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Le Carillon de L'Angelus (Chinatown)

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This Parisian style bistro and wine bar at Ann Siang Hill has a wide selection of French wine by the glass or bottle and offers bite sized portions of French fare such as cheese platters, salads and escargot.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 01:00

Sat: 18:00 - 01:00

+65 64230353
$32 based on 13 submissions
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A Relaxed Parisan Style Cafe

There's just something about French food and that whole French cafe vibe that makes our mouths start watering. Maybe its the thought of thick, rich coffee, flaky pastries, smelly cheeses and hearty steaks. Yep, that would be it. The French have it down when it comes to fine food and drink.   Le Carillon de L'Angelus is one of our favorite French cafes in the city.   Upon first glance, we were quite taken with the cozy cafe atmosphere here. The space has two levels inside, as well as a cute outdoor patio. The ground floor has rustic wooden floors and walls, and there are French movie posters hanging around the room. In the basement, there is an inviting room with a pool table, which makes for a chilled out and intimate space for a big group of friends. The ambiance is somewhat similar to a small cafe you might find in Paris.   But what really drew us in was the menu, which features fresh cheeses, imported meats, escargot and warm crusty bread. There are also nightly specials, which include mussels usually. We liked that the menu is on a chalkboard that the servers bring to your table, we thought it added to the charm of the place.   We went with one of the specials, Mussels with White Wine Sauce ($28), which were cooked perfectly and full of flavor. The Goat Cheese Salad ($18)... Read the full review at http://urbanjourney.com/food-and-drink/lcarillon-de-langelus-ann-siang-hill-singapore-621

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  • Cheese Board2 votes
  • Croque monsieur1 vote
  • charcuterie1 vote
  • cold cuts1 vote
  • creme brulee1 vote
  • fromage1 vote
  • salad nicoise1 vote
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• 18 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

An awful experience with very rude staff

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An awful experience on 17 Apr 2014.     I have been an avid fan, going there at least once a week, introducing Le Carillion to friends, until last night   I brought 10 friends to the place,.  wanting to try out your underground enclave.  Your staff rejected my group, refused to check if your basement section had any chance of someone leaving.     I had to go down there myself to take a look, found that there  were 2 people seating in an area for 10.  I asked your staff if they can help.  They didn't, one said the table is reserved - but I thought there are no reservations for Le Carillion - so she lied to me.  And your bartender said, "Well, I can't ask them to leave?"   Then my friends were verbally accosted by your staff to get out.   Do we have get our seats by ourselves, pay some money first before your staff show basic courtesy?     We went to Truffle Gourmet in Club Street in the end.  Lovely and friendly staff who made space and created a seating area for 10 pax just for us.  A nice experience.   I am not going back to Le Carillion again, and I will make sure many others won't.
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• 31 Jul 2013 • 51 reviews • 1 follower

A Relaxed Parisan Style Cafe

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There's just something about French food and that whole French cafe vibe that makes our mouths start watering. Maybe its the thought of thick, rich coffee, flaky pastries, smelly cheeses and hearty steaks. Yep, that would be it. The French have it down when it comes to fine food and drink.   Le Carillon de L'Angelus is one of our favorite French cafes in the city.   Upon first glance, we were quite taken with the cozy cafe atmosphere here. The space has two levels inside, as well as a cute outdoor patio. The ground floor has rustic wooden floors and walls, and there are French movie posters hanging around the room. In the basement, there is an inviting room with a pool table, which makes for a chilled out and intimate space for a big group of friends. The ambiance is somewhat similar to a small cafe you might find in Paris.   But what really drew us in was the menu, which features fresh cheeses, imported meats, escargot and warm crusty bread. There are also nightly specials, which include mussels usually. We liked that the menu is on a chalkboard that the servers bring to your table, we thought it added to the charm of the place.   We went with one of the specials, Mussels with White Wine Sauce ($28), which were cooked perfectly and full of flavor. The Goat Cheese Salad ($18)... Read the full review at http://urbanjourney.com/food-and-drink/lcarillon-de-langelus-ann-siang-hill-singapore-621
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• 29 Jul 2012 • 1 review • 2 followers

Good 'vibrations'!

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If you're looking for a wine place that is pretty reasonable and has what my friend Theresa terms "good vibrations" (i.e. good atmosphere), I'd head on down to Le Carillon de L'Angelus at Ann Siang Hill.

The place is decorated in classic french decor, like a whole wall plastered with black and white photos echoing the street scenes in I guess.. france?

Food and wine was good. And whilst it may not be priced at the cheapest happy hour rate, I think it's well worth the trip there as it is value for money in terms of the food and their selection of wines!

Full review on my blog at http://traveleatlifestyle.blogspot.com/2012/07/le-carillon-de-langelus.html

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