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Taratata Bistrot

82 Wishlisted
~$60/pax
Taratata Bistrot - Authentic Regional French cuisine. This semi-casual restaurant opened its' doors in 2011. Was voted Best Restaurants 2016 by Tatler Singapore. Business Set Lunch $28 for 2-course and $38 for 3-course includes Pan Fried Foie Gras as choice appetizer. Weekday Set Menu 4-course at $55 Weeend Seasonal Set Menu 5-course at $70

35A Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089142

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
11:30am - 11:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Based on the reviews and recommendations on restaurant week’s platform, I booked a dinner slot at Taratata Bistro for my family.

Having gone with the 3 course set, we ordered the following dishes:

Appetiser - foie gras, tuna tartar
Main - beef stew, duck confit
Dessert - choc mousse, cheese platter

When placing our order, we were told that their signature dish were beef stew and duck confit so we decided to try. Not sure if it was just that day or the food is not suited to our tastebuds but we struggled to finish the beef stew. It was too salty and the meat was too hard. Duck confit was better but nothing to scream about. Their dessert turned out to be a pleasant surprise though.

All in all, was an interesting experience with restaurant week but wouldn’t revisit.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.

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