La Brasserie

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~$90/pax
A relaxing sanctuary along the bay, La Brasserie embodies true waterfront dining with a chic brasserie inspiration, which offers breathtaking views of Marina Bay.

80 Collyer Quay
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
Singapore 049326

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

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

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

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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

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

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The hubs was v much impressed with this lunch, tho it looked rather small in portion. The confit was crispy on the outside and tender within. Served alongside mash and peas (can’t quite recall if it’s meant to be seasonal greens)

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Octie tail tasted as good as it looks. Nothing close to rubbery (phew), served alongside some purée and almond flakes

It's a ..... puny roll stuffed with Lobster served alongside truffle fries. The broiche bun was on point, lobster flesh was succulent and sweet, well accompanied with a good portion of mayo. The truffle fries were executed well - each shoestring was crispy and yums. The only gripe was the small-ish portion of lobster roll. You do have to stuff yourself with the fries to fill yourself up!

Available from Monday to Sunday, the set dinner menu is priced at $68++ per pax which in my opinion is extremely value-for-money for the spread that you are going to get.

Diners will have an option between three starters which we chose the Sautéed Prawn & Chorizo that is cooked in a white wine sauce and complemented with pine nuts. Soup is next and you can choose between the Champignon & Truffle or traditional onion soup, the former made with a potage base and served with brioche croutons. The mains will follow thereafter with five different options such as the signature Confit De Canard and Chateaubriand (a top-up of $38 is required). The former is a crispy duck confit paired with a Valencia orange reduction while the former is a 200g grain-fed beef tenderloin fillet steak. Lastly, end the meal with desserts and a cup of coffee/tea. My overall assessment is that at $68++, you are not only getting a multi course meal at a fanciful restaurant, there’s the picturesque surrounding environment for a perfect date night.
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✨ La Brasserie
📍 80 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore 049326
🌐 https://www.diningcity.sg/en/singapore/la_brasserie_aat3
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Can’t remember the name for this but it was $78. Not much lobster for the hefty price tag but I must say it was fresh and juicy. The pasta surprised me with its flavour and al dente texture. It was one of the rare times when I actually finished the whole serving of pasta. They also served complimentary bread (a tiny slice of sourdough and a mini baguette) which was fluffy and fresh. The baguette was just right, crunchy in the outside and super fluffy on the inside. I surprised myself by finishing all the bread too.

Also pro tip: sign up for their loyalty service (qr code is on the placemat) to get 20% the ala carte bill!

Main course: Beef tartare, served with sourdough and truffle fries. [supplement $12]

My yolk was a bit over cooked, it was not as flowy as I’d like it to be. But enjoyed the blend of flavors from the seasoning on the finely diced beef and the visible capers, onions, gherkins and that punch from the mustard and the hint of Worcestershire sauce.

3 course option at $55.

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