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$71/pax

based on 32 reviews
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Zach Sim
 • 27 Jun 2014 2 reviews 0 follower
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i went there with my gf for dinner. had escargot, ribeye and sirloin. the escargot and the sirloin were a bit too salty. i dont really like the side salad too but the ribeye steak was very good, juicy and tender. the service was not bad too.
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I spent $60 per person.

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The City Nomad
 • 29 Nov 2012 145 reviews 28 followers
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Back in the day, before Marina Bay Sands, before all these new great meat-themed places opened up around town, my friends and I would often debate over which of the two steak-et-frites titans was number one....and it always came down to Les Bouchons vs. l'Entrecote. Personally I was always a firm supporter of Les Bouchons.
 
Since the 'olden days' I've been a busy Nomad rambling around town and  have dined on a plethora of superb steaks. It'd been over a year and a half since I'd been to Les Bouchons and earlier this week was presented with the perfect opportunity to reacquaint myself with their outlet on Ann Siang Road; a guys night out.
 
 
In case you've never had a chance to visit this institution of a steakhouse, let me give you the down-low. The concept of Les Bouchons is simple. The menu is one page and the theme is steak; sirloin, ribeye, filet or l'entrecote (for 2 pax). Each main comes with a side salad and the famous free-flow of their fries. There are also some appetizers and desserts to choose from but don't expect a huge selection on a one-page menu ;-).....

To continue reading the full review and to see photos, please visit City Nomads here: http://www.citynomads.com/reviews/french/251/les-bouchons-champions-of-steak-et-frite
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Maricelle Wong
 • 17 Nov 2012 10 reviews 46 followers
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I had the 'best thing on the menu' which was the Ribeye, with their special butter on top which made the steak really juicy, their home made fries, and a salad to start! 
 
for the full review and more pictures, go to: celleout
The ribeye was very tender, some parts were fatty the way I like my meat! haha, and I was super full by the time I got to the fries. My steak was Medium Rare and it came well cooked. hurhur.well.cooked. but yeah, I like how the steak wasen't over cooked! nor undercooked! and the cut definitely satiated the steak-craving. 
 
the ambience is nice and quiet, and the restaurant is small and cosy, about ten tables inside, ten tables outside alfresco style. great for hot dates ;) birthdays, and somewhere nice to just enjoy the night =)
 
the service isin't that good because there aren't alot of waitresses, and we were next to a bar counter so no one could see us!
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I spent $50 per person.

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