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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Far from wimpy, this tasty salad is sure to satisfy even the meat-lovers because of the cured duck meat, duck gizzard, shaved foie gras and crispy lardons thrown in with the mixed greens, tomatoes, walnuts and croutons.


This pretty dessert is ideal for those with a sweet tooth as the light-as-air meringue is served with some Crème Anglaise, roasted almonds and crowned with a piece of spun sugar art. I spotted it on nearly every table when I was there which is proof of its popularity.


This dish of “Filet de Bar” was very well executed. As thin as the seabass fillets were (which makes them tricky to cook), they were moist within and had a lovely crisped skin. I found them delicious with the broccolini done two ways (puree and mash) and balsamic reduction. A good choice for a light meal.

The housemade red wine sauce created with beef and chicken stocks, veal jus, shallots, vinegar, red wine and finished with butter, and the lardons ensure this traditional Burgundian dish punches way above its weight in richness. Yes, even with the acidicity from pearl onions and the cushioning of sourdough. And let’s not forget it has its own eggporn moment too.

I have always regarded “So France” first and foremost, as a specialist store stocked with an impressive range of French products but recently, under the new leadership of Managing Director Loic Esposito, with the support of Operations Manager Christian Long and Head Chef Balaji in the kitchen, the “So France Bistro” at Duo Galleria, has become a force to be reckoned with. Just take a look at the various menus when you visit at any time of the day and you know that a #JourneyThroughFrance is on the cards.
Whether you are in the mood for wine and nibbles, a quick light meal or a lingering feast, there is a plethora of superb options.
My favourite dish from the hosted tasting was the “Frog Legs” ($42++ for 8 legs with Pomme Puree / $22++ for 4 legs).
An off-menu special that is Managing Director Loic’s favourite from his childhood, it features locally-farmed frog legs that are marinated for 24 hours in Alexis Muñoz 18:1 extra virgin olive oil, crushed garlic, fresh thyme, salt and pepper, then sous vide for 25 mins before being cooked nice and slow in melted butter and olive oil. Just before it is served, a garlic butter made with the famous Bordier butter is added. The result is tender, juicy and smooth-of-meat frog legs coated in the most aromatic, sinful richness. Spoon on a bit of the accompanying silky potato puree to add a velvety touch to every bite.

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Originating from the Jura region in France, the Mont d’Or is a soft-ripened cheese which is made from raw cow’s milk. It is washed with white wine and baked to a sublime gooey-ness which stays pretty much the same even when it has cooled down. This cheese has a subtle funkiness but that is what makes it irresistible.
Head Chef Balaji served it on a board with assorted cold cuts, toast and some impossibly delicious potato grenaille. We could not stop ourselves from dunking the latter two in the creaminess even when the other dishes started showing up.
If you want to give the Baked Mont d’Or ($36++) a try, do note this item is only available until 15th March.