Tucked away down Boon Tat Street in Singapore’s Raffles Place, Sorrel is a gourmet bistro offering fine dining in a casual setting. This chic concept restaurant takes its name from the herb known for its fresh and clean flavour, and fresh and clean is exactly what you’ll get at Sorrel, from the elegant decor right down to the delectable yet uncomplicated international cuisine on offer on the restaurant’s refined menu.
Lovely food in a funky environment. It was a bit hard to visualise the food from the extremely sparse menu descriptions (which is why we didn't take the three course set menu but went a la carte). But the food is really awesome. We had the wagyu beef and short ribs for mains, and they were nothing but delicious. They didn't have a wine list (something about changing their concept) but the recommendations from our server were spot on. Unfortunately there was only one other table occupied on the Monday night we were there which felt a little lonely. Overall highly recommended.
With its sleek and modern decor, chandeliers and contemporary artwork adorning the walls, Sorrel is an upmarket take on a casual bistro, located on Boon Tat Street in Singapore’s Raffles Place. Headed by esteemed young chef Johnston Teo, the menu is small but perfectly curated. Begin with some pea soup with mint and bacon, the foie gras with macadamia and figs or some confit squid. Sorrel’s main course menu features gourmet takes on classic international dishes, like the roast chicken served with heirloom carrots and pearl onion, mushroom pasta with black truffle, and braised beef short ribs with polenta and brussel sprouts.
Afterwards, we suggest opting for some kiwi blue cheese with mulled wine and comice pear, the perfect end to your meal at Sorrel. Also offering set lunchtime meals, Sorrel is a popular choice for anytime of the day in Singapore’s Raffles Place. Sorrel is known to get busy – make a reservation in advance to guarantee a table.