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23 votes

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Tue - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Sun, Mon

$541 based on 17 reviews
Joël Robuchon, the world's most decorated chef with 26 Michelin stars, has opened two dining concepts in Resorts World Sentosa. Joël Robuchon Restaurant will be a fine dining restaurant offering a dining concept of French haute cuisine that is similar to the chef's restaurants in Les Vegas, Tokyo and Paris. See what foodies like this place for
Bu Pun Su • 12 Mar 201411 reviews 1 followers


 As far as French gastronomy’s concerned, Joel Robuchon is probably the most popular and respected in the world. Although, he’s certainly not the favorite of mine, somehow I happened to have dined at his fine dining restaurants several times. After absent for more than two years, I decided to return to Robuchon Sentosa last month. Excluding desserts, I was fortunate enough to have savored 40+ different dishes created by the French master chef. As I received the restaurant’s...

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Bu Pun Su • 12 Mar 201411 reviews 1 followers


 As far as French gastronomy’s concerned, Joel Robuchon is probably the most popular and respected in the world. Although, he’s certainly not the favorite of mine, somehow I happened to have dined at his fine dining restaurants several times. After absent for more than two years, I decided to return to Robuchon Sentosa last month. Excluding desserts, I was fortunate enough to have savored 40+ different dishes created by the French master chef. As I received the restaurant’s...

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live2eat.travel • 19 May 201378 reviews 0 followers

Created our own menu – one consists of L’Amuse-bouche, an appetiser or soup, a main course and seductive sweets while the other have an additional appetiser or soup, and a dessert. Started with aperitif of rose champagne and was presented with an enticing array of tempting breads on trolley. These were complimentary and all looked so good I felt spoilt for choice (staff could help decide based on your preference). Served warm with soft fluffy insides, those I tried were...

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Rikart57 • 16 May 20132 reviews 0 followers

This was more than just eating, it was an amazing sensory experience.I discovered the secret on how to become the best of the best when I had the privilege to be kindly invited to visit the immaculate kitchen by Mr Thomas, the Manager, they know what they do, it is just art like I do art photography. I've always loved a good nosey around the kitchen but this was above and beyond my expectations. It was like a Guided- tour...

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