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Best French Indian Restaurants in Boat Quay

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A photo of PAUL - Ocean Financial Centre restaurant
4.1
Excellent(36)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Raffles Place
One of the leading names in Singapore for French dining, PAUL is a bakery and restaurant that brings decades of culinary excellence straight to your plate. This restaurant dishes out fresh flavours that can only come from a combination of many years of expertise and a host of time-honoured traditional recipes. For bread lovers, PAUL is a dream come true, and its location right at the centre of the CBD – you’ll find it on level one of Ocean Financial Centre on Collyer Quay, only steps from bustling Raffles Place in Singapore’s Marina Bay. It’s also a dream for health conscious folks, as the wellness menu is brimming with quinoa, fresh fruit and vegetables. PAUL is well worth making an extra journey for and it’s sure to become your second home.
A photo of Angelina - Marina Bay Sands restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(44)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Bayfront
A photo of The Stamford Brasserie - Swissotel the Stamford restaurant
4.2
Awesome(3)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • City Hall
The Stamford Brasserie is an all-in-one dining destination that brings to life the charm and exuberance of a classic French brasserie. The stylish tri-concept outlet, first in the hotel to run completely plastic-free, is conveniently located on the ground floor of Swissotel The Stamford and comprises a Grab & Go, Bistro Restaurant and Beer Bar.The venue’s tasteful décor is a feast for the eyes, featuring a mix of traditional vintage appeal interspersed with industrial-chic contemporary touches. Also incorporated is an open kitchen and bar, where diners can witness lively bistro cooking in action.
A photo of The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar restaurant
4.3
Awesome(269)
Price: Very Expensive
• French indian • Tanglin
Relaxed yet refined restaurant-and-bar by acclaimed Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
A photo of La Brasserie restaurant
4.3
Awesome(4)
Price: Expensive
• French indian • Clifford Pier
La Brasserie is an excellent French restaurant located within a five-star hotel in the vibrant city of Singapore. Known for its extraordinary cuisine, outstanding service, and wonderful ambiance, La Brasserie regularly receives high praise from its patrons. As reflected in reviews, visitors often comment on the restaurant's special attention to detail and the high quality of its food, highlighting the culinary excellence intrinsic to French cuisine. However, diners should expect a higher price point for their dining experience in line with the exceptional quality. With its distinctive character and commitment to French techniques, La Brasserie is the embodiment of superb French cuisine.
A photo of Le Quinze Vins restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Chinatown
Le Quinze Vins in Singapore boasts one of the widest wine lists in the whole city. With a menu that spans 50 pages, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better selection anywhere. Located on Boon Tat Street in Telok Ayer, along with all the great wine you’ll also find a selection of French delights with everything from light bites to the famous homemade Croque Monsieur LQV. Perfect for afternoons catching up with friends over a few bottles of something delicious or for romantic rendezvous with a special someone, whatever you’re after you won’t regret taking a table, and a bottle, at Le Quinze Vins.
A photo of Bar A Thym restaurant
5.0
Exceptional(2)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Chinatown
Bar A Thym is a true gem for enthusiasts of French cuisine. Commended by patrons for its excellent fare, the restaurant has earned glowing reviews from diners, such as, "Everything was excellent. Francois was amazing despite being rushed off his feet. Food, wine, atmosphere all superb. Defo going back after lockdown!" This is a testament to the exceptional service, exquisite wine selection, and wonderful atmosphere that Bar A Thym consistently provides. The restaurant evidently upholds the rich heritage of French gastronomy, promising a dining experience that transports you right to the heart of France – making it quite the destination after the lockdown.
A photo of Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(0)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Institution Hill
If you’ve strolled down Mohamed Sultan Road lately, you might have noticed Pixy Contemporary French Cuisine and Bar, a new kid on the River Valley block of bars and restaurants that specialises in a delightful fusion of Singaporean, Japanese and European flavours. Treat yourself to the signature degustation menu, or take your pick from a series of beautifully plated seasonal specials, meats and desserts, designed to enhance your dining experience at this cosy and intimate space. With a wide assortment of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails available at the bar, you’re all set for a perfect evening out, so why not book ahead to snag the best seats?
A photo of Two Bakers - Serangoon restaurant
4.2
Awesome(16)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Serangoon
From the legends that took the city by storm with their first artisanal dessert cafe on Horne Road, Two Bakers has opened up in Singapore’s Serangoon – and the food is equally as exceptional. What else would you expect with a Le Cordon Bleu Paris trained chef running the show? As well as their adored French-inspired desserts, from Paddle Pop Cheesecake to Yuzu Lemon Tart, Two Bakers’ new joint features a whole new menu of wholesome dishes. Inside the walls of this clean and contemporary eatery, tuck into flavourful Asian fusion brunch options, hearty mains, healthy lunches and sharing plates. Wash your tasty fare down with a barista made coffee, a cheeky Baileys cold brew or a fresh homemade juice.
A photo of Six Senses Brasserie restaurant
4.2
Awesome(1)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Chinatown
Six Senses Brasserie in Tanjong Pagar is one of Singapore's best European-style brasseries. Serving up gourmet mains in comfortable surroundings, it's a great place for a family meal or working lunch. Located in the Six Senses Hotel on Cook Street, Murray Terrace focuses on sourcing the best of everything, from grass-fed beef to sustainably caught seafood. Menus are tailored to the changing seasons so they vary all the time, but there will always be a range of exceptional lamb, pork, poultry and duck options on offer. Whether you're staying at the hotel or visiting the area to shop, booking a table here is well worth a shot.
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