French restaurant Fleur De Sel now open on Tras Street

French restaurant Fleur De Sel is now open on Tras Street, right by other noted French establishments like Brasserie Gavroche.

A cozy space featuring an open-concept kitchen, the place is helmed by French chef-owner Alexandre Lozachmeur, who has worked at the Spoon restaurants and Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée, as well as for seven years in Singapore at establishments like Au Petit Salut and Brasserie Les Saveurs.

On the menu are classic dishes such as seared duck liver with apple tatin ($28), seared Atlantic cod fish with beurre blanc ($38) and a Grand Marnier soaked baba ($18). There’s also an eight-course degustation menu ($168) and set lunches (from $38).

Wash it all down with their selection of French wines, from by the glass options (from $14) to bottles like Salon 1999 Champagne ($550) and Henri Boillot Criots Batard Montrachet 2010 ($390).