Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:00
Mon - Sat: 19:00 - 21:30
Closed: Sun & PH
Les Amis is renowned to be one of the finest French fine dining restaurants within the region. Along with exquisite cusine prepared by the hands of executive chef and his crew, the restaurant houses two wine cellars with more than 2000 labels of wines.
The location of the restaurant isn't exactly 'top class' but the moment we stepped in, we began to appreciate why this has been ratd one of the best in SG. The ambience is 'rich' and classy. Service was flawless to the point we felt a little uncomfortable and we were giggling withe excitement. We had the lobster home made pasta, soup and a starter. The home made pasta is a die die must try. It is absolutely beautiful, especially with the lobster sauce.Writing this makes me want to xoom down right away.Service was excellent and they'll whatever they can to please - we had a tweak on the regular menu items because my friend was getting all greedy but dun think she as a stomach big enough. All that comes with a price, and if you are looking for value, this can set you back $200 per pax (excluding wine). Portions are smaller than usual. Will we return to dine again, she says YES (I pay ma)when winter truffles are in season,,which is right around her BD.
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Les Amis, helmed by Chef de cuisine Sebastien Lepinoy, is ranked 12th in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016. Opened since 1994, they are one of the longest standing fine-dining restaurants in Singapore. During my week-long trip to Singapore in January, I managed to secure a lunch reservation at their establishment.
Les Amis offers several dining options with seasonally crafted menus which ranges from 65$+ to $295+. We opted for ‘Le Menu Tasting’ which showcases 6 dishes for $155 per person. It’s comprised of one cold appetizer, two hot appetizers, two main courses and one dessert.
Dining at Les Amis was a lovely experience. Their angel hair pasta signature dish was to die for. The whole team takes a lot of pride in their work and I commend them for it. If you’re looking for a straightforward contemporary French fine dining experience with a high level of finesse, Les Amis is the place to be.
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The new menu after 1-month-closure for renovation offers more new dishes! About 10 dishes under each section on the new menu. Love the French food with a Japanese twist. All the food were impressive even the breads and butter, till the complimentary fetit fours. One of fav fine dining resto in SG!