Café & Bar Gavroche

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Following the runaway success of the less than one year old Brasserie Gavroche, Chef Patron Frederic Colin is delighted to unveil his second food © beverage venue. A new sibling to the Gavroche name, the latest establishment, aptly named Café & Bar Gavroche is located on 69 Tras Street, just across the brasserie. Taking root in a conservation shophouse, the new venue boasts 3 sections within. Upon entry, the first section showcases the main Bar area, replete with a 4.2m wooden bar originating from Normandy, pre World War II, circa 1920. Next is the indoor “Terrace” section, a natural light filled space with cobblestone flooring, fringed with an indoor tree. Fitted with Drucker wicker chairs and tables, a sense of an outdoor setting within is created, reminiscent of a typical Parisian Café – perfect for people watching. The final space features an intimate Dining area. Decked out with a long rustic wooden table and chairs, Opaline hanging lamps, a 300kg cast iron antique stove and wall-hung copper pots of varying sizes, this cosy alcove is already a firm favourite amongst groups of friends enhancing conviviality whilst imbibing.

69 Tras Street
Singapore 079008

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10:30am - 02:00pm


12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

10:30am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

Classic French Beef stew loaded with various root vegetables. Beef chunks slow braised in a heavily reduced red wine broth till they're fork tender and till the tendons turn a lovely gelatinous clump.
Served with lightly dressed Mesclun Salad and Sourdough to mop up that hearty braised jus.


Fresh from the ovens, delivered oozing liquid gold.
We requested for a side of jam, they obliged and returned a portion of White Fig Compote which went along perfectly with the oozy warm cheese.

An authentic Parisian cafe vibe made larger than life by its equally Parisian bites like this smoked duck magret on top of toast smeared with fresh goat cheese. Pricey ($18) but totally worth it.


It looks simple,but bread is baked moderately,so it's smelled very nice. The eggs and tomatoes combination also nice,more than anything sauce is the most important factor I think. I don't know how to make the sauce, fresh and sourish taste is suitable for the tomatoes.


This is the most delicious croque-madame I have ever eaten. Silent and sunlight atmosphere, free wifi, it's suitable for a wonderful holiday.


This French cafe is a hidden gem along the rows of shophouses on Tras Street, perfect for starting your weekend at. With its beautiful, airy, light-filled interior, you're bound to feel like you're being transported to a Parisian cafe. Particularly good is the Croque Madame ($18), a classic French ham and cheese sandwich layered with bechamel and topped with a fried egg. The viennoiserie (croissant, pain au chocolat) are good as well, especially when paired with French butter and jams. Their menu is not extensive, which allows them to deliver quality - ultimately what makes food satisfying.