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New dinning place with gal pals?

Post by Yufuii » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 10:46 am

Any idea where in Sg do we have nice place to dine with gal pals? Somewhere that makes one feel pampered & satisfying?

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Fab food

Post by newgirly1809 » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 1:17 pm

There's a lovely French restaurant in Robertson Walk, upstairs but can't remember the name, it's the only one there though. The food is fab and there's a good wine list as well. I went there last week and had the 5 course menu of the day which cost S$48 each, wine bumps up the price but it's well worth it!!

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Post by English Gent » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 5:32 pm

Why my dear you should dine with me. Chianti anyone?

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Looking to meet or chat with interesting woman from all over...and eat them.

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Re: Fab food

Post by Yufuii » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 5:38 pm

newgirly1809 wrote:There's a lovely French restaurant in Robertson Walk, upstairs but can't remember the name, it's the only one there though. The food is fab and there's a good wine list as well. I went there last week and had the 5 course menu of the day which cost S$48 each, wine bumps up the price but it's well worth it!!
Mmm... French restaurant sounds cool!

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The restaurant was called Sage

Post by newgirl » Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:04 pm

Newgirly1809- we only had one bottle of wine! The restaurant was called Sage.

OP- it really is a lovely restaurant with great food and service.I'd strongly recommend it.

Perhaps we should have an expat nite there and we could move tables between courses. It would be a laugh trying to work out who's who.

andy_

Post by andy_ » Sat, 25 Jun 2005 12:33 pm

Sage is sucks, 48$ for nothing.. If you really want to know french food come to Paris.

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Post by Paul » Thu, 30 Jun 2005 4:31 pm

where to eat a good coq au vin?

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Post by dot dot dot » Thu, 30 Jun 2005 4:53 pm

There's some very good French places in town here, but quality has its price:

"Les Amis" in the botanic gardens, I think the best around, but too formal to call it romantic for me, although because of the incredible good service, you feel very private, as the waiters serve without you noticing they do. Foie gras is just awesome.

"L'aigle d'or" at Duxton Hotel in Chinatown, between the seedy massage parlours and the Karaoke is a excuisite little boutique hotel with an equally excellent restaurant.

"Au Petit Salut" at Jelan Merah Saga, the romantic hideaway in French style, try their Grand Marnier souffle.

"Duo" at Club street is a romantic lover's place too, but bit formal. There's more French places somehow in Club Street, Chinatown.

One of my favorites though is "Sebastien's" at greenwood avenue, the square with lots of pubs and restaurants. Although mainly expats, there is a nice ambience :wink:
Try their boeuf bourguignonne or the coq au vin there, just that the wine is so damn good, you wanna take another bottle, but... the great wine is sooo expensive...

my 2 cents,

Eric

Chono

Post by Chono » Sun, 03 Jul 2005 2:16 am

Hello,


You could try Bod place. There's a wide variety of local and international cuisines plus a nice manicure and pedicure thronw in for good measure. Not many guys gothere coz te decor is quite feminine(pink and pale colors). Anyway message me back if you wanna know more. Thank you.

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