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8 Types Of French Pastries To Know

Magic happens when the French mix flour, water and butter together.

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19 October 2017
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— Meryl Koh

Dish Spotlight: Vietnamese Beef Pho And Its Multicultural Origins

The unassuming pho broth is a masterpiece of complexity that’s similar to a French beef consommé.

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17 August 2017
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— Azimin Saini

The 5 Mother Sauces of French Cuisine

Get to know the 5 sauces so integral in the French (culinary) Revolution.

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08 May 2016
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— Michelin Guide Digital-Singapore

Take Stock: A Recipe For Classic French Veal Stock

In this series, we explore the basic stocks that every great cuisine is built on. First up: French Veal Bouillon.

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12 October 2017
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— Rachel Tan

Breakfast Club: French Toast to Start the Morning With

For toasts so French you'll say "bonjour" to them.

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03 December 2017
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— Alethea Tan

Gordon Grill

MICHELIN Guide 2017

Those with fond memories of European-style grill rooms will like Gordon Grill. A feature of Goodwood Park hotel for over 50 years, the restaurant is famed for its meat trolley service which is wheeled over to each table. Along with the meat and plentiful supplies of seafood from the grill, you can expect French-inspired classic dishes. It’s a good choice for a quiet business lunch, a romantic dinner for hotel guests or weekend family outings....

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28 June 2017

L'Angelus

MICHELIN Guide 2017

Chinatown may not be the most obvious part of town when you’re looking for classic French food but that’s where this bistro has been successfully pulling in customers since 1998. The great strength here is the passion of the two French owners and it is this that ensures that standards remain high. Signature dishes include homemade pâté and the ever-popular entrecôte – you’ll be surprised at the size of the cut considering the price....

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28 June 2017

db Bistro & Oyster Bar

MICHELIN Guide 2017

Daniel Boulud’s bistros are synonymous with stylish surroundings, slick service and menus that offer classic French bistro dishes alongside American favourites. The ‘Original Daniel Boulud burger’ is always worth ordering but you should also explore those dishes which make great use of quality fish and shellfish from around the world. The restaurant comes with an appealingly authentic French bistro feel and there’s an oyster bar at the front....

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28 June 2017

What is...roux?

Brush up on your food terminology with us, from commonplace colloquialisms to obscure obsessions, as we demystify culinary lingo in our Kitchen Language column.

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17 November 2016
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— Stephanie Lim

Julien Royer goes to Macau

Join us for an exquisite dining experience featuring signature and original creations by chef Julien Royer of two-Michelin-starred  Odette in Singapore, paired with highly rated wines handpicked by Robert Parker Wine Advocate. Prices range from USD 80 (MOP 640) for a 4-course lunch to USD 300 (MOP 2,400) for a 6-course dinner with wine and champagne. Seats can be booked from 6 September, 2016. About the chef: Auvergne-born French chef Julien Royer is co-owner of Odette, a modern French restaurant located...

09 September 2016
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— Administrator