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36 Purvis Street
Singapore 188613

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

06:30pm - 10:00pm


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

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

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

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

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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
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.


The cold angel hair pasta is their highly prized and highly priced dish - it costs the same as the RW menu on its own. The portion is possibly half the amount of a plate of regular pasta. I only had one mouthful because it’s my friend’s dinner, but that bit bested all the other dishes. The intense truffle flavour exploded into fireworks in my mouth, the exquisite caviar pearls gave it colour like the green and red heart sparks during National Day. A must order at the restaurant.


The dessert was pleasantly unexpected of the French restaurant. A ravioli filled with white sesame paste is placed on a liquescent base of chocolate sauce and what I think is condensed milk(?), sprinkled with crushed peanuts and berries. The ‘Asian-ess’ of it caught me by surprise, it’s comparable to the Chinese “tang yuan”, but the chocolate sauce and the sour berries gave it a different identity.


I was delighted to see Gunther's in the RW listing, and more so that they had dinner bookings available. Made one on the spot even before I asked my friend if he wanted to join me - that's how highly anticipated this meal was.

The decor is teeming with classic elegance, cool gray walls with warm spot lighting on the immaculately set tables. Loudness levels seem to be kept at a maximum of 50-70dB with waiters and diners conversing in whispers. One of my friends who came with her husband told me later that she didn’t dare to say hi and cause a commotion because of how quiet the place was. Great for private time with your partner(s) but the setting can be a tad intimidating.

The menu cost $58++ with three courses, I chose the pan fried foie gras ($15 add-on), grilled smoked rack of black pig for the main, and dessert was a sesame ‘bonbon’ with chocolate. The slab of foie gras was a sight to behold, but lavish as it is, I would’ve preferred more sear around and a teeny bit more salt on it especially with the mild sweetness from the apple coulis and port sauce. The grilled pork (not in photo) was forgettable, cooked well with the chewy fat retained but bland and unexciting.