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Full Immanuel French Kitchen review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/05/immanuel-french-kitchen.htmlOpening its doors in June 2014 within the modern hawker enclave of Salute Coffee Shop / Salut Kopitiam, Immanuel French Kitchen has since won rave reviews for its tasty, immaculate, classic French cuisine at relatively affordable cafe-esque prices. The man behind Immanuel French Kitchen, chef Immanuel Tee, has an impressive resume, including holding the head chef position at the no
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Full Immanuel French Kitchen review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/05/immanuel-french-kitchen.html

Opening its doors in June 2014 within the modern hawker enclave of Salute Coffee Shop / Salut Kopitiam, Immanuel French Kitchen has since won rave reviews for its tasty, immaculate, classic French cuisine at relatively affordable cafe-esque prices. The man behind Immanuel French Kitchen, chef Immanuel Tee, has an impressive resume, including holding the head chef position at the now defunct Keystone restaurant, as well as stints in several reputable fine dining establishments such as Guy Savoy Singapore, Jaan Restaurant, and the 2 Michelin star Pastorale Restaurant in Belgium.

Ambience at Immanuel French Kitchen is shared with every other stall in Salute Coffee Shop / Salut Kopitiam. Functional, decent furniture, bright lighting, and the garish, iconic, blue checkered tablecloth. Service at Immanuel French Kitchen is completely self-service, where ordering and payment is done over the counter, as is collection of orders via a buzzer. I do like that the menu has helpful, concise descriptions of each dish, and that they provide serviettes. Interaction however, is minimal, especially since chef and team are usually busy.
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Food at Immanuel French Kitchen is distinctly classic French, with some elements of Japanese. Chef even makes his own charcuterie / cold cuts in-house. Generally, I find most dishes to be very tasty, with each component of the dish being well executed, such that no ingredient overwhelms the other, a sign of good planning! Portions are filling for 1 person, and may be suitable for sharing. Prices are comparable to a mid-range cafe, budget about SGD $21 per person for a meal here.

The Onion Soup (SGD $4.90) is a Soup Du Jour, or soup of the day. Love the savoury and sweet broth, thick and deep with caramelised onions, which are soft and pliable. The cheesy crouton lends a nice textural contrast, retaining its crisp crunch for quite awhile, and pairs nicely with the rich soup broth. Excellent comfort food, highly recommended!
Onion Soup
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The Duck Leg Confit (SGD $15.90) features a medium sized portion of duck leg, prepared in the classic style of France, cured and cooked in its own duck fat. This results in tender, extremely tasty meat that tears off easily from the bone, and a moderately crisp skin. However, it toes the line between moist and dry. The mashed potato in brown gravy is so smooth, almost creamy in texture, and the gravy lends a nice savoury taste. The spring bacon succotash of shredded cabbage and corn kernels bears a slight hint of salty, smoky flavour, and lends a burst of colour and freshness to the dish. Highly recommended!
Duck Leg Confit
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Date of Visit
2015-05-01
Waiting Time
1 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$21 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Onion Soup
$ 4.9
Duck Leg Confit
$ 15.9