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2014-06-25 38 views
When I mention about French Dining, the word “Expensive” seems to be the first to pop up in people’s mind. However, I have just recently visited this little gem located in Bukit Merah and I am so excited to share it with you guys!Chef Immanuel’s French Kitchen is set to become one of the latest casual french dining spots to join the growing number of atas kopitiam stalls that serves restaurant quality standards at affordable prices!I have visited this place twice in a week and tried quite a sign
Chef Immanuel’s French Kitchen is set to become one of the latest casual french dining spots to join the growing number of atas kopitiam stalls that serves restaurant quality standards at affordable prices!
I have visited this place twice in a week and tried quite a significant number of dishes (almost everything) and it is sooo good!
Served with Gherkin and Bread SGD 7.90
CHICKEN LIVER PATE WITH PORT WINE
Served with bread SGD 7.50
Frogs legs sauteed with shallot garlic and parsley SGD 12.60
Pan Fried Foie Gras served with Caramelized Apple, Herb Salad and Orange Gastrique SGD15.40
Baked half a dozen snail with tomato fondue and garlic herbs butter served with bread SGD 11.90
Pork Belly Braised in Kakuni Style Served with Duxelle Mushroom, Onsen Egg & Potato Form SGD15.40
SOUS VIDE CHICKEN BREAST
Sous Vide Chicken Breast served with cheese rigatoni pasta Gratin, Mushroom Fricassee and Mustard Sauce SGD12.60
FRENCH DUCK LEG CONFIT
Confit of duck leg from France served with Mash Potatoes, Braised savoy cabbages and Au Jus
STEAK AND FRIES
Steak served with Shallot and garlic confit and french fries
Braised beef in red wine with bacon, mushroom and onion, served with crushed parsley potato SGD 17
One of my favorite dining dinner. Definitely not what you would expect in a Kopitiam setting. The meat served up to use were all tender juicy soft and the flavors are well balanced without ever reaching out for additional condiments.
I tried picking out a a favourite main, but I am spoiled for choices! However if you are in the mood for something different, the pork belly is one which you definitely have to try out. The spoonful of egg, mushroom, pork belly and potato foam is mind blowing good. Mash potato will never be good enough for me again.
Portions are definitely generous enough for me to be stuffed after the meal, and even if the mains don’t fill me up, anyone of the side dishes or starters will definitely do the deed.
Definite worth the trip up to Bukit Merah!