LE Restaurant and Asian Tapas Bar has closed.


Asian, Australian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum, European, Seafood, Thai
+65 63388775

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Mon - Thu: 15:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 15:00 - 00:00

PH: 15:00 - 00:00

Sun: 15:00 - 23:00

$52 based on 11 submissions
Business Dining (5 votes), After Work (3 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes) ...

LE Restaurant and Asian Tapas Bar is an avant-garde dining concept that seeks to evoke diners with a sensuous and voguish dining experience like never before through its wide selection of delicious Asian to European cuisine.

What others are eating here

  • Coral Trout Poached in Lobster Broth 3 votes
  • Stir-Fried Angel Hair with Japanese Dried Ebi 2 votes
  • BBQ pork pastry 1 vote

Latest Review for LE Restaurant and Asian Tapas Bar

Overall RatingBased on 11 reviews
Most helpful review:

Reminds me of London

Food/Drink 4 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 140

And so verdict is, this is a good meal. Very fresh concept in Singapore and I realised they do make an effort to have some fusion dishes in each section of the menu. Ah, that's when it's dangerous as it usually is very subjective and can be a hit or miss easily. Like the cod fish is definitely a hit for me but the truffle oil angelhair was a big miss too. Really like the way these dishes are plated and reminds me of the yummy cantonese restaurants I've been to in London. Service was also attentive and friendly. Love the open kitchen concept as you can see all the chefs in action though restaurant was only 4 tables full. Maybe it is one of the place that I will revisit.

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You must be kiddin' me

Food/Drink 2 | Value 1 | Ambience 4 | Service 1
Total Reviews: 3

Okay, I meant to write this review since last October 2013. Despite some raving good reviews here, this restaurant serves way average food for my liking. I brought my family here to celebrate my mum's birthday and I left disappointed with the quality of the food. No doubt, the ambience is great, the plating of the food were nice, but the taste does not match up. What's worst, way too pricey.

Their Signature Dirty Duck did not excite my taste buds. It was dry, hard and just average. I have had some other dishes like the Asparagus with Scallops but I will not elaborate further as they were all too average. The presentation for the deserts were good too, hyping it with dry ice underneath a flask, giving it a smoky effect when they serve it to you. All the deserts are presented in the same fashion mind you.

The deepest impression that this restaurant left on me, is the service. They had superb service. They greet you with smiles and attend to you well. Till you settled the bill. After we've paid the bill and left the place, my sister went back to the restaurant as she suspected that she dropped her car keys there. Back at the restaurant, she saw her car keys underneath the table. Although there were some staffs at the table, clearing it, none of the staffs helped her when she requested. As she was wearing a skirt, it was inconvenient for my sister to climb underneath the table to retrieve the keys. Subsequently, the staffs acknowledged that her car keys were there but still, no one bothered to help. They continued with their routine to clean up the table and went away, till my sister had to explicitly request for the staff to help her retrieve it. Epitome of "good" customer service. Money makes the world moves eh?

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pretty place, ok tapas, high prices

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 5 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 244

photos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2014/01/03/le-restaurant-and-asian-tapas-bar-suntec-city/

  this is actually the newest addition to the paradise group stable – and it’s marked out to be posh fine-dining chinese food. it looks that way – reminds me of the dark glamour of hakkasan in london (one of my favorite chinese restaurants) – you enter a cozily-lit bar area lined with chillers of expensive-looking alchoholic beverages, and walk through to arrive at the more cavernous and even more exclusive-looking dining area. it’s all dark, romantic lighting, glam furnishing, and snobby staff.   we eschewed the more traditional proper dining menu to take tapas at the bar area since it was a friday - the tapas are a new-age take on chinese dishes, like a dish of drunken chicken in chilli sauce, topped with century egg. or foie gras diced-and-fried into fritters alongside a chilli bean paste. or our order of chilli crab kueh pie tee that had shelled meat atop micro-green sprouts in the traditional case.

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