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Telephone
6733 4395
Introduction
Driven by the passion and inspiration from market ingredients and classic French cooking techniques, Poulét serves up an array of French cuisines priced at a comfortable range. Menu offerings include everything requisite to compose a complete French meal; Appetizers, Soups, Salads, Sandwiches, Mains, Sides and Desserts.<br> continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://poulet.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Escargots French Onion Soup Rotisserie Chicken Salad de Paris Tiramisu
Review (6)
Level4 2013-12-09
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Having heard so much about the restaurant's signature poultry dish and its affordable price, we went down to the branch at Great World City to try it out for ourselves. We ordered 2 dishes:1)Poulet Roti - Signature Roasted Chicken: Although so many friends of mine raved about this dish, I’m personally not a fan of it. I felt like the chicken could be more moist and flavourful, but more importantly, I did not like their accompanying signature sauce as I felt like chicken meat does not go well with creamy sauce. As mentioned, many people have raved about this dish hence I do think it’s really personal preference, and anyone who’d like to try this dish should definitely still go ahead and taste it for themselves! 2)Oxtail de Bourguignon: Personally, I liked this dish a whole lot more. I’ve always been a fan of stewed beef so I knew ordering this dish shouldn’t go wrong at all. The oxtail had been pressure-cooked together with carrots and onions in a red wine sauce, so the meat was extremely tender and flavourful. Even the carrots and onions were soft (without being mushy) and all the flavours had been infused into them. Ahh just thinking about it is making me salivate continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-25
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Please ignore the wolverine movie tix on the photo, I was watching the movie after my lunch hehe..Before catching the movie, we had lunch at Poulet, the place seems nice.And so we ordered the roasted chicken there since it's their specialty.The place was crowded since it was lunch time, there was still seats for 2 of us.After the food arrived, we were surprised to see just chicken with sauce on the plate and nothing else, just some leaves..But since we were super hungry, we just ate them.And when I ate them, it was so delicious, awesomely good! I never eat chicken as nice as this, the sauce was not enough for me! It was just right to eat the chicken with the sauce. Feeling not enough, we ordered Gratin of potato and sweet corn, it came later... and it was served hot!So hot until I cannot recall the taste haha. Overall, it's the best, thumbs up for the roasted chicken (I think I rate this not because I was eating when I was hungry, but it's really nice!)So recommended to try! continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-14
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Poulet has opened many more branches, and has rather affordable mains. I have been there a couple of times and found their food to be quite alright. I had the braised de poulet this time, which costs $13.80. Chicken leg is cooked with potato, onions and garlic, which is an alternative to their other signature dish (the Poulet) which has a creamy sauce base. Chicken is tender, but I would much prefer the Poulet's sauce. continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-04
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The decor of Poulet is really nice, it gives a classy feel and the food is not that expensive. The tables are quite small though. I ordered the pork belly which may not be the smartest choice (should've ordered their signature chicken). It comes with some mash potato. I say some because as you can see, the portion is miserable. It's like they scoop some mash potato on the back of a spoon and spread it thinly across the plate. The pork lacked flavour and didn't have that melt in your mouth texture that pork belly should have. Go for the chicken if you're planning to eat here. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-27
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We just finished watching a movie at Great World City and decided to have an early dinner at Poulet. While I've heard lots of good reviews about the restaurant, this is my first time eating here. I ordered myself a Braised de Canard ($15.80). It reminded me of the Duck Confit I had at Saveur (also a French bistro), but this braised duck leg was much juicier. The only thing missing was some starch (like mash potato) to complete the meal.The taste of the braised duck leg was more on the mild side though. I also had the chance to try their signature roast chicken - Poulet Rôti ($28.80 for a whole chicken) which was A LOT better than their duck. The chicken comes in this creamy, fruity sauce which was an excellent pairing.I was feeling adventurous that day and wanted to try out their desserts so I got myself a Soy Panna Cotta with Longan ($6.80). Having had a creamy, rich panna cotta at Saveur, the dessert here was quite a disappointment. It had exactly the same texture and taste as "Tau Huey" (beancurd) with the only exception of the Longan fruit. Not exactly the kind of dessert I was looking for to end my meal. continue reading
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