The food was perfect and each dish creatively involved “rhubarb”, which we found out was something that wistfully reminded the chef of his childhood. The egg dish was light yet flavourful, though I must say the dried salty prawns added a little too much salt to the taste. The foie gras dish was creative and tasty, the chocolate really adding a special tint to the meal. Chef Paul responded well to request of the steak being less rare, and adapted the request to the two meat dishes that we received. Dessert was another highlight, where there was a light-hearted coconut sorbet and the petit fours ended our meal perfectly, providing a perfect balance between a heavy/light meal. The wine pairings overall fit each course very well, and it is well understood by the end of the meal that the restaurant values quality.
While this place does not sit in a 5 star hotel or next to a Singaporean landmark, the food more than makes up for it, and honestly speaking outperforms other French restaurants in taste.
Overall, this place comes well-recommended and I encourage those ready for good French food and honest blunt service to dine here.
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