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Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

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Ginett is a contemporary restaurant and wine bar in Singapore’s historic Arts District, opened on February 14th 2017. Situated at 200 Middle Road, Ginett is a go-to destination for guests looking for a relaxed yet buzzy escape. Hearty European favourites, superb French wines, quick and easy set lunches and high quality, affordable wines, are all part of Ginett’s wide-ranging offering, making it a memorable and accessible experience for everyone.

200 Middle Road
Singapore 188980

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07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

07:00am - 11:00pm

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Went late last nite, ordered only beers n a salad, surprised by the decor and the taste, v delicate n price is reasonable, gonna try other food next time

Why don’t have both at @ginettsingapore
🦞Lobster Ravioli ($36.00++).
Maine lobster stuffed ravioli served with Maine Lobster Medallion, artichoke purée, spring onions, lobster bisque and baby herbs.
🦞Lobster Tagliolini ($34.00++).
Tagliolini pasta served with Maine Lobster, lobster oil, conpoy, garlic, chilli, cherry tomato and chives.
"The Maine" menu with Lobsters flown fresh from the waters of Maine, USA is available from 2 Jan till 29 Feb 2020
Location : @ginettsingapore 200 Middle Road, Singapore 188980.
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Chanced upon this jewel when i was walking passed. Decided to drop by for a glass of wine to chill as Singapore weather is sooooo hotz. $6 for a decent glass of merlot. Nice merlot with a robust mixture of berries! Am coming back for their monday special next week!!!

Every Thursday evening, they sell oysters at 1$ each! Pair it with a very affordable glass of good wine, and you've got yourself a date! Cab be quite busy, so reservations are recommended. I have also really enjoyed their charcuterie board here.

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French Master Chef Roland Durand was in Singapore to share his style of classic French bistronomy for 3 nights - 18th to 20th June, at @ginettsingapore. At the dinner organised for the media, we had the opportunity to taste all of the courses he had created for the already-sold-out event (I’m pretty sure his fame as the chef-patron of Michelin-starred Le Passiflore in Paris may have something to do with that).
The dishes displayed above (swipe for the others) were the ones I liked most. The first two are his desserts, the “Sablé Aux Fraises Et À La Rhubarbe” – a crisp buttery biscuit base embellished with strawberry, rhubarb and orange coulis; the second, the “Le Merveilleux Riz Au Lait A L’angelique De Roland Durand” – Chef Durand’s signature rice pudding whipped up with angelica and dressed with almond milk and pumpkin marmalade. Although I was feeling full and sleepy by this point in the meal, I couldn’t help but scrape my plates clean.
What I enjoyed a lot as well was one of Chef Durand’s appetisers, the “Ravioles D’escargots” which featured #escargot wrapped in fine, handmade pasta and cooked in a delectable broth of sweet garlic and fresh herbs.


It is actually cod fish wrapped in chorizo! Chef Durand has recommended to chew on the leaf first then have a taste of the cod fish. You might be surprised that the leaf tasted like oyster. Firm cod wrapped in chorizo added a nice savoury to the light cod fish. The sauce was lip smacking good! You might be tempted to get some bread to scoop all the sauces from the plate.
Atlantic cod roasted with chorizo served with Champignon bouquet, oyster and seaweed emulsion .
Cabillaud Roti Au Chorizo at S$35.
Where to dine?
Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar
200 Middle Rd, Singapore 188980

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