Essentially a grill, this laidback French restaurant has a loyal following of French expats (always a good sign).
This cave-like and convivial restaurant and grill by chef Stephane Istel (formerly of the Daniel Boulud Group) serves up classic and solid French fare, from the rillettes, esgarcots and terrines at the beginning to the Tomahawk ribeye with Bordelaise sauce for mains to the baba au rhum for dessert. Dig into it all in a cavernous space with long communal tables, and finish up at their alfresco space with a digestif.
This French restaurant started by chef Stephane Istel (formerly of the Daniel Boulud Group) offers dishes such as tart flambee (from $12), as well as a range of meats cooked on a high power electric rotisserie called a Rotisol: French free range chicken (from $20/half) and pork knuckle ($58 for two).
Eat this at Bar-Roque Grill: Apple Pie. It's one of I-S Magazine's 50 things to eat before you die (2013).
|Address:||Bar-Roque Grill, #01-00 Amara Hotel, 165 Tanjong Pagar Rd., Singapore, 088539 Singapore|
|Open since:||July, 2013|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri noon-2:30pm; Sun noon-2:30pm; Tue-Sun 6-10:30pm|
|Nearest train||Telok Ayer|
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