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7 Fraser Street
#01-51/56 DUO Galleria
Singapore 189356

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11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

09:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm


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Sponge Cake with Homemade Rum Syrup served with Whipped Cream.

First time having a Rhum Baba and this was certainly a dessert that fits the occasion just right after dinner. While the sponge cake is a little dense, it soaks in all of that generous portion of rum syrup just fine, infusing the cake with a deep, boozy punch that hits the taste buds in an instant — a real alcoholic kick that would work well with those who love boozy desserts. Balancing all that booziness would be the whipped cream; inducing a light hint of sweetness and taking away some of the heaviness of the homemade rum syrup, the whipped cream also helped to lighten things with its fluffy and light texture, with the fruits providing a hint of tartness to the dessert. A great way to put the meal here to an end on a decadent and luxurious note.

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Part of the lunch menu, thick creamy sauce to go with tender bite-sized chicken. The mashed potato is a tad dry in an otherwise refreshing tomato-based sauce.

Super worth it spread of cured meats (saucisson, chorizo and ham), cherry jam, terrine and not-the-usual French cheeses: Crottin Affiné (goat), Petite Fumé (goat), Ossau-Iraty (sheep) and Les Ovales du Poitou (goat). Lots to nibble on while imbibing on their very reasonably-priced wines and ciders here — I really enjoyed the very easy to drink sweet cider (cidre doux, $8.50 for half a pint).


Hard to go wrong with fresh Atlantic oysters showered with a squeeze of lemon juice. They have oysters from Arcachon Bay (from $18 for 3) too, as well as a baked option with sabayon (from $19 for 3).


Not that crazy about truffle fries, but it was $0.50 more compared to the normal fries, so why not?
There's a bit more fluffy middle to crisp edges in every bite, so we felt this was not great as a snack, but would probably go better as a carb with meaty mains.


Wasn't expecting this for an "octopus salad" and wouldn't have ordered had we known. Dressing was nicely balanced, but I got that tingling sensation on the tongue that I usually get when eating not-so-fresh fish. Not sure if it was the octopus or maybe just the acid in the seasoning.