Brasserie Gavroche (French Restaurant)

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Francophiles will adore this place, full of touches such as a 1930s wooden bar counter rescued from the original Parisian café de la Paix and black-and-white photos that channel an old school brasserie perfectly. Aside from the usual suspects like escargots de bourgogne, you can also look forward to forgotten classics made using recipes passed down from colin’s grandpa Henri like baked pork terrine pie and fish quenelles with crayfish sauce. the food and service are excellent, but it’s the charming ambiance that you’ll find particularly hard to resist.

Chef Frederic Colin, who used to run the kitchen at The St. Regis — Singapore’s Brasserie Les Saveurs, pays a little homage to his chef grandfather at his new restaurant, Brasserie Gavroche, The walls, interjected by sconces and mirrors, are lined with framed recipes and photographs belonging to his granddad. Some traditional French dishes, such as Grandpa Henri’s Fish Quenelle served with Crayfish Sauce ($33) and Granpa Henri’s Traditional Pork Hotpot with Cabbage and Garden Vegetables ($35) are inspired by him as well- A mix of leather banquette seats and antique furniture sourced from Paris emphasises Gavroche’s old world charm.

Brasserie Gavroche is open for Lunch mon-Fri; for dinner mon-sat.

Address:
Brasserie Gavroche (French Restaurant)
66 Tras st., Singapore 79005
Phone: 6225-8266
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http://www.brasseriegavroche.com
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