22 Nov 2014 • 374 reviews • 3 followers
It was time for lunch and *April and I decided to head for an old school's favorite for years - Marche Restaurant, the outlet at 313 Somerset. I am sure Marche needs no introduction - a large marketplace concept, lined with many different stalls selling different cuisine food - from duck leg confit to potato rosti to desserts etc. All that we needed to do was walk around with a card for the stalls to record our purchases, so that we could make payment collectively at the end of our meal.
For sharing, we had two items. First, the famous Rosti - pan fried potato topped with sour cream and spring onions (around SGD$15.00). This has always been a comfort food, crispy and tasty in its simplicity.
We also shared the Salmon Ham Crepes - shaped up like spring rolls. The smoked salmon and ham fillings contrated beautifully with the very-gently sweet crepe skins, panfried to a lovely chewy (slightly crispy) texture.
We wanted desserts but were full so we left after enjoying our satisfying meal at Marche.
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