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Best French Indian Restaurants in Mandai


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A photo of The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• French indian • Tanglin
Relaxed yet refined restaurant-and-bar by acclaimed Michelin chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
A photo of Les Bouchons - Robertson Quay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Kembangan
Les Bouchons - Robertson Quay in Singapore is acclaimed for epitomizing the essence of outstanding French cuisine. The restaurant garners praise for its excellent food, wine, and service, with one patron eloquently affirming it serves the "best steak in Singapore". Encompassing an authentic French experience, the pairing of sumptuous food with a delicate selection of wines, highlighted in the reviews, testifies to the restaurant's commitment to French culinary traditions. Superior service further complements this experience, making Les Bouchons - Robertson Quay a must-visit destination for lovers of fine French cuisine.
A photo of Bistro Du Vin - Shaw Centre restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Boulevard
Bistro Du Vin - Shaw Centre, located in Singapore, is a renowned establishment that offers high-quality French cuisine. Its exceptional service and value for money have been highly praised by diners. The authenticity of the French cuisine served is appreciated, contributing significantly to its popularity among food enthusiasts. However, its irresistible allure can lead to a full house during weekends, which may increase the noise level. Despite this minor point, the restaurant's excellent French food and overall dining experience still manage to stand out, as corroborated by satisfied customers in their glowing reviews.
A photo of Two Bakers - Serangoon restaurant
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 Frapas Bar by Saveur - Cathay restaurant
Very Good(51)
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Dhoby Ghaut
Part of the iconic Saveur Group, Frapas Bar at The Cathay Singapore is a fresh new take on mouth-watering fusion cuisine. Serving up a delicious blend of Spanish and French cuisine, this charming spot in Orchard boasts an infectious atmosphere and vibe that will have you returning time, and time again. Offering lunch, a la carte, bar and experience menus that are brimming with creative takes on the classics you know and love, you’ll leave this restaurant and bar on Handy Road more than satisfied, that’s for sure. The small plates are designed to be shared and the mains are perfect for just you. Keep an eye out for the garlic prawns with lashings of chilli oil; octopus leg with spicy pimento puree; salmon tartare and duck rillette dumplings – but really, it’s all delicious here. A favourite among Singapore foodies for good reason, book a table and discover Frapas Bar by Saveur at The Cathay for yourself.
A photo of Braseiro restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Marine Parade
“Let’s Meat Here” declares the door of Braserio, a French steakhouse in Singapore. While, as a rule, we would prefer that people refrained from making nouns into verbs, we’re so tickled by this pun we’ll let it slide. So let’s break this down, what does this “meating” entail? Vegans look away now, because Braseiro is a celebration of all things flame-grilled and carnivorous – steaks, beef skewers, chicken and chef (animal-based) specials. Located on Joo Chiat Road in the East Coast district, this Singaporean restaurant is the place to go for a feast of all-things meat. Their homemade fries and fresh salads are also worth a mention, as are the affordable prices. This is neighbourhood dining at its best, casual and rife with succulent flavour. What’s not to love?
A photo of Saveur restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Bugis
Saveur is a charming French restaurant in Singapore that’s high on flavour and rich with enthusiasm. Set up by two passionate friends in the restaurant business, this Bugis eatery is dedicated to serving French fare which is affordable, without jeopardising on quality or gourmet decadence. Singapore locals can dine at Saveur and expect some of France’s most fine and famous dishes like pan-seared foie gras, garlic butter escargots, steak frites, duck confit and crème brûlée – all handmade and using fresh local produce whenever possible. Both a three-course set menu and à la carte dishes are available, as well as a nice complimenting drinks list. You’ll find the laid back and welcoming Saveur tucked away on Purvis Street. Check them out today!
A photo of Two Bakers - Horne Road restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Kembangan
Two Bakers in Singapore is a sophisticated café and speciality bakery in Little India. Inspired by French cuisine and fusion flavours, dishes at this Horne Road eatery are artisanal in nature and created with fresh ingredients, refined cooking techniques and the utmost attention to detail. With a menu ranging from full meals to handmade patisseries, this café is perfect for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or a delicious cake and coffee any time of the day. Expect to see tasty wonders like chipotle crab eggs en cocotte, banana creme brúlee pancakes and fried buttermilk chicken sandwich with charred pineapple. We highly recommend ordering a Two Bakers dessert, some of the best in Singapore. Earl grey chocolate cake, raspberry rose sponge or yuzu lemon curd tart, anyone?
A photo of The Stamford Brasserie - Swissotel the Stamford restaurant
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 LES AMIS restaurant
Price: Moderate
• French indian • Boulevard
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