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$68/pax

based on 34 reviews
Top Must Try Dishes
Traditional Dubois Lobster Bisque7 votes
Beef Cheek3 votes
Duck Confit3 votes
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Dinner12 votes
Lunch10 votes
Romance/First Dates8 votes
After Work7 votes
Quiet6 votes
Business Dining5 votes
Hidden Find5 votes
Chillout4 votes
Children/Family3 votes
Private Dining3 votes
Vibrant/Noisy3 votes

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Chester Chua
 • 19 Jul 2014 14 reviews 0 follower
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Ambience is nice. Food is average, but waaaaaaaaay overpriced. You can get much better food at way lower prices at other restaurants in town.

For an example, take a look at the salad I ordered. It's literally three pieces of Romaine lettuce drizzled with some vinaigrette. It cost me $14. I could have done this at home for $2, or paid $14 for a really huge salad with plenty of toppings somewhere.

In short: stay away.
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Tan Geok Mei
 • 15 Jun 2014 1 review 0 follower
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We went there for Father's Day lunch. They only had a set menu, but the set menu looks good at first. Good thing was the free flow of fresh oysters and korobuta pate. Everything that follow after was disappointing. The wild mushroom soup had no flavor, the foie gras was prepared with soft boil egg, which I felt that was a waste of foie gras coz the soft boil egg yolk over powered the little bits of foie gras.  
The scallops were ok, but again it seems that there were not enough flavor. Beef flank was passable. Dessert was the biggest disappointment. Crepe Suzette is suppose to be a French specialty and yet it failed with a standard like the chef that made it had his first lesson in making crepe. 
On the whole, it was too much to pay at $88++ per person for sub-standard French food. I seriously have tasted much better.
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Jake Wong
 • 09 Jun 2014 1 review 0 follower
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Lobster bisque is a must try. And the house bread is really nice and varied. It's really smooth and tasty and just the right amount of liquor and milk in it. House wine was decent and perhaps the only disappointing thing were the Tiger Prawns - they were quite srawny and not very fresh. Service was great.
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I spent $65 per person.

Must tries: Traditional Dubois Lobster Bisque

I also recommend this place for:
Anniversary, Business Dining
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