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First To Come In, Last To Leave My husband and I visited La Petite on 20th Sep 19 around 19.20. We ordered our food (lobster bisque and 2 weekend sets) at 19.29pm using GrabPay. At 20.00, our food was still not here. Looking around, we realised tables that came after us were already having their food, and were almost finishing. In the half hour we waited, not a single server came to ask after us, or even to refill our water. My husband then approached the counter to check on the food. Turns out, they had lost our order. They apologized and assured us they would allow us to "jump queue". Yes, after waiting half hour for our food, we are now jumping the queue. Again, we waited another 15 minutes. 3 more tables had their food served. I decided to approach the counter to check on the order again. Yes, the order was lost, and it would take some time for the mains to be ready, but for the soup and the appetizers to be delayed again, it was simply unacceptable. To note, at this point, one of the tables who arrived after us had already finished their meal and left. Finally, when our food had arrived, we thought this was the end of it. But boy were we wrong. I was still waiting for my main (duck confit) when my husband had already finished his main (steak). Once again, my husband went to the counter, and we found out that the server had taken my duck confit and served it to another table, and actually marked it off our order. Again, they issued another apology to appease us. We could not even cancel the order as we had already paid for the meal. It was meant to be a relaxing evening, but it ended up as one that was filled with frustration and hunger. What a Friday evening. I stress that this was not an isolated incident as there was another couple who was in the exact same predicament. When we left, they were still having their mains. Tldr; Go if you enjoy terrible service and having to remind your server every 15 minutes about your food. And waiting of course, for food that would never arrive.
Duck Confit ($22) The duck meat is tender and good but I’ve had better elsewhere at that price. The creamy potato gratin on the side was really good though...
Butter Croissant Soooo good by itself. By far one of the best croissants I’ve had in Singapore! The crust layers are just right (not soggy or too chewy) and it was fresh from the oven (: je l’aime ~
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Outrightly proclaiming my lunch here as possibly the best meal of 2019 — as of 18/11 at least. I’m not gonna run through course by course cause this was the only decent photo I managed to catch (I’m heavily reliant on my flash), so TLDR; every course was very well thought out and conceptualised, each element adding a complementary yet contrastive aspect to the dish, and really I’ve got nothing but compliments. The meal started off with starters that were absolutely stunning: chawanmushi was the bomb, and the mushroom tart was just 🤯 like who’d think microplaned raw shrooms could taste so good?? I’d recommend you get the $10 upgrade for the Jeju abalone multigrain risotto cause omg the smoky, tender, meaty abalone with that light risotto (I swear I tasted barley in there) was among the highlights of the meal. After plate and plate of insane flavours, the meal ended off with a light dessert of mellow melon sorbet, sweet sweet seasonal muscat grapes, and an ethereal makgeolli meringue. ⁣
Birthday Dinner With Family Very good food with excellent flavours and a good amount of food to keep you satisfied. Unfortunately their services leaves much to be desired. For the amount of money one pays for dinner there is no warmth or friendliness in the place. The acoustics of the restaurant are also poor- conversation is near possible if you are not shouting. Despite enjoying the food, I may not return.
Dining at @metasingapore was a play with the senses and palate, much as Chef Sun would bring about Korean and Asian twists to classic French cuisines using seasonal ingredients. This was 1 dinner set that didn’t feature beef in its main course but featured Irish duck and lamb ribs instead. And we were wow-ed by how delicious duck could be, perfectly done with a beautiful pink and a crispy skin with juicy fats underneath. The Jeju abalone and Kinmedai courses were a celebration seafood, done on point with tenderness on the abalone and amazingly crispy skin on the fish. The Irish oyster was not to be missed too, with tasty sauces to accentuate the fresh and plump oyster enjoyment. Every dish was an exploration adventure. Even the Melon dessert with nitro-frozen yoghurt and Makgeolli, and the surprise appearance by shaved truffle on the Buckwheat Tuile dessert. With a top-up for wine-pairing, the whole dining experience was elevated to another level of pleasure. Highly recommended if you do enjoy some wine with food.
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