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Mon to Fri: 11.30am - 3.00pm and 5.30pm - 10.00pm, Sat: 5.30pm - 10.00pm

$66 based on 13 reviews
Located at Telok Ayer Street, André Wine & Dine specializes in Western cuisine. See what foodies like this place for
Adalius Letal • 05 Mar 20099 reviews 0 followers

I am French and I wanted to have Foie Gras for Christmas eve, so my Girlfriend and me went there on 24th.
 
WE took the special christmas dinner, with apetizer, foie gras, soup, duck for me and fish for my GF, and dessert. Price was about 70SGD Per set and we ordered a bottle of (good) wine.
 
Apetizer was excellent taste and also inventive.
 
Foie Gras: really nice, the product was definitely great quality, portion was nice....

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  • Dinner9 votes
  • Romance/First Dates8 votes
  • Fine Dining7 votes
  • Hidden Find6 votes
  • Business Dining5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Girls Night Out4 votes
  • Lunch4 votes
  • Corporate Events3 votes
  • Private Dining3 votes

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Adalius Letal • 05 Mar 20099 reviews 0 followers

I am French and I wanted to have Foie Gras for Christmas eve, so my Girlfriend and me went there on 24th.
 
WE took the special christmas dinner, with apetizer, foie gras, soup, duck for me and fish for my GF, and dessert. Price was about 70SGD Per set and we ordered a bottle of (good) wine.
 
Apetizer was excellent taste and also inventive.
 
Foie Gras: really nice, the product was definitely great quality, portion was nice....

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Paperwriter • 16 Feb 20093 reviews 0 followers

This probably ranks one of the worst Valentine's dinners I have had in recent years. No doubt the owner had taken some effort with the decor and rose petals to create a nice romantic ambience, I was very disappointed with the food. My partner had the same sentiments. The evening just went downhill from the second dish onwards. I thought the foie gras was not handled well...it was overcooked and the crusty outer layer did not do justice to the...

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Harrydog7 • 18 Jan 200912 reviews 0 followers

Telok Ayer street was deserted at dusk on a Saturday evening and the closed up temple we passed both sinister and romantic, somehow sensually foreshadowing what proved a magical dinner.
 
The French flag in the window promises fine cuisine and that is what we ate, food of the truly French non-pretentious type that calls to mind Elizabeth David and her classic French Provincial Cookery.
 
A tomato soup was described in the menu as tangy, and happily it was,...

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