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❉❉❉ 3 Michelin Star Two-Michelin starred Odette is a collaboration between Chef-Owner Julien Royer and The Lo & Behold Group. Located at National Gallery Singapore, the restaurant serves Modern French cuisine guided by Royer’s lifelong respect for seasonality, terroir and artisanal produce sourced from boutique producers aroundthe world. Odette is named in tribute to Royer’s grandmother who taught him how some of the most remarkable dishes can come from the purest ingredients, and believed in ensuring that the fundamental pleasures of enjoying a meal are delivered in the most thoughtful, welcoming and hospitable manner. This ethos has directed every aspect of the Odette experience. The space has been designed by London-based Universal Design Studio, with overall creative direction led by Singaporean artist Dawn Ng.

1 St Andrew's Road
#01-04 National Gallery Singapore
Singapore 178957

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12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:00pm


07:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community


Odette’s Cannelé possesses all the qualities expected of this specialty from the Bordeaux region in France.
The small and fragrant vanilla-flavoured pastry had a dark, almost-burnt, thick caramelised crust. In contrast, its core was very soft, almost like a firm-ish custard. Superbly delectable bite this is.

To place an order for a box or two, please click on the link in @odettesingapore’s bio on Instagram.


When I went to collect my order of the “Bresse Poularde Au Vin Jaune” from @odetterestaurant on Thursday (you can read about the delectable French chicken and rice dish in my earlier post), I learned from Marta who passed me my bag of food that @chef_julien had gifted me dessert as well. Yay!
Could I wait till after dinner to have them? Of course not. Greedy me attacked the gorgeous “Trio Of Tarts” soon after I got home.
With a pastry shell like fine bone china, the tarts were exquisite to the nth degree and required a careful touch when picking them up.
I started with the “Yuzu Blanc Manger & Lemon”, a heavenly creation with a cloud of meringue on luscious lemon curd cradled in the thinnest crisp tart base.
Then, the “Korean Strawberry and Basil” which had a lovely rose-scented jam filling beneath the custard. I am guessing it‘s the same one based on Chef Julien’s grandmother’s recipe that guests get to take home a jar of when they dine at #odetterestaurant. I thought it went exceedingly well with the fresh fruit and herb.
Sitting squarely on the rich end of the spectrum was the “Jivara Chocolate and Tonka Bean” tart with its luxurious ganache filling. I found this especially lovely with a cup of black coffee.

To place an order for the above, please click on the link in @odettesingapore’s bio on Instagram.


After spending $128 on the “Bresse Poularde Au Vin Jaune” (serves 2 pax) from Three-MICHELIN Starred @odetterestaurant, I was understandably nervous about messing up the finishing steps at home. Thank goodness, Owner-Chef Julien is astute enough to know some of us (🙋🏻‍♀️) are quite useless in the kitchen, so he had clear instructions attached to the neatly packaged chilled food (yes, all the components come cold). Armed with a kitchen timer, I followed each step carefully, and lo and behold (𝘱𝘶𝘯 𝘪𝘯𝘵𝘦𝘯𝘥𝘦𝘥 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘵𝘩𝘰𝘴𝘦 𝘸𝘩𝘰 𝘨𝘦𝘵 𝘪𝘵 😁)...SUCCESS!

Essentially a refined version of rich comfort food (and who wouldn’t appreciate that during this Circuit Breaker period), the dish features half of a browned-in-pan French chicken in a dreamy sauce of cream made fragrant with the famous yellow wine from the Jura region in Eastern France and an abundance of mushrooms (mostly morel, my favourite). The spring vegetables, which include baby carrots and romanesco cauliflower that I added during the heating up process, were remarkably sweet and fresh.

With such a stellar main, naturally the accompaniment has to measure up and the premium Niigata rice from Japan certainly did. The portion of the shiny cooked short grains is generous, and even has its own condiments - an insanely addictive crunchy crumbled chicken skin and finely-chopped chives (sorry, those aren’t shown in my photo). They are to be sprinkled / smothered on just before eating.

I’d recommend ordering this when you fancy a little indulgence, or if you have an occasion to celebrate. After all, why not spoil yourself with some #MichelinAtHome?

P.S. Based on my own experience, service is impeccable even outside of the restaurant. Marta from the front-of-house team, kept in close contact with me via SMS, so collection was a breeze. She was waiting for me by the roadside as we drove up, and took the initiative to place the bags of food in the backseat so I could remain in my vehicle. How thoughtful.


If I had to choose one: this is definitely the surprise of the night as I had no idea that pigeon meat could be done medium rare. My taste buds were so confused as I thought I was eating steak that is marinated with peppers. The meat was so tender and the peppers added some spice to it.

This course has to be the highlight of the year as it was more than just a pretty sight; in fact the lobster was so sweet and fresh that it left me speechless. I was instructed to mix and match the different ingredients as each combination gave off a very different taste. The tangy tomato sauce combined with the creamy vanilla brought out the best of the blue lobster.

I count myself as of those lucky ones who managed to see why Odette is number 1 restaurant in Asia. Each course is meticulously designed and thought out; an example is this mushroom tea( yes not soup) which completed the mushroom bread so well that I lost forget the bread was a supplement!