328 North Bridge Road
#01-12 Raffles Hotel Arcade
Singapore 188719

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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08:00am - 10:00pm

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Galette with salami, diced potatoes, melted brie and egg.

Salami is nicely cooked and this flavour combination works. Tasted like dosai with egg and potatoes to me - with salami of course. So, abit of a let down after all the rave reviews.

It taste good. Just not worth the price for me since I get the same satisfaction from a dosa. Long wait for the food. Service is good. Place is noisy even though the place is not full.

Will not come for their galettes again but should I try their sweet crepe? Is it worth it?

Occupying a swanky new space on level one of Raffles Hotel, Gather features crepes, coffee and a great spot to people watch near the Raffles City intersection.

Their best selling dessert crepe is a simple soft, eggy crepe that is laced with toasty, salty burnt caramel and a slab of Bordier butter. While the flavours are quite robust, it does feel like it’s lacking something more substantial (especially given the price point), but we’re also guessing that rental is probably a killer here. 🤣 A nice spot to relax and catch some small bites, but probably not for a full meal.


I’ve been ogling at this crepe since it appeared on my Instagram feed, but it was a bit of a let down. The thin, soft crepe was not bad and it’s topped with a block of Bordier butter (the supposed best of all butters, but it melted before I could try it so I couldn’t really tell the difference). However, the caramel was a bit too salty and strong tasting for my liking. The “burnt” aspect of the caramel also wasn’t that apparent because the saltiness overwhelmed any taste of bitterness, which I actually do enjoy in a caramel. Hopefully they can tweak the sauce a bit!

Tried out this new galette and crepe place that’s run by the now-defunct Ronin and is all the rage now. This bolognese galette has a slow-cooked minced veal, beef and pork bolognese filling, with a mix of gruyere and cheddar, and topped with an egg. It’s also garnished with some pink peppercorns.

While I enjoyed the mix of cheese in this galette, I felt that there could have been more of the bolognese filling as it felt a bit sparse and wasn’t very filling. In fact, it was kind of reminiscent of a plaster prata and wasn’t really outstanding, particularly for the high price. Singapore doesn’t have really have a specialised Galette place and the environment is nice if not a bit of a squeeze and pretty noisy because of the acoustics, but it’ll probably be a one off visit for me since it’s not really within my budget.

Also P.S. The queues are really long so don’t come here if you’re in a rush! It took more than an hour to queue and for our food to come, probably because they’re so popular and they only have 3 hot plates to make the crepes on in their open style kitchen.

By the folks behind Punch and the now-defunct Ronin comes this elegant creperie set in Raffles Arcade Hotel. You're here for a relaxing afternoon with good friends who'll share good food and a nice conversation with you. Start with the savory Salami & Potatoes Galette ($18), where roasted potatoes, brie, an oozy egg and crispy salami make for a lovely dish. Then, move onto a coffee and Crepe with Burnt Caramel and Butter ($16) that is sure to please.
Photo by Burppler Nobelle Liew


I loved their Off The Bone on my first visit, but when the big boss said to try the Salami & Potatoes which is his new favourite...I did, and it’s now my new favourite too. I’m going to skip on describing the texture of the galette cause I’ve raved about it so much I don’t wanna bore you, so onto the fillings. I loved how balanced and earthy this combination was: you’ve got the soft and naturally sweet roasted potatoes, stuffed with brie and a perfectly oozy egg, then topped with slices of crispy, toasted salami carefully folded in a rosette 🥰 It’s great cause the salami + brie combo’s definitely not as salty as the ham + gruyere + cheddar one — not that the latter’s too salty it’s still super delish — so the earthiness of those roasted potatoes really get a chance to shine. And of course we all know how well rich runny yolks go with potatoes 😉