2 Pandan Valley
#01-206 Pandan Valley Condominium
Singapore 597626

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Food is ok
💕 Love the bread is soft and well heat up. Can bring your own bottle of wine 🍷 if want.
Raviole Du Royan was ok-ok
but $27 overpriced for the location inside a old condominium.
1 staff she need to take care all tables + wish for a welcoming when we enter but maybe that’s the ‘French way’ 😂 can improve Service if make a effort.

Homely and cosy French restaurant run by a local couple. Decor's a little dated but rather homely and cosy. Food was good. Loved the chicken leg confit.

This little labour of love has been run by Johnny and Lisa for close to 7 years now, and it’s been consistently satisfying. The 3-course set lunch is good value at $34 (+$10 for the red wine braised angus beef cheeks). Their French Onion soup is $16 but it’s the sort of thing you want on a cold rainy day.

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House-cured salmon, topped with fresh chopped dill, Apple salad and walnut. One of the house specials, and only available when they have fresh salmon. The crunch, the refreshing flavours of both the sea and the land, certainly put anyone into a smile. And we need to talk about the darn vibrantly coloured house-cured salmon. Doesn't smell age old, or look like one, and using the fattiest part of the salmon, that fat-meat combo is quite delightful.
This is definitely the one place, to be for French food. The owners are Husband and Wife combo, and the setting is very casual, intimate and small. Don't expect fancy French food, but rather very wholesome and authentic cuisine.


Catch of the day (2-course; $30)

Very well done pan-seared barramundi, on top of roasted baby potatoes and ratatouille, and pesto sauce.

The skin, is fried to perfection, til the end the skin is nice crisp. You can hear the crisp sound when putting the knife through. The fish, fresh and firm. It's flaky and very moist. That ratatouille is heavenly with good seasoning, and sweetness comes through.

Looked like a heavy dish, but well paired with good texture, light but distinct sauces. The pesto sauce isn't heavy at all, light and compliments the overall meal.

French done right!


Part of their lunch set menu ($30 for two course meal); this duck confit with cream spaghetti 🍝 is nicely done. Al dente spaghetti and tossed in heavy cream and duck confit. It was yummy at the 1st bite, only to be sick after fifth bite, cause it's a little too heavy for my tastebud. The cream is actually quite light in taste, the salt/savoury is actually coming from the shredded duck confit. Quiet and small setting, and it try to be as French as possible with its hues of velvet red and wood furniture, but still lacking. But definitely good natural light streaming in!