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The King Louis Grill & Bar (VivoCity)

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Welcome to The King Louis Grill and Bar. We are Singapore's only medieval- themed restaurant serving our signature banquets, oven-roasts and grills. Tucked away in Vivocity at Level 3, The King Louis is guarded by life-size armored knights welcoming you to a feast like you've never had before.
Sun to Wed: 12.00pm - 10.00pm, Thu to Sat: 12.00pm - 11.00pm
$27 based on 82 submissions
Dinner (31 votes), Live Band (26 votes), Chillout (25 votes)
umakemehungry

King Louis

For complete reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/04/the-king-louis-grill-bar.html

"Hail to the kings" was heard as we strolled into their restaurants. The servers put on with much respect making that moment quite a comfortable and welcoming entrance.

Knight Gawain meal was indeed carnivorous, as the name suggest everyone to dine as a king. The Roasted beef with black pepper sauce was quite hard and I felt that it was overcooked. The meat platter also came with Garlic Chicken Breast with Herbs and spice, Grilled porkloin with mushroom sauce which were suitable for 4 to 5 pax. These slabs of meat were placed over a bed of oven roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables with butter pumpkin sauce, Mesclun & Corn Salad and Pineapple was skewered as well as green apples drizzled with caramel Cinnamon Sauce. 

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22 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

OVER-PRICED Food

I was there with my wife last week and I will not patronize it again.
 For the price we paid, I can have better foods at other places
 The portion is extremely big BUT about 50% is potato which we didn’t even finish.
 I don’t recommend this place for a good dinner
 VIVO is certainly has many other good dining options besides this one
03 Oct 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointing

If you like fried food and dry meat you will love this place...

Lookout for the office furniture (rolling leather office chairs and living room tables) to compliment the medieval theme (??).
23 Aug 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

Simply bad food

The steaks we ordered were of such poor quality - very gristly with a lot of it simply haveing to be spat out.  Nothing else about the food or the restaurant was any better - bland, poor quality food with inattentive, inefficient staff.

If you want quality meat or steak - clearly this is not the place to go.  Search elsewhere and you will be so much better off.
21 Aug 2014 • 67 reviews • 0 follower

King Louis

For complete reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/04/the-king-louis-grill-bar.html

"Hail to the kings" was heard as we strolled into their restaurants. The servers put on with much respect making that moment quite a comfortable and welcoming entrance.

Knight Gawain meal was indeed carnivorous, as the name suggest everyone to dine as a king. The Roasted beef with black pepper sauce was quite hard and I felt that it was overcooked. The meat platter also came with Garlic Chicken Breast with Herbs and spice, Grilled porkloin with mushroom sauce which were suitable for 4 to 5 pax. These slabs of meat were placed over a bed of oven roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables with butter pumpkin sauce, Mesclun & Corn Salad and Pineapple was skewered as well as green apples drizzled with caramel Cinnamon Sauce. 
14 Aug 2014 • 77 reviews • 17 followers

Lovely ambience

For a full review, visit http://rachelays.blogspot.sg/2014/08/review-king-louis-grill-bar-at-vivo-city.html

For drinks, I had the mango juice which is reasonably priced at $5. They do not serve fresh juices though, so skip this if you do not like artificial fruit juices. They do serve floats but the floats can get really filling if you order the banquet platter as their portions are huge and value for money.

First up, we had the Homemade Mushroom Soup ($9.50) served with a stick of garlic bread. The button and shiitake mushrooms are blended and made into a creamy mushroom soup. It would be good to share with at least 1 as the mushroom flavour is rather thick.

For starters, we also had Platter C ($24.90) which consists of chicken drumlets, calamari rings, prawn twisters, potato wedges, and sausage and bacon bites. The chicken drumlets were a favourite. Although they were all deep-fried, they were not oily. The calamari rings had the right texture and were not overly chewy. I also like the prawn twisters which were crispy and had a unique touch to it. In contrast to the deep-fried snacks, the salad served as a refreshing side...