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Tender and juicy medium-rare beef patty compliments well with the caramelised onion, cheese and soft brioche buns. Served with sides of salad and fries. 👍
Price: $26++

Recommended vongole pasta! Calms are huge and fresh cooked well with garlic and onions to bring the fresh aroma out. Truffle fries are well seasoned, not too salty or strong truffle taste. Highly recommended!

I ordered vongole and it was good! Very flavourful and pasta was done al dente. The dish was also peppered very generously with fried garlic slices which added depth to the flavour! Ambience was great and it is a good place to catch up with friends and family.

Although hidden in a very secluded area, this is one bakery I will recommend. They do not have the tables for you to eat on, but at least they have a couple of seats outside to enjoy their bakes. The Pain Au Chocolate ($7) is very well done, with crispy buttery pastry and bold luxurious melty dark chocolate hidden within and on top. This is one messy pastry to eat! We also tried the Almond Croissant ($7) which was stuffed with a good amount of ground almond and very fresh almond pieces on the top! Definitely recommended for nut lovers! Will be back 😍

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Mermaid Tears - $8.90
Lemon Meringue Tart - $11.90
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Step into Le Jardin and you will teleported into a fairyland that’s filled with flora. Look around, you will notice everyone ordered a blue drink, which is the Mermaid Tears beverage. It’s actually butterfly pea tea with freshly squeezed lemon juice with sugar syrup. I love my citrus, so the Lemon Meringue Tart definitely hits my palate. Reserve a table to avoid the hours of wait
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pretty good! was maybe better than the pasta that day. unique sides, interesting sauce and tender and flavourful pork chop. fried cauliflower was so interesting. nicely charred and tasted like hashbrown.

idk this place is so hyped up but this ain’t it sis. paid the extra $3 for the handmade pasta and it tasted worse than store bought. probably just a bad day when we came but yeah it was too thick and doughy and not al dente like the other trip we made to their sister outlet south union park. the pesto sauce and other components of the dish were fine but what’s a pasta without the pasta 😮‍💨

3.25⭐ Bought the 2 premium mains deal during Chope birthday flash sale. There's only 2 choices to choose from: Kurobuta Pork Chop or Steak & Fries. We ordered both. The pork chop is not very tender while the steak is ok only. Well, the Croque Monsieur which we had at Ginett previously is good though.
#GinettSingapore #KurobutaPorkChop #SteakAndFries #Chope

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3.25⭐ Bought the 2 premium mains deal during Chope birthday flash sale. There's only 2 choices to choose from: Kurobuta Pork Chop or Steak & Fries. We ordered both. The pork chop is not very tender while the steak is ok only. Well, the Croque Monsieur which we had at Ginett previously is good though.
#GinettSingapore #KurobutaPorkChop #SteakAndFries #Chope

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This kouign amann ($7) is decadent!! The outside is crisp and light, the inside fluffy and moist. The layering is really impressive! Its heavy on the molasses so some might find it a touch sweet but it’s a worthwhile indulgence.

Not my usual pick, but I thought I’d give the classic canele ($5) a go! The shell was a tad hard but nailed the bittersweet caramelised flavour. The inside was specked with vanilla and a touch of cardamom. Expected a denser, more custardy finish but mine had air pockets!

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Muted sweetness, and a substantial bitterness. The texture was rlly unique, it's dense as people say but it doesn't mean it's not airy(as contradictory as that sounds), it's still melt in your mouth. Hard to describe fairly but it's quite a treat. I won't say must try simply because not everyone might appreciate it, but those who do will absolutely love it. I'd pair it with ice cream tho

Honestly it's a decent bistro but really expensive for the not super impressive food. Their desserts are bomb.