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[CLOSED] L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

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~$150/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * ❉❉ 2 Michelin Stars L’Atelier is a unique dining concept where chefs can experiment and create, working on new ideas and fusing different concepts reflective of the locale. This presentation immerses guests in a dining experience where guests are part of the action, separated merely by a counter between kitchen and main dining area.

8 Sentosa Gateway
Level 1 Hotel Michael
Singapore 098269

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From the Burpple community

These small burgers ccontain nice sized medium rare Wagyu beef patties and generous chunks of seared foie Gras with caramelized bell peppers and homemade barbeque sauce. Little bit unusual having burgers at a 2 Michelin ⭐⭐ restaurant but these were delicious. Juicy, greasy and packed full of flavour. The barbeque sauce was superb and reminiscent of good American barbeque. One of the finest burgers I've had 👍
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#burpple #chopebites

Part of set menus (roughly $40 ala carte)
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As we enter the spring season, it is the best time of the year to eat asparagus, peas, strawberries, mushrooms, etc
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This was a great dish with a super runny egg covered with a crisp exterior and perfectly cooked peas and pea emulsion. Highly recommended.

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ACAMASEATS & GTK💮: Spaghetti aglio olio cooked mildly spicy alongside lobster bisque, topped with sous vide quail egg & covered in seafood foam. Tempura cooked Prawn for an extra crunch. This alone is enough for me to head back to L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon for a full blown Degustation. Or maybe even the main Joël Robuchon Restaurant. 🤤
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@rwsentosa RWS Street Eats is happening from 12 to 20 August which sees reputable Hawkers from Southeast Asia namely Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam & Indonesia offering their iconic local delicacies. 🏵

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Le Rouge. Strawberry panna cotta 🍓 with tequila sorbet and soft cranberry meringue. Love desserts with edible flowers 🌷! They just make the dish so pretty.

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So worth it! This is the carbonara style Acini Pasta starter with slow cooked egg, aged parmesan and shaved parmesan. Looking forward to the main course! 😄

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I have always been the foodie in the relationship. At a hawker centre, my other half is the type who doesn't see the point in queuing or waiting for food even if it's only a couple of minutes (let alone an entire half hour), regardless of yumminess and reputation. When he places an order, it would be in the most basic style, either by holding up an index finger (for one bowl of whatever it is) or use the shortest sentence possible. I, on the other hand, would wait up to an hour (with my trusty mobile phone as company) for a dish I like, make a beeline for any queue in front of a stall that looks promising and when it's my turn, launch a little spiel on specifics like to please add more chilli, hold the sweet sauce and pile on the pork lard. So no prizes for guessing who's the one who always does the ordering and who "chopes" the seats!
Not surprisingly, when we dine at fancier places, he leaves it entirely to me to decide. On a visit not too long ago to "L'atelier Joel de Robuchon", as usual, I was the one who perused the menu, chatted with the chef and waiters before selecting the dishes for us. And thus it was because of this that he got to be transported by the "La Roseval" ($39++), a dish of pig trotter, something he would usually not touch with a ten-foot pole. When it was served, he eyed it suspiciously before taking a tentative bite. Love struck in an instant. By the way his eyes lit up, it was obvious I now had to share his heart with this gloriously aromatic, fatty pork. That gratinated finish with aged Parmesan cheese only made the bits of cartilage even more irresistible, resulting in a savoury, sticky yumminess that had him (and myself) enamoured.
So yes, the adage "opposites attract" rings true for us. And I would like to think that because of my influence, his tastebuds have gone on many thrilling rides, with many more to come.
#EatBurpLove

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