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We went to L'Olivier for the first time to celebrate Dad’s birthday. It was really a wonderful dining experience, totally satisfy our craving for good french food. It is located along amoy street, opposite the Thia Hock Keng temple. For people who have not heard of it, it would be quite hard to locate the restaurant. The restaurant looks comfortable and classy, with bottles of wine decorating the restaurants. We had bread for a starter, it tasted soft and moist, a great appetiser to kick off a m
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We went to L'Olivier for the first time to celebrate Dad’s birthday. It was really a wonderful dining experience, totally satisfy our craving for good french food.

It is located along amoy street, opposite the Thia Hock Keng temple. For people who have not heard of it, it would be quite hard to locate the restaurant.

The restaurant looks comfortable and classy, with bottles of wine decorating the restaurants. We had bread for a starter, it tasted soft and moist, a great appetiser to kick off a meal.

Next was the mushroom soup, it was smooth and tasty. The mushroom was well grinded for the smooth texture.

For my mains, I had the white cod fish. The fish was very fresh and there was no fish stench at all. Even my mom who doesn’t really like to eat fish agrees so too.

The price was around $50 per person, which was reasonable for a fine dining experience. Overall, it was wonderful.
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Date of Visit
2010-06-19
Spending Per Head
$50 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • mushroom soup