36 Purvis Street
#01-03
Singapore 188613

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Gunther’s has been one of our two fav French restos in Singapore ever since it opened. The food is not particularly creative, just very well executed. The overall style of the house is discrete and low-key (except for the purple lights that make it look like a cheap night club). No chi-chi’s here (no amuse bouche, simple plates and cutlery, etc); that’s why they managed to produce an exceptionally good-value set lunch for $38++. Unless you come here every week, don’t miss out on the signature cold angel hair pasta. On our last visit, only one dish disappointed - Japanese wagyu at $190++; it was good, but not worth it and less satisfying than an USDS ribeye at a premier steakhouse. Great policy of free corkage for 2 pax.

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Gunther’s has been one of our two fav French restos in Singapore ever since it opened. The food is not particularly creative, just very well executed. The overall style of the house is discrete and low-key (except for the purple lights that make it look like a cheap night club). No chi-chi’s here (no amuse bouche, simple plates and cutlery, etc); that’s why they managed to produce an exceptionally good-value set lunch for $38++. Unless you come here every week, don’t miss out on the signature cold angel hair pasta. On our last visit, only one dish disappointed - Japanese wagyu at $190++; it was good, but not worth it and less satisfying than an USDS ribeye at a premier steakhouse. Great policy of free corkage for 2 pax.

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Gunther’s has been one of our two fav French restos in Singapore ever since it opened. The food is not particularly creative, just very well executed. The overall style of the house is discrete and low-key (except for the purple lights that make it look like a cheap night club). No chi-chi’s here (no amuse bouche, simple plates and cutlery, etc); that’s why they managed to produce an exceptionally good-value set lunch for $38++. Unless you come here every week, don’t miss out on the signature cold angel hair pasta. On our last visit, only one dish disappointed - Japanese wagyu at $190++; it was good, but not worth it and less satisfying than an USDS ribeye at a premier steakhouse. Great policy of free corkage for 2 pax.

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We’ve all heard of cold truffle angel hair pasta. But Gunther’s version is the best in my opinion with the saltiness of the cavier blending in perfect harmony with the truffle oil, chives and kombu.

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lunch set $38++
comes with bread,appetizer,mains and dessert.
i love their butter!!! i had the ravioli of foie gras for appetizer it was damn gooodddd. #worthit

Part of $80 lunch set

Roasted Hokkaido 🇯🇵 Scallop with seasonal white truffle and quails egg
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Very simple but nice dish. The large and fresh scallop was simply roasted in its own juices with a few light herbs. This produced a stunningly sweet gravy. The White truffle compliments it well and the quail egg was nice (though a touch overcooked). Overall, a good dish.

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