<br>Toots Brasserie is a cosy 40 seater whose nanme is a reference to the jazz horn their concept is such that the brasserie has three very distinct areas: The bar, deli and restaurant. Toots Brasserie aims to serve up Provence-style classics at affordable prices in an indulgent setting. Prices for ala carte dishes start at $14 for appetizers and $26 for mains. continue reading
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Opening Hours
07:30 - 10:30
12:00 - 14:30
Tue - Sat
07:30 - 10:30
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
07:30 - 10:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Burgundy Snails Cheesecake with Madagascan vanilla pods Fillet of Beef
Review (2)
Level3 2015-06-20
 It's a nice surprise as a French restaurant away from city centre and people would doubt its authenticity as a French restaurant especially in an Arab hotel.  However, it didn't let me down.The crispy pork belly is well made with thin crispy skin and juicy meat, though the bottom of it is slightly dry.  It matched nicely with the mashed potato to balance its complicated taste. The meat is tender and gives a good contrast to the crispy skin.  Highly recommended.Foie gras terrine is good and the combination of it with the slightly sweet brioche is cool especially matching them with a glass of red wine.Frog legs are good and it's so special to serve in a pot, matched with the chessy and tomato sauce.  However when it is served if the backbone of the frog is excluded it would be better as its too difficult to eat it with fork and knife.It's a very nice surprise in the Arab area for such an authentic French restaurant.  Also the service is attentive and the waiter and waitresses are quick to give appropriate response.  Only thing to criticize is how to place the cutlery on the table. continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-22
Decided to try this restaurant on a public holiday evening. There's 4 other tables that were taken apart from ours. Not too crowded and Chef owner Jason Wong was very friendly chatting with each table. He explained to us as the restaurant is new and there's still some teething issues for example, the kitchen staff had to double up as wait staff as a few of them quit the job that day. Appreciate the honesty and that the kitchen staff really tried their best to serve in the dining hall. Toots makes their own pork and duck rillette to go with their complimentary baguette. It's tasty n definitely a nice deviation from the standard butter spread. We ordered the frog legs with home made garlic butter sauce. It's pretty tasty and when we discovered one of the leg was slightly undercooked they immediately prepared us another cassoulet of perfectly cooked frog legs (we already ate a few from the previous cassoulet) thumbs up for service recovery!I ordered a pan seared foie gras with marinated beet root salad and seasonal grapes. The surface has a light crisp but I find the foie gras not juicy n soft enough. Lacked the melt in your mouth kind of texture. I had the Chilean black cod with herb crust for main - tasted abit fishy and the portion is really quite small with no potatoes side dish. I regret not ordering the beef fillet with truffled mash n foie gras, had a bite of that and it tasted fantastic. Even better than the chateaubriand de boeuf the others have ordered. Ended the meal on a sweet note with profiteroles au chocolat.Overall a pleasant experience but I wouldn't rush back to have a meal again. The popular jazz bar was full by the time we're done with dinner. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)