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Cafe Gavroche

European, French, Western

75%100%

8 votes

62254869

Tue - Sat: 14:30 - 00:00

$17 based on 6 reviews
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). See what foodies like this place for
ms-skinnyfat • 15 Mar 2014225 reviews 43 followers

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 The things i miss most about Paris are first, the buttery and flaky croissants and then the beautiful people watching from the quaint sidewalks. I was delighted to discover a piece of Paris, right in the heart of Singapore at Cafe & Bar Gavroche.
 
 Cafe & Bar Gavroche is opened by Chef Patron Frederic Colin, which also owns the successful Brasserie Gavroche, also on Tras Street....

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ms-skinnyfat • 15 Mar 2014225 reviews 43 followers

For more reviews, visit my site at www.ms-skinnyfat.com 
 
 The things i miss most about Paris are first, the buttery and flaky croissants and then the beautiful people watching from the quaint sidewalks. I was delighted to discover a piece of Paris, right in the heart of Singapore at Cafe & Bar Gavroche.
 
 Cafe & Bar Gavroche is opened by Chef Patron Frederic Colin, which also owns the successful Brasserie Gavroche, also on Tras Street....

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Celine Asril • 17 Jan 2014245 reviews 9 followers

This classy establishment is quite literally a piece of France transplanted to Singapore; its bar counter was shipped over from Normandy and dates back to the 1920s. Gavroche's specialties are the anise-flavoured liqueur, pastis (35 varieties in stock; $6 for 20ml and $10 for 40ml), and champagne cocktails ($18). Of course, their extensive wine list features producers who employ sustainable and biodynamic practices. Sample the wines in flights of three (from $16) or five (from $32) 50ml glasses. The kitchen...

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leeloo44 leelo • 25 Nov 20134 reviews 0 followers

My family and I went for their Saturday brunch a la carte. How Nice is this little café! Nicely decorated (you feel like in Paris) and an excellent choice of food. Good service and ambiance, good food! Will definitly be back Again soon!
Just better to book a table as the place is small and get full easily..

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