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Saint Pierre

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Saint Pierre serves authentic French food with abundant style in its sensational cuisine, dazzling beverages, elegant service and striking interiors. The team of Saint Pierre is dedicated to ensuring uncompromised dining pleasure and we welcome the opportunity to stamp a mark of distinction on your every visit.

Tue - Fri: 17:30 - 00:00

Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Sat: 17:30 - 00:00

Sun: 11:30 - 00:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64380887
$128 based on 4 submissions
ChrissyT

A lovely french restaurant

Organised a birthday dinner at Saint Pierre. From the reservation to the end of the dinner, the service was top notched with a hint of humour and cheekiness. Foodwise, we thoroughly enjoyed the 4 course set menu. The foei gras portions were huge, fresh and delicious. Ambience is relaxing, not over the top nor too casual. The open kitchen added life to the room and demonstrated the energy and passion of the entire team, not just the head chef. Definitely a destination restaurant.

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09 Oct 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

lost its spirit - not what it used to be

I went to Saint Pierre, former location in CBD, 5 years ago. Just a great memory, used to be one of my favorites fine dinning restaurants in Singapore. Then I went there again 3 months ago, at the new location in Sentosa. I really felt that it lost its spirit. The food was quite common, or average, without surprise. Nothing bad but definitely not great as it used to be, therefore no value for money anymore as you are still charged the cost of a fine dining restaurant. Overall the ambiance was a type of French cafe, not cosy anymore but casual type of furniture, with food similar to a good place for lunch. However it was not what I would have expected in term of fine dinning!
19 Mar 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

A lovely french restaurant

Organised a birthday dinner at Saint Pierre. From the reservation to the end of the dinner, the service was top notched with a hint of humour and cheekiness. Foodwise, we thoroughly enjoyed the 4 course set menu. The foei gras portions were huge, fresh and delicious. Ambience is relaxing, not over the top nor too casual. The open kitchen added life to the room and demonstrated the energy and passion of the entire team, not just the head chef. Definitely a destination restaurant.
28 Dec 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Saint Pierre has good food but ruined by the service

Went to celebrate my wife's birthday and family Christmas brunch. Food was very good and very innovative but the portions were ridiculously small.

But what truly let the restaurant down was the European (French) server (don't think he was the main manager). One of those small gnats flew into my wife's fresh OJ (she was on ala carte so we paid $8 for a glass). We said to the server that this fly in the drink. He replied, "what do you expect me to do about it?". Huh?? So we said you have to change it. He replied very reluctantly, "I will only give you the same amount that you have left". Then he gave us exactly the same amount of bottled OJ. Having paid $8 for the glass of fresh juice, we expressed our outrage that he was giving us bottled juice. We gave him a piece of our minds. Only then did he come to his senses and apologize. But a too little too late - given it was a bday and Christmas celebration. You can't do this in this service industry. It is fatal. We will never go back.

He did give us one persons' brunch for free.

But really too little too late
27 Aug 2013 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

Innovative Modern French with a View

Chef-owned modern French restaurant. Went to the one near Chinatown a few years ago on Valentine's day. Overall good impression. This new addition to Quayside is situated on the upper level and has an interesting large tall glass window view of yachts, access door is just across the road from W hotel lobby. Had dinner twice so far, one degustation, the other a la carte. Both met my expectation for a modern French. Good selection of house wines, mostly new world, surprisingly reasonable pricing for the bottles. Service is "authentic" as in French accented and definitely efficient and courteous. Will go back for their weekend brunch. Recommended for both foodies and special romantic occasions. Weekends tend to be fully booked so need to book in advance.