Francophiles and foodies delight!
Singapore’s most exquisite French restaurants is where you’ll find some of our most talented chefs.
These French restaurants might be a bit of a splurge, but it’s worth every dollar.
With the backing of years of experience at the popular Au Petit Salut, Rhubarb Le Restaurant is executive chef Paul Longworth and manager Jerome Desfonds’ movement to an even “higher-end” venture.
An intimate restaurant serving only 7 tables, expect exquisite French cuisine that’s as classic and authentic as it is innovative.
Our favourite: Plump Breast and Confit Leg of Pigeon with sesame-crunch grapes and rose-scented rhubarb purée. (Unsurprisingly, rhubarb makes an appearance in a selection of dishes, from purée in the mains to sorbet in the desserts.)
3 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089589
NEXT: Les Amis →
Executive chef Sabastien Lepinoy’s marries meticulous French techniques with a light touch of Asian aesthetics to create elevated dishes that will define your dining experience at Les Amis.
Seasonal produce is king – the menu changes according to the freshest produce available, but mainstays include classic ingredients like caviar and truffle. Try the signature Caviar Kristal: cold angel hair pasta with caviar, black truffle, and kombu.
#01-16 Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228208
NEXT: Scotts 27 →
Scott 27’s residential dining theme make it the epitome of luxury dining. Situated in beautiful verandah-style Heritage House, dine in one of the three themed private rooms.
Exclusivity is taken to a whole new level – the restaurant only opens when reservations are made. (Previously, you could only dine there by invitation!)
Signature dishes such as Lobster Bisque with Lobster Claw, Beef Tartar by Maître D’ Edith, Crispy of Medly of Duck Confit with Foie Gras served with Java Coffee Sauce, and more.
27 Scotts Road, Singapore 228222
NEXT: Restaurant Andre →
Crowned the 32nd best restaurant in the world and helmed by possibly Singapore’s most revered chef, Restaurant Andre by chef Andre Chiang grants you an experience that transcends taste.
His 8-course menu, “Octaphilosophy”, features dishes named after the elements they so contain, such as “texture”, “memory”, “terroir”, and more.
His signature “Memory” dish – foie gras jelly with black truffle coulis – certainly etched itself deep in the memory of diners who’ve tried it.
41 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089855
NEXT: Gunther’s →
Helmed by chef Gunther Hubreschsen, who has years of experience in Les Amis under Alain Passard under his belt, Gunther’s prides itself for its “simple and honest cooking from the heart”, but what it yields is sophisticated, extraordinary French fare.
After years of experience in Michelin Star restaurants in France and Italy, chef Nicolas Joanny heads the culinary Jem that is his eponymous restaurant.
The tasting menu changes fortnightly not only according to the season but also to chef Nicolas’ inspirations, but expect unfailingly innovative dishes like Roasted Rack of Lamb with ras el hanout spice, and Ravoili “Sea And Land”, comprising smoked duck and asari clams bouillon infused with iramian saffron.
10 Teck Lim Rd, Singapore 088386
NEXT: Rhubarb Le Restaurant →
By Pinky Chng, July 2016