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Le Bistrot Du Sommelier

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Le Bistrot Du Sommelier serves traditional, hearty, tasty, classic French food with only the best seasonal ingredients. Our award-winning Chef Brandon Foo and his team take great pride in making our food fresh daily and from scratch using traditional and modern methods and techniques

53 Armenian Street
Singapore 179940

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12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm


12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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Soufflé was impressively hefty with a whimsical jiggle, and an absolute gastronomical delight.

Exterior was beautiful golden and crisp, easily giving way to reveal airy mousse inside. A good scoop would yield coconut praline, complementing the light soufflé with robust nutty indulgence.

The macadamia ice cream on the side made for an amazing pairing through its rich and creamy taste, with coldness that contrasted against the warm soufflé.

For $48++, you get this entire 500g wheel of spectacular French milk cheese, oven baked with your choice of sautéed onions and bacon/wild mushrooms/white wine, then served with either bread or steamed potatoes. Maaaan if you like all things creamy, rich, and goopy like I do, you’d love this to bits. The only problem you could possibly face with this, is that once you pull a warm one out of the oven and start eating it, it’s impossible to stop.

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Classic vanilla and caramel custard - this was simple and great. The custard was so smooth and light, it felt as if it was floating through my mouth with every bite. This was the dessert we ordered as part of the lunch set, and when we were eyeing the neighbouring tables, the raspberry vanilla choux puff looked stunning too. We will be back!

Profiteroles - homemade choux bun filled with vanilla ice cream, drenched with warm chocolate sauce and crispy almond flakes. These were probably the best profiteroles I’ve ever had! The choux puffs were delightfully light and crisp, the chocolate sauce was rich but not too cloying... I could go on and on. Bottom line is, this bistro is amazing.

Pan-seared onglet with shallots and garlic confit, served with French fries - we had this as part of their lunch set menu ($38), which is really value for money for the high quality of food they deliver. The beef was so tender and soft! We were gushing about it with every bite. Even the fries on the side were done fresh and crisp.

So creamy and delightful! We enjoyed every spoon of it and it was gone in no time. The French really do know how to make simple dishes shine, and Le Bistro du Sommelier really takes me back to two months ago when I was in Paris.