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Bistroquet

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Located in Alexandra Retail Centre, Bistroquet offers patrons a cozy and charming dining experience perfect for any occasion or casual hangout. Offering specialities such as wood fired thin crust pizza and grills, including an array of simple French fare such as tartines and gratinated mussels.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 21:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62732774
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A must-try pizza!

They have an out-of-this-world pizza with smoked duck, pear, and rocket salad. I come from a hometown in the US with two world-recognized pizzerias. So I don't hand out compliments for pizzas easily. But this particular pizza deserves some attention.

They also have a refreshingly eclectic selection of beers.

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• 04 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

A must-try pizza!

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They have an out-of-this-world pizza with smoked duck, pear, and rocket salad. I come from a hometown in the US with two world-recognized pizzerias. So I don't hand out compliments for pizzas easily. But this particular pizza deserves some attention.

They also have a refreshingly eclectic selection of beers.
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• 18 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great lunch place

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Great food served in nice homely environment.
The satff is courteous and fast, important for lunch time
Pasta were tasty and had a nice slice Tiramisu.
The cappuccino was generous size.
Over all pricing is reasonable for proximity of busy business centre.
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• 21 Apr 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

$30 value meals

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From now till 26 March, Bistroquet is part of a group of restaurants offering $30 value meals at its outlet if one pays by any American Express card.

At a recent visit, I started with the smoked salmon salad. Lots of greens that would make my mama proud.

For my main course I chose the Lamb Shank, which had a very strong wine reduction sauce and tender meat that melted off the bone.

Dessert was a treat with a very good and thick tiramisu, not wet with a generous level of mascarpone cheese.

From the a la carte menu, I also tried the Caprese Salad ($12), served chilled with crunchy tomatoes.

Oh, and did I not mention that the meal comes with  a glass of wine as well?

Overall, I thought that the meal offered good value for money, especially for dinner.
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