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Madame Patisserie Bar & Bistro (Mackenzie)

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Madame Patisserie Bar & Bistro is a modern design with rustic charm, all day bar & bistro serving up great food at affordable prices. They also provide customize menu for dishes and wine pairing items for your convenience.

Daily: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 68849601
$32 based on 4 submissions
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Western fare at Little India

Little did I know that Little India has this bistro and bar. And taking up 3 spaces too. Easily walkable from Little India MRT, but it is a pain to try for cab in this area at night.

Draft Erdinger @$11++ for a pint during Happy Hour (3pm to 9pm). Tried the Bacon Bomb and it was so good. Just saw that Hungrygwhere has this promo where Bacon Bomb goes for just $10++ for April 2014? Wow, good value.

Rucola beef sees grilled beef slices and rocket leaves served with wafu dressing and topped with fried shallots. Shallots fragrance and tender beef with bitter rocket. Good combo. Goes well with beer.

Quite a good selection for mains. Those that I've tried are duck confit, agnello (lamb), grilled chicken roulade. All recommended. Duck confit was tender, not greasy and not overly salty. Potato mousse (mash) for the carb needs and some greens to balance things up. The sauce was a good complement to the dish, both in terms of taste and aesthetics.

Chicken roulade. Hmm, wish it could have more! Two short rolls of juicy chicken meat packed tightly.

For more pics, you may wish to visit this link.

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19 May 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

disappointing...

I was really looking forward to having dinner here after looking at the reviews online. Sad to say the food fell short from what I expected. We ordered the bacon bomb which was nice but the mains were a real disappointment. My duck confit was too salty for my taste and almost all our dishes were served with the same side - mash potatoes... The only saving grace would probably have to be the friendly and prompt service crew.
22 Apr 2014 • 31 reviews • 0 follower

Second Outlet at Little India

Madame Patisserie second outlet was opened at Mackenzie Road. This new branch was designed to create a trendy look similar to a bistro style. The interior was different from Boat Quay branch and they serves food, beer and small bites.

Cheese Stick with Amatriciana Dip - A deep-fried mozzarella sticks dipped with spicy sauce.

Beef Pie - Beef stew with homemade puff pastry & potato mousse on the side.

Veggie Falafel - Vegetable medley of bell peppers, zucchini, eggplant on baguette, topped with cheese.

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Bacon Bomb
12 Apr 2014 • 237 reviews • 10 followers

Western fare at Little India

Little did I know that Little India has this bistro and bar. And taking up 3 spaces too. Easily walkable from Little India MRT, but it is a pain to try for cab in this area at night.

Draft Erdinger @$11++ for a pint during Happy Hour (3pm to 9pm). Tried the Bacon Bomb and it was so good. Just saw that Hungrygwhere has this promo where Bacon Bomb goes for just $10++ for April 2014? Wow, good value.

Rucola beef sees grilled beef slices and rocket leaves served with wafu dressing and topped with fried shallots. Shallots fragrance and tender beef with bitter rocket. Good combo. Goes well with beer.

Quite a good selection for mains. Those that I've tried are duck confit, agnello (lamb), grilled chicken roulade. All recommended. Duck confit was tender, not greasy and not overly salty. Potato mousse (mash) for the carb needs and some greens to balance things up. The sauce was a good complement to the dish, both in terms of taste and aesthetics.

Chicken roulade. Hmm, wish it could have more! Two short rolls of juicy chicken meat packed tightly.

For more pics, you may wish to visit this link.
Madame Patisserie Facade
11 Apr 2014 • 324 reviews • 54 followers

Good Mains, Decent Desserts

Full Madame Patisserie review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/04/madame-patisserie-tasting-session.html


Originally operating as a bakery / patisserie at Boat Quay, Madame Patisserie Madame Patisserie has since converted its original outlet into a casual cafe, and in January 2014, opened a bistro in Mackenzie, in the Selegie area.

Madame Patisserie retains the original shophouse facade, and the floor space at Mackenzie spans 3 shops. Divided into a bar, cafe, and private function room with kitchen, the ambience at Madame Patisserie features warm lighting within its limited space. Furniture is comfortable and modern, with colour schemes of black, white and wood.

Service at Madame Patisserie is friendly and personal. Staff are very welcoming, happy, and willing to assist. The chef, Regis, often walks around and mingles with customers to get feedback. Some of the staff are dual trained, working both the bar and serving tables.

The Rucola Beef (SGD $17.90) is made for sharing, with thinly sliced and seared grilled beef, served on fresh rocket leaves and cherry tomatoes, drizzled with a slightly salty and savoury wafu dressing, and garnished with crisp fried shallots. Odd combination, but the crunch of the shallots contrasted well with the moist and tender beef.

The Pan Seared Foie Gras (SGD $20.90) is a perfect appetizer for sharing. The foie gras is perfectly seared and absolutely flavourful with just a hint of grilled / roasted taste, and the fatty richness is cut with a sharp and tangy maple balsamic vinaigrette. Tiny cubes of apples, strawberries and tomatoes round off the sweetness of the dish, and the garnish of orange slices go well with the savoury foie gras. The presentation with an upright slice of crisp toast makes for an interesting visual.

I loved the Grilled Chicken Roulade (SGD $16.90)! The tender grilled chicken is very tasty, and the roll is tightly packed, such that cutting into it doesn't make it fall apart. Served with a nicely grilled tomato, sauteed broccoli and shiitake mushrooms, and the signature smooth and creamy mashed potato mousse. Easily among the better main dishes here!

The house signature dish of Madame Patisserie, and easily the most well recieved and loved dish of the evening, the Bacon Bomb (SGD $16.90) is decadent goodness. A savoury, prefectly grilled portobello mushrooms is topped with fresh sliced tomato and creamy, softly cooked eggs, then wrapped in strips of grilled bacon, and served on a creamy mashed potato mousse. Needless to say, this is highly recommended, worry about the calories later!