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The Black Sheep Cafe

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The Black Sheep Cafe serves Swiss-French cuisine. The head chef is available for hire for cooking at private parties as well. Reservations recommended.

Tue - Sat: 11:30 - 23:00

Sun: 11:00 - 21:30

Closed: Mon

+65 64595373
$37 based on 82 submissions
Dinner (31 votes), Lunch (25 votes), Hidden Find (19 votes)
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Good food & service but requires some patience

We had the lobster bisque, duck confit, cheeky pork and double chocolate - all were good (i thought the pork was the best of the bunch and a must try for first timers). Service was good but there is a fair amount of waiting with only Chef-owner Ratha and one assistant manning the kitchen.  

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• 07 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good food & service but requires some patience

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We had the lobster bisque, duck confit, cheeky pork and double chocolate - all were good (i thought the pork was the best of the bunch and a must try for first timers). Service was good but there is a fair amount of waiting with only Chef-owner Ratha and one assistant manning the kitchen.  
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• 31 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Yummy French cuisine with an Asian Twist

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My family and I visited the restaurant a week ago for my birthday celebration, the staff were very friendly and service was excellent from the moment we stepped into the restaurant.

We ordered half dozen escargots and lobster bisque for starters and had the Cheeky Pork and Duck Confit for mains. To finish, we ordered the Souffle and Double Chocolate Boudini.

The starters were great especially the escargots which were had garlic seasoning and went extremely well with the bread served. The lobster bisque would be recommended for those have a palate for seafood.

The pork cheeks were tender and not too oily and it even had a sweet and sour sauce to give it a tangy taste. As for the duck confit, my family loved it for its crispy skin and tender meat and it is a definite must-try at this restaurant!

The Souffle was an incredible sight when brought to our table and it was soft and flavourful but it might not be suitable for children as it is served with Kahlua coffee liqueur! They can instead try the Double Chocolate Boudini which is a chocolate lava cake which was fantastic! The was melted chocolate within the cake itself and it is paired with a scoop of ice-cream which complements the dish really well!

Enjoyed myself thoroughly in this meal as the ambience is not too serious like most french dining places and suitable for families like mine.
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• 27 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

to avoid if you like french food

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To avoid, le coq au vin is not following the original recipe by far ... The duck confit have no taste at all, they probably do not use fat goose to cook it which explain the lack of taste. Service was very good unfortunatly the food is quite not worthing the price ...

Almost forget the brie is not having taste either and is too oily
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