Small restaurant with a great French Brasserie feel. Our group of 6 got a terrific little table in the corner. The menu is classic French, superbly delivered. We ordered the $75++ set menu (which seemed to cover a significant number of the dishes on the a'la carte menu). Between 6 of us we covered most of the choices: both soups were great; the rabbit and frog leg entrees were enjoyed, the prawn bouquet was good - but seriously old school; the lamb, duck, and beef mains were all enjoyed; as were the crème brulee and chocolate lava.The service was attentive, but not overpowering, nice touch for the chef to come out at the end of the night.The wine list is good, albeit limited - although it is a small restaurant. Like everywhere in Singapore it is pricey. Only a couple of $100(ish) options, and then jumped up into the $200+. We found White and Red in our price range - and all were good wines.
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