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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
$36 based on 7 submissions
Arnaud M

Great lunch place

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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18 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great lunch place

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.
21 Apr 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

$30 value meals

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.
26 May 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Food, especially Salad!!

If you like salad, you'll love Bistroquet. Their House salad has many ingredients that complement each other well. It comes with a generous serving of shredded chicken breast.  Each bite into the salad produces a burst of flavours that is guaranteed to please the palette.

Salad is not exactly my favourite dish, but Bistroquet's salads are so fantastic that I can't stop recommending Bistroquet to my friends and family. They're not very crowded on weeknights and Saturdays, and it is probably due to Alexandra Retail Centre being one of the most uninspiring Malls in Singapore, than Bistroquet's food.

They also have good thin crust pizza, and the children ordered fish & chips. Usually my wife has to nag them to get them to finish their meal. However, the children polished their plates clean. 

Their service is good and they're eager to please. My wife asked for a root beer float and the lady who took our order said: "It's not on the menu, but no problem, we can make it for you." We sometimes request for plain water and this is cheerfully served. My father asked for "hot water" (for his medication) and this was also cheerfully served without charge.



funghi pizza
28 Apr 2013 • 224 reviews • 1 follower

Fun Relaxed Dinner @ Bistroquet Pizza & Grill on 25Apr2013

See my fullreviews & photos at my blog=http://chefquak.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/fun-relaxed-dinner-bistroquet-pizza-grill-on-25apr2013/

our host for the evening bought 9 voucherlicious vouchers of S$270 worth for S$135 for bistroquet pizza & grill at ARC (Alexandra Retail Centre) @ PSA Building & we were especially keen to try out the 400g porterhouse steak (which looked very alluring on bistroquet’s Facebook photo).  the place had the relaxed rustic ambience for a great chillax & drinking joint (though it was not drawing the crowd even with voucher promotion as we stayed till 9pm closing time and traffic was quite light). we were liking it already, though still suspect about the standard of food.  we ordered a caprese (read ca-pri-seh) salad & a funghi pizza to start. the caprese was the usual mozzarella with rockets & tomatoes, light, good actually, and enjoyable. the large (12″) thin crust funghi pizza was good too (they served a white pizza here but we were the old-fashioned lot who loved tomato sauces on our pizza).  we ordered a full rack S$28 baby back ribs (1/2 rack S$18) to share, and it was good!  fork tender and tasty, well marinated, though some of us would have preferred to have the sauce served separate. and 1 friend liked the purple cabbage with mayo which was too sweet for me. next was the 400g porterhouse – the reason we came for specifically. however it seemed that the office lunch crowd had taken off most of the porterhouse steaks & we were left with 3 porterhouse to share. we had 2 medium rare and 1 medium, served with beef sauce and the chef brought us some chimichurri sauce (taste like pesto sauce) which went well with the steak. it turned out that while the taste was ok the meat was a bit tough on the sirloin side to be considered a good steak.  I am not much of a dessert person and we did not expect much really but since we had the coupon, we ordered a chocolate lava cake and a calzone (a turnover which can be sweet or savoury..in fact they serve a foie gras calzone here as a main course item). As it turned out the lava cake was quite outstanding, and the hardened crust containing the chocolate lava was very good in texture & taste & different from lava cakes in other places. the caramelized walnut with ice cream was a good pairing too. & the calzone was so pretty. the dough texture was really good too, crispy on the outside not fluffy but a bit like a pizza dough.  somehow the young chef took a liking for us, and he showered us with 2 more desserts FREE – a panna cotta which was forgettable and a tiramisu, which was again quite pretty in presentation & tasted quite good albeit not enough liquor for some of us. very good indeed & far above our expectations for dessert in a drinking joint kind of place.  we paid in total S$124 (7 vouchers=S$105 +S$19cash), and that included 2 cappuccinos + 4 beers on 1 for 1 happy hour promotion

13 Apr 2013 • 169 reviews • 4 followers

Truffle fries!

For full review and photos, please visit http://thumbsforfood.blogspot.sg/2013/04/bistroquet-pizza-and-grill-thumbsforfood.html

Well, have you read the previous post on ROOM at ARC? Today, we are going to introduce to an Italian Restaurant over at ARC: Bistroquet Pizza and Grill. It is on the 2nd level, right opposite Ichiban sushi. The business there generally is quite quiet so no reservations will be needed.

Decorations are simple and it is just a convenient place for people who just knocked off work nearby to chill and have a meal. They have happy hour promotions for their drinks! We had the one-for-one beer and it totally up to around 7$ per bottle! Not bad a deal.

They serve grills, pizzas and other main courses as well. But, I tried the pizza as I thought it would be    their specialty! Was disappointed but luckily for the truffle fries and beer that made up for the disappointment!