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Opened by two alumni of Au Petit Salut, this exclusive yet snug French restaurant sports an open kitchen. French classics are subtly and intelligently ...
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One MICHELIN Star: High quality cooking, worth a stop!
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A small fine French restaurant set up by Paul Longworth, Jerome Desfonds & Au Petit Salut. Contempory approach to French cuisine with very personalised service. A well worked out and affordable wine list to completment the dining experience.
PRICE RANGE
S$56 - S$185
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner
CUISINES
French, European
FEATURES
Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A wonderful addition to our gastronomic tour of Singapore. Our 3rd Michelin in Singapore (2nd this year) and definitely the best of the bunch. The dining room isn’t large, but that is a bonus. Big dining rooms usually equates to a less personal service and...a louder atmosphere. This was a similar sized dining space to Restaurant Gordon Ramsey, with a great view into the open kitchen. There’s also a room upstairs but I didn’t see this. The menu was fixed with 3 starters a main and a dessert (with optional cheese plate which I took). Service was very good and very personal. The sommelier (Joseph) was both great conversation and gave good advice. A very nice guy. Chef Paul was leading the kitchen and also served and explained a couple of dishes to us, a very nice personal touch. The other dishes were served by the waiters who knew the dishes well and talked us through each course. As the title says, a little gem of a restaurant and we will definitely be back.More

Date of visit: January 2024
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Reviewed 16 November 2023 via mobile

Rhubarb, @DuxtonHill This restaurant has been around for a decent amount of years! Chef Owner, Paul Longworth, a true master of his craft, has made himself a name for his consistency for excellence! We had the privilege to enjoy a truly special meal at his...One Starred Michelin which he had for 7 consecutive years now! (An FYI for those that are hung up on the Tire Company 😇) His consistently high rating is true through use of exceptional ingredients prepared meticulously to bring out the best flavours & textures! My host today, a F&B professional for almost 60 years, is a huge fan of Chef Paul & his culinary prowess! The Amuse Bouche was a composition of Pork & Carrot Rilette topped with a Pear Gel, the crisp That encased this delightful bite gave it all the dimensions making it the perfect starter The Scallops from Myagi were not only perfectly cooked but with the Taramasalata, the buttermilk & parsley/ Daikon was not only a perfect flavour composition but also a light dish that really got us going! 💯 Pointer in my book The timely serving of the Cep&Chestnut emulsion, truly fitting this time of the year, on a bed of fermented mushroom, and crowned with finely shredded Autumn Truffles is a signature dish of Rhubarb! Simply amazingly delightful! Perfection in a glass The Seabream, with its puffed scales, Seafood Qinoia, a Saffron Aioli and the Soup de Poisson, was a multi dimensional creation which was so perfectly executed that it truly left for wanting more! Loved the use of the zucchini flower, a crowning perfection! another 💯 pointer! Since I am a huge fan of pigeon , the breasts were cooked to perfection, served with a “Bonbon” of the leg confit, Cotechino Dumpling and topped with a pomegranate Sauce, it was another Homerun so to speak! Blessed we are to be able to enjoy such expression of culinary mastery, we left completely at peace with ourselves and the world for these were 2 hours not only well spend but an extraordinary enjoyment that will linger for some time to come! Thank you Paul for being such perfectionist! #singapore #foodsg #sgfoodie #sgfoodporn #gourmet #cuisine #foodagram #foodaddict #SGfood #sgfoodstagram #sglifestylesingapore #rhubarb #rhubarbtherestaurant #paullongworth #duxtonhillsingapore #duxtonMore

Date of visit: November 2023
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Reviewed 4 October 2023

We had been thinking of visiting Rhubarb for a while and finally made it one afternoon for lunch. The place was small, simple but comfortably elegant. There was natural light from the ceiling above us. It was peaceful and I thought it looked pretty pleasant...during day time. The food was definitely of good quality. What impressed me was the creativity of the chef in using surprising ingredients and tastes on the side which worked very well with the dish. I could feel the sincere effort and talent of the chef through this. It was a pleasant afternoon. We would love to visit Rhubarb again soon. It is a well deserving Michelin restaurant with good value even though that value was negated by the high water charge. .More

Date of visit: March 2023
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Reviewed 4 September 2023 via mobile

Second time here, warm and honest, nice tastes, a weird combination of homey and world class Michelin dining experience. Loved it both times.

Date of visit: September 2023
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Reviewed 2 April 2023 via mobile

My wife and I made a reservation for dinner last night. The food had great depth of flavour whilst also being innovative, the presentation exquisite. We found the wine list contained plenty of nice French wines to choose from. All of this was enjoyed from...within a lovely room with an open kitchen. Staff were friendly and attentive. We thought pricing was reasonable when the worthy michelin star is considered. At the end of your meal, the chef comes out from the kitchen to thank you as you are leaving. It was a nice touch at the end of an enjoyable evening.More

Date of visit: April 2023
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Reviewed 7 January 2023

We had dinner here a few months back and we still remember this out of this world mushroom "soup" that was essentially of a foam-mousse-like consistency and tasted divine. The wait for the entire omakase was rather long but well worth the amazing creations of...the chef.More

Date of visit: September 2022
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Reviewed 3 January 2023

