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Toots Brasserie

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Toots Brasserie is a French restaurant serving food lovers a provence style classics with and indulgent setting.

Mon - Sun: 07:30 - 10:30

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30

Tue - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30


Toots Bar Opening:

Mon: Closed

Tues - Sun: 3.00pm - 10.30pm
$50 based on 12 submissions
Anniversary (4 votes), Birthdays (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes)
Martin Koenen

Lovely quite French brasserie

A great, cozy, Parisian Brasserie.
 Through Tripadvisor I found this new restaurant.
 The pork collar terrine was good and tastefull, Teh beetroot salad was fantastic.
 My lamb cutlets were great, although it had quote a lot of fat.
 The duck leg confit was the highlight. Crispy and juicy.
 Best thing of the night... The bill.
 Very resonantie priced.
 Will return.

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14 Dec 2014 • 4 reviews • 1 follower

Lovely quite French brasserie

A great, cozy, Parisian Brasserie.
 Through Tripadvisor I found this new restaurant.
 The pork collar terrine was good and tastefull, Teh beetroot salad was fantastic.
 My lamb cutlets were great, although it had quote a lot of fat.
 The duck leg confit was the highlight. Crispy and juicy.
 Best thing of the night... The bill.
 Very resonantie priced.
 Will return.
26 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A Humble French Dinner

I would like to share my experience with Toots Brasserie. My fiancee and me spotted the restaurant 2 weeks ago when we casually have our Sunday walk around hotel sultan. Despite we already have lunch, my fiancee decided to walk in after seeing the menu outside the hotel. The chef , Jason, is very friendly, approaching us, and explain the menu,and offer us to make reservation anytime. Good first impression. He explain that people normally hesitate to go in, since it's a french restaurant, inside a hotel some more, but we're surprised that it's very affordable.

We decide to come back a week after, (my fiancee made reservation,) and both of us ordered Duck leg confit. While waiting , we were served bread and butter, and Jason introduced himself to us, and explain the menu. He even serve a small sample of duck rillet, which is very nice of him , for us while waiting the food.

The food is awesome, i totally enjoy the experience. What i like the most is the ambience and the mood. The music keeps playing Bossanova tunes and the dimmed lighting create a suitable mood. After the main course we decide to order Profiteroles au Chocolat : Homemade baked choux pastry with vanilla ice cream, roasted almond flakes and chocolate sauce.

I would like to give the food , value for money, and service two thumbs up, definitely, worth it to recommend.
30 Jun 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not bad, Cheap and Good!

Was there last week twice, first time was by chance late at night, then we celebrated my son's birthday lunch. The food is nice, authentic, price is reasonable and service is good.
01 Nov 2013 • 225 reviews • 5 followers

New kid on the block

Situated within Sultan Hotel in the Kampong Glam precinct, Toots Brasserie is the new French kid on the block. The 40-seater’s kitchen is helmed by chef Jason Wong (formerly from Au Jardin and Au Petit Salut), and his repertoire includes their signature dish, poelles de cuisses de grenouilles (pan-seared frog legs, $18), served with homemade garlic butter sauce. For more hot new restaurant reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/hot-new-restaurants-to-book-online-*gid-b92f3101/photos/#af340800
14 Oct 2013 • 296 reviews • 14 followers

New French Kid on the Block

Their breakfast menu includes freshly-baked croissants, cold cuts and cheese and locally roasted coffee. They also have a dinner set menu based on available seasonal produce. Wong’s signature dish, poelles de cuisses de grenouilles (pan seared frog legs, $18) is served with homemade garlic butter sauce. You’ll likely want to save room for dessert: the gateau au fromage blanc ($14) is a homemade baked cheesecake infused with Madagascan vanilla pods, served with mixed berry compote. Read more Hot New Restaurant reviews here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/hot-new-restaurants-*gid-46300400/photos/#181d08