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Marché® stands for healthy nutrition and offers food that is cooked right before your eyes. Marché has been tantalizing Singapore with delicious European culinary delights from Switzerland. Enjoy fresh, healthy and highest quality food in a tranquil setting of a Swiss Alpine village, painstakingly installed by six Swiss craftsmen from the dismantled original Swiss chalets of the 16th century. continue reading
Opening Hours
08:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
08:00 - 00:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Wheelchair Access
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Rosti Seafood Paella
Review (4)
Level3 2014-11-29
I dropped by Marche Movenpick for a quick dinner after visiting the Bank Art Fair at Pan Pacific Hotel nearby. Just to sidetrack, the art fair was very cool, and I got to see alot of interesting works! Most are very thought inspiring, and some with very deep roots in culture. Now, back to the review for Marche Movenpick. Ta-dah! Here we are! This is the best shot I could get of the restrobar, unfortunately, you'll have to keep your eyes open as their signboard is nowhere obvious to be found.Marché Mövenpick is the urban, innovative concept von Marché International, the leading gastronomy company for highest quality gastronomy ideas at highly-frequented and carefully selected city center locations. With its worldwide brand names Marché® Restaurants, Marché®Natural Bakery, Mövenpick Restaurants, Cindy’s Diner and, added only recently, Marché Mövenpick Restaurants, the company offers a complementary and premium quality total offering at highway rest stops, airports, train stations and other selected city locations.Surroundings: "Save water, drink wine." Cute! Condiments are placed out on the table for easy use.With the positioning of itself as a restrobar, you would assume that its drinks would be up to par. Both my friend and I ordered one of my favourite drinks - the Mojito ($13.90) - which was served to us too bland. There were too much mint leaves in the drink, no hint of lime and diluted rum. There seemed to be some problem with the concoction as I gave some feedback to the waitress, who got it changed for me. When it came back to us, the drink was too strong, there was too much rum. I gave up trying and just completed the rest of the meal with warm water instead. At least for me and my friend, we both felt the same about the mojito, which leaves much to be desired.And then the food came.We had the roasted beef savoury crepe ($16.50). In it was roasted capsicum spread and roasted beef chunks. My friend didn't really like the beef as she kept chomping down on beef chunks with thick tendons. I didn't really have the problem though, so I shall not comment on that! But I did like the taste of the beef chunks with the crepe. It is not as savoury as I would like, but just nice for most people. Served with some salad. The view of within.Next up, we had the smoked duck breast gourmet pizza ($22.90). Although their specialty was the white pizza, I didn't order that as I was craving for smoked duck pizza, actually. haha!I was told that the difference between the gourmet pizza and the white pizza is that one's savoury, and the other's sweeter. I believe it also has to do the condiments and seasonings used. Well, I will return for the white pizza another time, because I did love their smoked duck pizza!It's a 12-inch pizza, standard serving! In fact, it's the only serving they have. It was filled with hoisin sauce, spring onions, red chilli, sliced tomatoes and topped with celery. I loved the thin crust, and the duck breast with hoisin sauce was really well done.When I tear out the pizza, it's close to having no cheese trail. So neat! It's not too overloaded with cheese.Delicious toppings~Seriously, both of us weren't able to finish the pizza, so I had half of it taken away. The next day, I heated it up for breakfast, and it was still super nice! (Yay!)Now, DESSERT. Under recommendation, I tried the Crepe Suzette ($12.90), which uses sliced oranges cooked with liqueur, put over a scoop of Movenpick Vanilla icecream and thin crepe. I would have been super pleasantly surprised if it were served with flambé, but it wasn't. hahaha.Their crepes remain well done. And although the mixture of the crepe suzette had followed the cookbooks, but it wasn't anything to shout about. I did like the Movenpick vanilla ice cream. Although it wasn't overly impressive, but I did enjoy ending the meal with this dessert. Another thing for sure, I left knowing that their wait staff all had pretty good customer service standards. Kudos to the great service there, which helped save the performance of the poorly mixed Mojito. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-09
When I feel like having a healthier diet for a certain day, this grilled salmon is definitely one of my most favourite choice for my lunch. Restaurant here is really huge and spacious, and pretty comfortable as well. Service here is quite nice and friendly, which make me feel warm and welcome. For less than $15, is quite worth my money. Salmon fish meat is soft and fragrant, and with no stingy smell in it. The lettuces and cheese at the side are very fresh and refreshing as well. Yummy and nutritional. continue reading
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Level3 2014-02-03
Our group of 7 was at Marché Movenpick for dinner. We decided to order a few mains to try. First up we ordered the Antipasti Pizza ($19.90), with grilled vegetables, oyster mushrooms and mixed herbs. It was a generous portion and pretty tasty. Next, we had the Daily Special of Roasted Suckling Pig in Braised Red Cabbage and Potato Dumpling in Dark Beer Sauce ($26.90). This dish was so-so, and the pig was not tender enough.We also had the Ribeye Steak 220g (US Angus) ($39.90). It was grilled nicely for medium rare, and served with oven roasted young potatoes and caesar salad.Lastly for dessert, we ordered the Nutella and Banana Crepe ($12.90), which was topped with Movenpick Vanilla Ice-Cream. This was average, as the Nutella was not melted and came out slightly thick and hard.Overall, it was a mixed meal - with both good and not so-good.If in the area again, we might probably give another place a try. continue reading
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I was in a state of panic this evening because it was already 10pm and my boyfriend and I were looking for a place to have our dinner at in the City Hall area. We must've tried at least 4 to 5 restaurants and they were ALL done taking their last orders for the day. We thought we were stuck with Macs until we remembered Marche Bar & Bistro behind Raffles City Shopping Centre. This one restaurant's always open till late and it has saved me from starvation (and fast food) more than once!This was my third time having a late meal at Marche and I must say, it has NEVER failed me! The first two times, I was pleased with my meals but I thought I just got lucky. But this time round was the tipping point for me. I had the Norwegian Smoked Salmon on crusty bread dish - I can't remember the actual name of it but it's under the Bar Snacks section on the menu. All the choices under this section are about $7.90 - $8.90, with this salmon dish as an exception as it costs $12.90. The portion... was HUGE. I was quite shocked. That's real value for money right there! It was like a pizza concept and it was drizzled with some horseradish cream sauce concoction and topped generously with bits of green apple. Messy dish but amazing combo!My boyfriend had the Tuna Steak ($28.90). The portion was ALSO crazy big and the tuna was grilled to juicy perfection. The garlic herb sauce made it even more enjoyable. The sides were Caesar salad with loads of sauce (sinful but sooo delicious) and roasted baby potatoes which were very well-seasoned.Needless to say, we were so full after that. One of my favourite places to dine at - do pay Marche Bistro a visit when you can cos you won't regret it! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)