for — so the Galette Au Jambon & Champignon works as a lighter item that worked better for the wallet. Wasn’t really expecting too much out of it but I would say that this was decent — their version of the Galette will work well for those who prefer softer, fluffier crepes in general; nothing close to the crisp, browned out crepes that French Fold or Gather serves, and seems to be of the eggier sort rather than the buckwheat rendition that is trendy these days. What is evident is the eggy fragrance of the crepe, lined with stretchy melted cheese that encases the shoulder ham within — a somewhat slightly more premium cut that wasn’t too greasy nor saltish, yet of a cut slightly thicker than your typical supermarket ham that comes off the packet. Coming with fried Enoki mushroom over the top, I liked how those provides a light crispness to the dish with an added texture, while the shaved cheese provides a slightly more pungent savouriness to the dish. Wasn’t too much of a fan of the button mushroom; seemingly raw and comes with a rather strong hint of earthiness that stood out quite a bit on its own, but all’s well when one breaks the egg yolk for that molten, golden goodness that helps to bind everything together with a silken texture.

Given the prices at Café Aux Bacchanales, its probably not a spot that I would think of dining at in Plaza Singapura; the steep prices does somewhat make it lesser of an establishment for the hipster crowd, but more of a spot that tai-tais may gather as a mid-day break from all the shopping in town — the menu and ambience seemingly being more tuned towards a more mature crowd. That being said, I am still pretty inclined to revisit Café Aux Bacchanales for the various bakes that they carry — items that I have already eyed on include the Paris Brest and the Tarte Tatin au Crème Chantilly; perhaps somewhere to consider given its proximity to the workplace!


For the extremely sweet toothed. Newly opened cafe originating from Tokyo whips up French-Japanese fusion food. This crepe here is an option on the dessert menu. Evidently, it is served with a generous amount of chocolate sauce both on the plate and on the side. It’s counterparts are whipped cream, a scoop of chocolate ice cream (which came semi-melted served with a hot freshly prepared crepe) fresh bananas inside the crepe, as well as caramelised bananas on the outside. At the end of the day, it gives a sweetness that is experienced on three different levels - fruity banana sweetness, caramelised layer sweetness and rich chocolate sweetness.
Service here is excellent as staff are extremely polite. But as a new restaurant, food might take a while to come.

Brewed tea with hot milk served with ice. $6 a bit too pricey for a drink that is not anything special, but for the ambience and restaurant service they offer this is what you’d expect!