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Cafe Gavroche

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Brasserie Gavroche's sister outlet has the setting of a traditional Parisian cafe, offering bite sized French snacks like tartines (open faced sandwiches) and charchuteir platters. The drinks list includes wines from France, cocktails and more than 30 brands of pastis (an anise-flavoured liqueur).

Tue - Sat: 14:30 - 00:00

+65 62254869
$28 based on 12 submissions
Brunch (5 votes), After Work (3 votes), Breakfast (3 votes)
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Truly good french food!!

we had a wonderful dinner. Food is really good, cold cuts (duck Foie gras ️etc ) to die for, we had "tartine", bread with toppings, wine was excellent and service was perfect. We will definitely come back for "raclette", french cheese melting on potatoe, so hard to find a real good one in spore.

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• 21 Mar 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Truly good french food!!

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we had a wonderful dinner. Food is really good, cold cuts (duck Foie gras ️etc ) to die for, we had "tartine", bread with toppings, wine was excellent and service was perfect. We will definitely come back for "raclette", french cheese melting on potatoe, so hard to find a real good one in spore.
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• 17 Nov 2014 • 30 reviews • 4 followers

Parisian cafe in Singapore

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This is an adapted review from my blog. Full review and more photos are available in my blog here:
http://draftsfromcoffeetable.blogspot.sg/2014/11/singapore-food-blog-cafe-gavroche.html
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The recommendation about its ambiance was indeed spot on as we found ourselves seated in a Parisian street. The middle section was the main seating area and was decked out in vibrant French posters. Natural light streaming in from the skylight compounded the romance of indoor streetlamps, and the illusion would be heightened at night as if dining on the street. Cafe Gavroche is not bringing only Paris to us, but the Paris of decades ago.

Coffee lovers on the table got ourselves a pot of French-brewed black coffee and cappuccino. I did not inquire the opinion of my friend's pot of joe, but mine was mildly delicious in its foamy way. Apart from the coffees and choices of TWG teas, non-caffeine drinkers could pick their choices from juices, soft drinks and champagnes. Yeap, you could have your champagne breakfast here!

There were plenty of Oeufs thrown around the menu, so we took our time to pick our choices since all of us were egg lovers. The simpletons could pick from Classic Eggs where eggs were prepared scrambled, boiled, fried or as omelette. We adventurous lot got ourselves some Specialties, which earned thumb ups from us with the Oeufs Benedict and Smoked Salmon Oeufs Benedict. There were other from the list which we did not try, like Viennioseries (breads) with its fill of brioches and croissants, sandwiches, and for the heavy eaters, Planches.

The price tag for dining in a Parisian environment in Singapore is, as mentioned in the beginning, high. The environment and atmosphere, as well as the dishes, are all well worth the price though I would chalk this up as a locale for celebrations rather than for usual visit. At least that is so for a salaried worker with limited budget like mine.
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• 20 Aug 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

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Lovely French cafe in Tras Street, authentic bar counter and super cosy cafe with happy staff and a superb wine list if you can afford them. Food was excellent.
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