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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

+65 68846884
+65 62760862
$28 based on 86 submissions
Dinner (32 votes), Live Band (26 votes), Chillout (25 votes)

Express Lunch Deal

We went there primarily because it was seldom crowded, and we like our peace and quiet.

Anyway, we visited the restaurant again for lunch before Christmas (2014) because it was jam-packed everywhere else. We were pleasantly surprised to find that they had launched a new Express Lunch Menu. Based on our orders that day, we’d give it a 9 out of 10.

Essentially, the mains range from just $5 for a Vegetarian Aglio Olio to $15.50 for a Premier Char-grilled Australian Beef. You can top up between $1.50 to $3.50 for a drink / a full set lunch.

We ordered the Grilled Moroccan Chicken Salad ($6.90) and the Grilled Australian Beef Salad ($7.90), and topped up $3.50 for one of the meals to include a drink, (mushroom) soup and dessert (ice-cream).

We were pleasantly surprised by the generous serving of salad and meats when they arrived at our table.

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