The place is really easy to miss. But once you open the door, you'll be amazed cos the place really feels like the interior of a French chateau, with a lovely alfresco area featuring water features and big glass doors opening out from the main dining room.
The pasta ($10) is nice. Tandoori spaghetti is quite interesting.
The duck confit is decent, but a bit dry.
The chocolate lava cake ($10) definitely steals the limelight though.
The crowd that hangs out here are mostly expatriate families from the nearby Bukit Timah residental district, adding to the laidback French chateau holiday feel.
Don't expect too much from the wait staff, they tend to be rather untrained, some rather rude - they're probably students from Evans Lodge hostel.
What lovely ambience, wonderful wine list and gorgeous enters and mains. And then..... dessert ..... Saturday night 8pm, asked for the menu select our desert then told it's not available. "Ok we'll have the coconut jelly with gula melaka. Shortly after the waiter returns to say that also wasn't available. I'm sorry, this kind of incompetence I find unacceptable. You must, as a team, know what's on and off the menu in a restaurant. This isn't a hawker centre, even they know what's not available. Would I come back, yes, would I recommend others, yes, but don't come if you want to finish your meal with dessert, it's not guaranteed.
Nice place, comfortable and peaceful, perfect for enjoying a bottle of wine. They carry a large selection esp south africa stuff at reasonable prices too. Finger food were pretty ok. The service was good and definitely will be going back for more.
Love this place. Its a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city and the wine list is impressive. Food is ok. I wont say its out of this world, but the ambience and reasonable pricing more than makes up for it.
Dim lightings coupled along with wooden tables and chairs, the slow savouring of the melting chocolate and the pure enjoyment of gentling tasting fine wine. The Wine Company is definitely the place to go to for a quick getaway from the ever-busy lifestyle of Singaporeans or even just for a short meet up with friends.
Other than the soothing environment, do indulge yourself with their desserts. My favorite? The chocolate molten lava cake. I've visited various restaurants and cafes with this similar cake and I've got to say that this chocolate molten lava cake has got to be the best by far, even though it does feel evil after awhile.
Other cafes do have similar cakes, but it's difficult to find one that's not too sweet, not too rich, not too tasteless and not over-melted. Plunge your spoon into the chocolate cake and you'll see melting chocolate flowing out. The cake comes with a scoop of icecream too! So place the icecream onto the cake and enjoy the hot and cold sensation.
Its quiet and peaceful there, so its good for chats and meetups. As for the price, I would say its reasonable for such a fine quality experience. There are spaghetties, lunch sets and fingerfood available as well, do check it out!
A nice place to hangout with your girls to chill with wine and desserts.Since it's called the Wine Company, they have a large variety of wine but the food was not up to our expectations. The main courses and appetisers are on the expensive side and certainly nothing impressive. The lobster bisque tasted a little too salty for my liking and the most-raved after chocolate molten lava cake is not comparable to the one I had at mount emily. Overall, it's still a nice cosy place to hangout and chill with wine.