Bistro Du Vin - Zion Road
About Bistro Du Vin - Zion Road
Please be informed that Bistro Du Vin @ Zion Road will be closed for renovation from 9th to 25th April 2017.
Operations will resume from 26th April, 2017 onwards.
Established in July 2009, Bistro Du Vin is fully committed to delivering a truly authentic dining experience in a French Bistro. No effort or expense has been spared in creating an ambience typical of a similar establishment in France, from the furnishing right down to the convivial service style, music and memorabilia decorating its walls. Demystifying French food, Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road focuses on an array of traditional dishes all across France.
Check out Bistro Du Vin's Menu here!
At Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road, the team around Philipp Pau serves honest and hearty traditional
French Food. Take a step into the bistro on Zion Road and escape into a different world filled with
joie de vivre to spare, where families, friends, and colleagues gather to have a convivial moment.
Savourez La France! The bustling bistro filled with quirky memorabilia will transport you to a little
corner of France. Bistro Du Vin is a homey and fun place for guests to enjoy hearty country French
The team at Bistro Du Vin on Zion Road believe that food is more than just for survival – it's the best ingredient to relish life with your loved ones over a memorable meal. At Bistro Du Vin, it’s all about friends serving friends. The dishes are prepared from traditional recipes with the freshest ingredients possible – but without the fuss and pomp usually associated with the “French Fine Dining” restaurant. Here, you have quality and quantity. Yes, that’s possible.
Devine; well above expectations. I had the steak frites which was cooked to perfection and the french onion soup was as close as you can get to dining in Paris.
Food was fantastic. We had escargot, foie gras, onion soup (quite filling with the heavy cheese and onions), lobster bisque, braised beef cheeks and soufflé. Soufflé was a little weird for me with the alcohol and tasted a little undercook on the inside. Other than that, we were happy with the food. With 300ml red wine to share, the bill comes up to slightly over $200 for 2 persons.
Attentive service, quait atmosphere. Most importantly, the food is very tasty. I highly recommend trying the authentically French recipes, since it is a French restaurant! If you are interested, the waiters and owner (if he's around) will also be more than happy to help with the wine pairing.
Food was rich and flavorful, it was great that we were a big group and was able to try and share a variety of dishes. It might be quite overwhelming to just eat and finish the same dish as it's very rich, so definitely recommend to share. My family especially loved the free flow of warm bread with butter that was serve as well for starters. Service staff were friendly, attentive and kind, we brought a birthday cake and they kindly offered to cut it up into slices for us. We forgot to bring our candles and they generously gave us their own, really appreciated their kind gesture! Will definitely head back there again and try their lunch menu and desserts next time.
They have a 2-course ($27) and a 3-course ($32) set lunch with really nice options. My friend had the smoked duck breast salad, pan fried salmon trout and creme brulee. I had the foie grois ravioli, beef bourgignon with mash and creme brulee. The food was very well prepared, the beef was so tender and I'm picky about my mash and they were almost as good as my own ;). My friend said her salad was delicious and she loved her pan-seared salmon too. My ravioli was only okay - but that just could be my taste buds. It was prepared and presented beautifully but just had a flavor that wasn't to my taste. The creme brulee, on the other hand, was so yummy and creamy with a nice caramelized topping. We ended our meal with a complimentary coffee/tea. The service was impeccable as well. Overall, a very lovely and enjoyable lunch for a great price! I highly recommend trying it out for lunch with the set menu, or in the evening with your loved one.
Bistro du Vin in Zion Rd. Singapore is exactly what I want. It is a real French restaurant in terms of the ambiance, type and quality of food, and the service. It goes without saying that the presence of Mr. Philippe Pau, Director, makes a big difference. He greets us, talks with us, and makes sure that we are well taken care of. Bistro du Vin in Zion Rd. has the décor and ambiance of a small restaurant in small towns in France. It is very cosy and warm. We chose duck confit and lobster risotto. They are excellent! The house white and red wine are also very good. The price is not cheap (but what is cheap in Singapore dining, anyway?) but worth the quality we get. We enjoyed Bistro du Vin in Zion Rd. very much. Will come back again!
Booking - Online showed only 12pm time slot. - When we were there restaurant had only 10 patrons. - Not suitable if you want a conversation as tables are very close with echoey ambiance. Food (Set lunch) Complimentary bread was delicious, but was let down by butter which was too soft which was left sitting out on all the tables for too long. Foie gras ravioli is nice. Smoke duck salad is nice! generous serving but towards the salty side. Bone marrow was raw and cold below the bone and extremely salty green sauce topping, not sure if it's suppose to be this way? Looks better than it taste. Baked salmon trout was baked outside, sashimi raw inside. Sauce was tasty but doneness way off perhaps it was quite a big piece of fish? They recooked again, unfortunately the experience failed as initially they took a long time to serve and by the time the fish arrived the second time everyone had finished their mains. Braised beef was probably braised since yesterday, taste average with generous serving portion. Set lunch considered cheap, received great attentive service from staff but food was a disappointment :(
Went with family for dinner to celebrate Singapore Golden Jubilee. It wasn't the first time we were there, but we were not disappointed with the food and service. We order their French onion soup and it was just simply amongst the best I ever have. Also order Lamb Shank and Braised Beef cheek, and both were serve steaming hot and the meat just peeled from the bones. Excellent! Had also their pork chop, it was charred on the outside and juicy on the inside and it's so goooood. My children loved their mashed potatoes, it was so creamy and smooth.... Will definitely go back again :)
This was our first visit to Bistro du Vin. The service was very good. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. The food was very good as well. My youngest loved the bread very much! My husband had a special fish dish with Sole. One of the staff offered to take the bones out for him which was very nice! My oldest had a mussels special and there were A LOT of them! He enjoyed the sauce very much! We all had dessert and they were all very good. definitely worth a try and we will be back.
Came with family and cousins during lunch hour and really appreciated the lack of a crowd. Service staff was friendly and knowledgeable and the overall vibe was laid back and care-free. Great variety of set lunch offerings at really good prices (about half the dinner prices) and hearty serving sizes to boot. Good feedback from family members all around as we all had the chance to try each of the dishes. some favourites were the Foie Gras, Duck Confit and seriously good French Onion Soup.