Brasserie Gavroche

Tanjong PagarFrench$$$$
Excellent
5.3/6
21 Reviews
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About Brasserie Gavroche

For foodies with a careful eye, Singapore can appear like Paris on a good day, especially if you keep a garlicky Gallic nose out for French-style cafes and restaurants in among Tanjong Pagar’s warren of streets. Among the many French dining possibilities in the city, Brasserie Gavroche is exemplary for its perfectly tuned sense of the authentic French brasserie’s look and feel. The restaurant’s effortlessly chic premises down Tras Street are matched by a stunning menu put together by head chef and owner Frederic Colin, using recipes gleaned from his grandfather Henri’s vast archive. Indeed, Brasserie Gavroche’s success has spawned a smaller cafe just a few doors down, Cafe & Bar Gavroche. Book for bonhomie now!

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 11:30 am
Wednesday
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Thursday
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Saturday
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Sunday
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Monday
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Tuesday
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Address

Brasserie Gavroche
66 Tras Street
Singapore 079005

Menu Highlights

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Appetizers

Soupe à l’oignon, recette de Grand-Père Henri

Grandpa Henri’s traditional onion soup
$16.00

Rémoulade de king crab, haricots verts et fromage blanc

King crab with green beans and fromage blanc vinaigrette
$28.00

6 Huîtres “Majestic” de Jacques Cocollos

Half-dozen “Majestic” oysters by Jacques Cocollos
$42.00
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Mains

Onglet à l’échalote et pommes de terre sautées

Hanger steak, shallot confit and roasted potatoes
$34.00

Saint-Jacques poêlées, épinards et cèpes, jus de champignons

Pan-seared scallops, spinach and porcini, mushroom jus
$38.00

Steak frites et sauce Béarnaise

Ribeye with Béarnaise sauce and French fries
$48.00
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Desserts

Macaron au citron et framboises fraîches

Lemon macaroon and fresh raspberries
$15.00

Tarte Tatin

Upside-down apple tart with vanilla ice cream
$15.00

Marquise au chocolat et crème anglaise

Chocolate mousse cake with vanilla sauce
$15.00

More about Brasserie Gavroche, Singapore

It’s as is chef-owner Frederic Colin has brought a chromatograph of fin de siecle Parisian street culture to life at his fabulously raffish Brasserie Gavroche down Tanjong Pagar’s restaurant-packed Tras Street. A long carved and polished wooden bar, complete with brass beer taps and a mirrored backbar stacked with impeccably chosen French vintages, tiled floors, white tablecloth-topped tables and leather banquettes, and the ephemera of a life as a French restaurateur plucked from Colin’s grand pere Henri’s collections of photographs and curios set the scene for one of Singapore’s most authentic French dining experiences.

And, as a French brasserie proper, the price tag attached to a simple meal, quick drink and a snack with friends, or a more ornate restaurant sitting won’t have your turning up your nose, either. Be sure to pore over Brasserie Gavroche’s long wine list, and don’t shy from asking the wait staff to help you match your choice of courses with a glass or two plucked from the very best of French wineries. All aspects of typical French brasserie cuisine are represented on the menu, from cold and warm appetisers, salads, meat and fish main courses – not to mention delectable desserts and a classic French fromagerie sampler. Highlights at this Tanjong Pagar brasserie include the half dozen Majestic oysters by Jacques Cocollos, the king crab with green beans and a white cheese vinaigrette, a classic Nicoise salad, confit duck and the ribeye steak with Bearnaise sourced from grass-fed Irish Angus stock, and grandfather Henri’s special fish quenelles with crayfish sauce. Be sure to book well in advance lest you have to relocate to the nearby Cafe & Bar Gavroche!

21 Brasserie Gavroche Reviews

Excellent
5.3/6
21 Reviews
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Good value
Atmosphere:Excellent
Food:Outstanding
Service:Excellent
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Sharon L.a year ago · 148 reviews

Nice ambience. Easy to locate, food not bad. Reasonable price