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A tiny version of the Italian ravioli, the French dumpling pasta was filled with Tete de Moine cheese and served with creamy sauce. The portion was decent for sharing and it got more addictive with every bite. The fries were different from the usual shoestring fries and of a thicker cut; and it seemed that they were baked then fried to a brownish shade.

Saw many good reviews on this and it definitely lived up to my expectations. The pizza had a thin and flaky pastry crust; and the ingredients were an interesting combination that overall felt very light in terms of flavour.

Presented as a more sophiscated version, the lemon pie ($12) was basically a deconstructed lemon meringue pie. The lemon curd had a nice balance of sweetness and sourness to it with an added texture and crunch from the biscuit crumble; while I felt that the meringue was a tad too sweet for me. Pairing it with a latte ($6) that was smooth and full-bodied with a dark roast, it was a perfect ending to my meal.

Eleven Strands is a cosy cafe found in a quiet neighbourhood - great for getting away from the busyness and to enjoy some delish food. Utilised the burpple beyond 1-for-1 deal and it’s so worth it! The salmon was perfectly cooked and I enjoyed the bed of roasted potatoes. My boyfriend ordered the braised beef cheek ($25++) and felt that it was a tad too salty. Overall a decent dining experience.

Both meats were very tender. I especially like the mushrooms and sauce paired with the duck leg confit!

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Went to French fold on Sunday brunch - peak hour. Had to wait around an hour due to our group number of 7, but it was worth it! Had no.4 comte which consists of egg, sautéed mushrooms and organic ham. It was quite filling and tasted savoury and satisfactory. Due to the long wait, the servers actually gave us a dessert crepe on the house which we are really thankful for :-)

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The pork belly is so tender, you can cut it and a piece seamlessly comes off.

10/10

If you ever find crepe better than this place, please let me know. Dropped by 15:50 and the lady (seemed to be the owner) told me their last order is 16:00 and they were full of orders already. But she’s still accomodated me dine in. As I have to order straight away with her.

I went with La Gleman $14.90 which consists of crepe with grated coconut, maple syrup anc homemade salted butter caramel ice cream that interests me to pick this item.

Although the crepe presentation was ordinary but the taste is amazing! First bite, will bring you to heaven state for a moment. The crepe was totally sweet since it were drenched in maple syrup but it’s worth every calories. I shared with friend over iced mocha. But their drinks doesn’t appeared to be standout, too ordinary. What a pity, my iced mocha wasn’t that good. The shredded chocolate sat below the bottom of the glass & the mocha taste is diluted with the ice.

Casual cafe for weekend teatime 2-4pm.

Next visit, would love to try Geraldine’s favourite crepe.

I love seeing more gluten free options popping up all over SG!! These buckwheat galettes were so tasty and crispy and go really well with their savoury toppings. I only wish you could also order their dessert crepes with the buckwheat batter too! Just to make the whole menu more gluten intolerant friendly.

Loved this café, food are of standard. Even though it on the pricey side, it’s worth the money. Lucky there’s a 1-for-1 Deal.

Ordered Rib Eye Steak with Vigneron butter $43, extra $6 for blue cheese sauce. Visited this place after seeing good reviews. But it came under expectation.

First, the steak was medium rare but I could see there is raw meat layer in the middle. Seems the grill timing is not precise. The steak also overtenderised, it has lost its firm texture. The staff told me I can expect a blend of fat in the meat, but turned out didn’t. The taste of the steak is quite bland and their complimentary 4 side sauces didn’t compliment the steak well.

Secondly, the free flow fries wasn’t a good quality. I specially ordered blue cheese sauce for fries dipping, but it also didn’t match well. I would expect the fries is hot, crispy and flavourful but it’s not. Seems they fried in bulk way before the order came, it was a bit soggy when served to my table. I even not finished their first serving, because it was not worth the calories.

Thirdly, the bread served is cold & hard to chew. Since it has been adapted to room temperature. Some places they make efforts to toast the bread so it served warm on the customer table.

Least to say it’s a good place for a date night out and service is quite attentive and pleasant. I personally hope they can relook to their food quality, to justify their price.

Total bill for 2 persons without fancy drink $100+

I just realised that Merci Marcel’s location has slightly different menu as well! And a hearty dinner of marcel cheese (one), Ravioles de Royans and beef burger (which they serve during the lunch menu as well).

I totally love eating cheese with bread, and pair it with red or white wine. While their beef burger, you could choose the doneness and medium is the best to go. But I could barely finish one burger on my own.

Lastly, Ravioles de Royans is now my favourite French mini dumpling but I would recommend sharing it because it is quite thick and you would need to eat it fast!  

Satisfaction: 🤤 🤤 🤤 🤤
Price: $40+ (for two pax)
Location: @mercimarcel

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