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A local favourite in the heart of Singapore’s Club Street area, Bar A Thym brings southern French cuisine to the forefront in a stylish location on Gemmill Lane. In addition to an array of pre-arranged dishes, diners are also welcome to let chef Mermilliod design their dish omakase-style, not knowing what’s in store for them (except that it’s going to be delicious). Open every day except for Sunday, the folks behind Bar A Thym look forward to serving you an extraordinary meal.
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Very nice restaurant. We wish you the best in April
Francois and his team were friendly, welcoming and awesome! That’s why we keep returning!
Went for the set lunch, which is good value. Left happily full
Playing on the French word baratin, meaning sweet talk, Bar A Thym on Gemmill Lane is brought to you by chef Francois Mermilliod. Hailing from southern France, Mermilliod aims to present diners with the cuisine of his homeland in a colourful and casual environment in Singapore’s Club Street area. Committed to sourcing seasonal and local ingredients wherever possible, Mermilliod and his crew ensure that every dish available is of a superlative standard.
Groups are especially welcome at Bar A Thym, where communal dining is highly encouraged – there are plenty of options perfect for sharing, just have a look at the communal menu. For starters, go for the marinated sardines with bell pepper and olive oil or the Iberico pork jowl with pea tendrils and pear chutney before chowing down on mains like Wagyu beef sirloin with fresh girolles and epoisse gratin, the braised rabbit leg in Banyuls wine, or the whole fish of the day served with lemon thyme jus. Getting hungry now? Reserve ahead and let chef Mermilliod take you on an amazing French dining experience in the heart of Singapore’s Club Street area.