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“Nice food but quite pricey”
Review of Rhubarb

Rhubarb
Ranked #28 of 12,641 Restaurants in Singapore
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$42 - US$138
Cuisines: French
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Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Chinatown
Description: 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.
Reviewed 1 August 2018

Dined here for lunch because of AMEX promo.
Food was exquisite and taste great, love the beef cheeks.
Presentation was on point.

After desserts, the staff asked if we would like to have coffee or tea, and we said tea.
However the restaurant charged us for the tea + additional sweets which they offered, but did not inform us about the price. Water was chargeable too, around sgd20.

Date of visit: July 2018
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Thank flytheskies87
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Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

We went there for our Anniversary. The food is typical one star MICHELIN French style. Really a nice tasting experience. The wines are great and not too expensive.

Spent some time to chat with the owner and the Chef...they have the passion of good food and make your experience unique !!

Worth to try in Singapore.

A must, the rhubarbe dessert.

Date of visit: July 2018
Thank sebh814
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Reviewed 26 July 2018 via mobile

First time to Rhubarb for a birthday dinner with a group of friends. Each of us had a set dinner at S$140++ per pax. Warm service and cozy ambience for chatting. We been to many Michelin Star restaurants and frankly speaking, we all felt that Rhubarb just need a bit more “wow” in the food. There is nothing wrong with the food (each dish was cooked to perfection), but still it won’t leave a deep impression. Really hope Rhubarb can improvise something more challenging with layer & layer of excitement for our tastebuds.

Date of visit: July 2018
Thank JonathanF3220
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Reviewed 26 July 2018

This restaurant truly deserves at least one Michelin Star. I had eaten at Michelin Star restaurants before but never understood the hype. Now I do!

This was the best meal I've ever experienced so far. Beautiful, delicious, fabulous, amazing!

The service was very good, I think the waitress struggled a little bit with our English but we were well taken care of, in a warm and supportive atmosphere; it did not at all feel stuck up, which I don't enjoy.

Every dish we had was a celebration for the eyes and taste buds. The flavors melted together in my mouth and were just incredible.

We were lucky to get to talk to the chef who was very friendly and there is no doubt that Rhubarb is his labor of love. The whole team, you can see them cook, worked hard and did a fantastic job.

I hope to be able to be back one day. Thank you, Rhubarb team. Great job!

Date of visit: July 2018
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1  Thank Natascha T
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Reviewed 8 July 2018

Singapore boasts 38 restaurants with Michelin Stars, ranging from one to three. The elegant, lush, green Duxton Hill is an appropriate setting for a star-studded restaurant. The neighborhood might even look like a quaint European village with history lacing it. Graceful bars, shops, stores and restaurants line the well-paved roads. Contemporary French Rhubarb Le Restaurant, sporting one star, is in this enchanting location.

Do I have to say more?

Well, this restaurant deserves the star. Rhubarb has just about seven tables, seating about 30 guests. The atmosphere is intimate, snug. From every table, guests can watch the stylish open kitchen. It’s a pleasure to watch the white-clad staff, busy crafting the contemporary French dishes under Chef Paul’s leadership. Rhubarb offers an a la carte menu. A set multi-course menu, where the guest can select seafood, or the type of meat is also available. Ingredients include foie gras, oyster, toothfish, anchovy, snails, bone marrow and quail. The chef or one of his staff presented our orders with a short description of the dish. The set menu ends with a tasty, assorted desert plate. As may be expected, visual appeal gets attention as much as the taste.

The wine list is predominantly French, but fine wine from elsewhere, representing new and old world, are included.

The place is all about Chef Paul’s personal interpretation of the modern French cuisine. Overall, it offers a good experience, but at an appropriately hefty price.

Date of visit: June 2018
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1  Thank chackoka
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