Marché Mövenpick (Suntec City)

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Enjoy home-made European specialties and various refined foods – prepared right before your eyes at several market stalls.

3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-612/614 Suntec City Tower 3 East Wing
Singapore 038983

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Half a knuckle. Worth it at half price. I haven't had good knuckle in a long time. Marche proved we should only trust European restaurants for it. Crackling skin and mostly tender flesh. I've never liked sauerkraut but the additional coleslaw helped.

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Seafood Platter($28.90) - 7.5/10 Salmon is ok. Fried calamari ring is crispy,got a bit of the chew. Prawn is ok.

I don’t usually have desserts, but I’m glad that I tried the Easter Bunny Shortcake ($6.90+). It’s cutesy for the kids, but the flavours definitely deliver. A plain but palatable frosted cookie encases the strawberry shortcake within the glass.

Said strawberry shortcake is supremely scrumptious, with the sugar levels adeptly managed, and the sponge cake at the bottom being marvellously moist and moreish. And yes gimme more. Stat.

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Not gonna lie, @marchesingapore lovely looking Easter menu has incredibly unlucky timing. It was originally supposed to run across three weekends, with the final day being Easter Sunday. But LHL just slapped Singapore with a lockdown that’s a lockdown in literally everything but name, so I really do feel for Marché.⠀

One of the more flashy entrées is the sumptuous Slow Baked Herb Crusted Lamb Shank ($29.90 before 7% GST). It’s quite gamey, but that brilliant brown sauce in the ramekin suppresses the odour very well, and adds a smooth, velvety savouriness to the lamb. The herb crust tasted a lot like garlic bread crumbs, and needless to say, the crust on the lamb shank was absolutely addictive.⠀

The lamb might be acceptably tender, but I wouldn’t know due to Marché handing out disposable plastic cutlery to every patron, doing away with the actual metal cutlery. As you can imagine, trying to cut through the lamb with a plastic fork & knife is a tall order. I appreciate that Marché was trying to do their part in combating the virus, but it wasn’t very well thought out. Slicing the meat with an actual knife before plating would be a better idea, definitely.⠀

The ratatouille gratin on the side was considerably easier to eat, and it was simply sumptuous. While some may not be a fan of assorted veggies, they’ll love it once it’s smothered under a blanket of majestic melted cheese. Pair this redolent ratatouille with the lamb shank and a glass of Chianti or Shiraz from Marché’s bar, and you’re Gucci.

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The seafood aglio oglio ($21.90+) is probably my favourite of all their pastas! I didn’t find this as flavourful as that in other outlets, but the seafood is fresh and succulent. Love the generous hand of chilli and garlic!

The pasta with mushrooms in cream sauce ($20.90+) is nothing to shout about. While of a good consistency, we found the sauce a little lacking in flavour - perhaps from the lack of meat components? Sprinkled a good portion of cheese on to boost its flavour! Fusilli was al dente and and there was a variety of mushrooms. Probably wouldn’t return for this specifically or pay full price - we scored this with Shopback’s 1 for 1!