The food itself here is quite good especially considering the total price. In most other places in Singapore, a similar meal would cost a lot more. However, the rest of it is not up to Michelin standards. The dining room looks "basic" and the staff...do not really explain the dish well. They largely tell you the name of the dish and few of the key ingredients - nothing else....no journey / story. The chef does a brilliant job but really brought down by the staff who do not even appear energetic.More

Date of visit: December 2022
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Reviewed 28 December 2022

This is a small cosy restaurant which has just the right touch of elegance and minimalist decor... nothing too much just making the guests feeling comfortable. Basically, you have two omakase sets to choose from for lunch and the difference between the 3 and 4...course omakase is the signature mushroom emulsion, which I went for as I wanted to go through the entire journey. In fact, the portion of the mushroom emulsion was way larger than I expected and I shared it with my guest as well. Rarely do we, or should we (?), say the portions are too large (especially for French cuisine) but this course really filled me up. Other courses included the prawns as starter, beef as main course which my guests had but I had replaced it with pork instead. The prawn had a freshness to it although I think it may be cooked slightly a bit more raw. I enjoyed my pork but I noticed my guest's beef was a bit tough as I saw them cutting it with some difficulty. I cannot comment on the quality as I didn't have the beef myself so, I'd leave that to other reviews to judge. Overall, I was happy and satisfied with the food but the staff could be more attentive and ask us how the food was and maybe we can share our views on the beef. No disappointment at all and it is a nice restaurant which I'd probably visit again.More

Date of visit: December 2022
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Reviewed 21 December 2022 via mobile

Dined solo @ a table next to the kitchen, perfect as there’s nothing like having a ringside seat. Opted for the 3 course Omakase set & was pleasantly surprised when a little complementary starter arrived, a crispy seaweed based wedge with fresh salmon & adorned...with little zesty lemon balls. The scallop was marinated in a fermented beetroot juice, soft & creamy in texture. My main was Australian beef, cooked to perfection & plated with an interesting array of vegetables. Desert was mouthwatering with the lemon curd, sorbet & of course rhubarb. At the end of my dining a little surprise box appeared full of little treats. The waiters were discreet, hospitable, knowledgeable about the wine list & made sure there was an ample supply of fresh assorted breads. Complements to the chef/director Paul Longworth & your team for the sensational dining experience I look forward to seeing you again in the near future.More

Date of visit: December 2022
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Reviewed 15 September 2022

The best prawn dishes I’ve ever had in any Western-style restaurant in Singapore, coupled with the best hospitality by Chef Paul Longworth and the wonderful front of house staff makes Rhubarb a restaurant I will always return to.

Date of visit: September 2022
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Reviewed 27 May 2022

i enjoyed my dinner here - each of the starters were delicious - i had my doubts about the onion emulsion but it was great. Only soft spot was the popcorn sauce with the lobster - completely overpowered it with cinema-sweetness. The same sauce served...cold could be used instead on the dessert plate - which was also delicious. So hats off to Paul for pushing culinary innovation. Nice mixed bunch of folk in the restaurant tooMore

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed 5 May 2022

This year, my lovely daughter brought me to Rhubarb at Duxton Hill for Mother Day’s luncheon. This is a rather decent, small and presentable restaurant; open kitchen with only 6-7 tables. We arrived for lunch and was serviced by Mr Pony-tail (didn’t get his name)...who was attentive, quick and friendly (loved his smile & professional humour). We selected the 3-course omakase set. I find the food here especially delicate, nice and exquisitely-presented. While the portion are small, it was just nice for us 2 slim ladies. Before our main course was out, we were treated with a good selection of small breads that were served hot and oh-so-yummy (my girl had 3 of these).More

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed 4 March 2022 via mobile

Not such a great Michelin experience quite frankly. Premises don’t seem as polished as other high end restaurants. Service took a fair bit of time, and wasn’t quite as expected - staff just quickly told us the name of the dish and left. I mean...it really didn’t seem Michelin. As for the food, this wasn’t really to our liking. The scallop and passion fruit combination just seemed like a total mismatch. The lamb was actually really bad with a very weak sauce - this was the first time we left food on the plate at a Michelin restaurant. Thumbs up to the truffle and celeriac dish. Dessert was ok but actually felt really refreshing after what I would call a very mediocre meal.More

Date of visit: February 2022
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Reviewed 15 February 2022

Superb Fine Dining Service and a delicate, cozy food presentation. Chef Paul will explain dish and ends in pouring the sauce, such elegance! The taste is superb with all of the flavour combination and texture in your mouth. Joseph assisted our dining experience and really...display professionalism and knowledge in the menu (ingredients, flavour etc)..More

Date of visit: February 2022
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Reviewed 13 February 2022

We went to Rhubard for our 30th wedding anniversary. What a great experience! Food and wine were excellent. The service is awesome and even the chef takes the time to come to your table. At the end of the lunch, we even received a lovely...attention to mark our special event. Thank you to the Chef and the entire Team for such a memorable day!More

Date of visit: December 2021
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They ask for dietary requirements so I am sure it is an option - they are very responsive and helpful so just email them
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We, as a couple, had pre dinner drinks, three courses with a reasonable wine and it came in at 450 SGD
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