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Nicolas Le Restaurant

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Nicolas Le Restaurant is set up by Nicolas Joanny whose style of cuisine is traditionally French with great usage of products from the Provence.

Tue - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Tue - Fri: 18:30 - 22:00

Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Sun, Mon

+65 62242404
$122 based on 26 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), Fine Dining (7 votes), Romance/First Dates (7 votes)
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Stunning perfection.

I can't think of that many restaurants in Singapore where you are served real perfection, in fact I can count them on one hand. This is one of those few.
The Chef has an excellent control of the kitchen, consistently delivering perfection with every dish, maintaining the right balance between creativity, tradition and taste. I would consider without a doubt this to be the best fine dining French in Singapore (setting aside insanely priced "celebrity" restaurants), only having Jaan as a worthy competitor.
Stunning.

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• 22 May 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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First thing first, alot of what they were trying to serve as home made tastes and probably is... industrial. List of a few things that tastes industrial, bread and crackers from the starters, and the cakes for the desserts even the rillette they were using for the starters tasted like it came out from a can. The entire experience was inadequate. The food was pretentious and unappetizing. Poor and uneven seasoning which makes some things bland and most of others salty. Granted that the quality of the meats in the mains were good, but good ingredients also requires good seasoning and proper treatment. Alot of what they were trying to create didn't make sense visually or even in the mouth. And of course the worst experience comes with the price that they are charging for their food. Way too expensive for what is being served. I had seen the share of bad reviews of the place from others before we went in, but i was not prepared to be disappointed to the point of leaving this review.
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• 03 May 2014 • 37 reviews • 8 followers

Stunning perfection.

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I can't think of that many restaurants in Singapore where you are served real perfection, in fact I can count them on one hand. This is one of those few.
The Chef has an excellent control of the kitchen, consistently delivering perfection with every dish, maintaining the right balance between creativity, tradition and taste. I would consider without a doubt this to be the best fine dining French in Singapore (setting aside insanely priced "celebrity" restaurants), only having Jaan as a worthy competitor.
Stunning.
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• 15 Jan 2014 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

New Year's Eve Dinner at Nicolas le Restaurant

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We were each served with a 5 course New Year's eve set. Our first course was the Hokkaido Scallop ( Infusion of Asari Clams and Iranian Saffron). The scallop was soft and the broth was decent. It was served with a cracker This plate was EXCELLENT!

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