La Brasserie

Raffles PlaceFrench, Eat & Drink, European$$$$
25 Reviews
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About La Brasserie

Another coup for The Fullerton Hotel family in Singapore, La Brasserie joins the clutch of restaurants and bars at the water’s edge along Collyer Quay to offer a classic French bistro dining experience in an intimate, stylish setting that is itself a marvel of architectural design. Dine indoors and enjoy the view out over Marina Bay through grand floor-to-ceiling glazing, or choose to sit alfresco on the terrace if you’ve embarked on a romantic rendezvous or are need an impressive setting for a business lunch. Both the set dinner and a la carte menus are supported by a peerless cellar stocking some 800 sommelier-selected wines. A popular venue close to Raffles Place, bookings are essential.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm


La Brasserie
80 Collyer Quay
Singapore 049326

Menu Highlights



Endive and Apple Salad

Fourme d'Ambert, Walnut Vinaigrette

Sautéed Prawns and Chorizo

White Wine Sauce, Pine Nuts

Tuna Nicoise

Yellow Fin Tuna, Confit Tomatoes, Sof-boiled Eggs, Potatoes, Peppers, Herbs Pistou

Hokkaido Scallop Gratin

Melted Leek Fondue


Saturday Brunch with Create-your-own-Bloody-Mary station: 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m (Last pour at 2.45 p.m.)

• $68* with selections of soft drinks and juices
• $99* with free flow Bloody Mary, wine, beer, juice and soft drinks
• $138* with free flow of Veuve Clicquot

Sunday Brunch with Create-your-own-Bloody-Mary station: 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m (Last pour at 2.45 p.m.)

• $98* with selections of soft drinks
• $138* with free flow of Veuve Clicquot
• $168* with free flow of Ruinart ‘Blanc de Blanc


Wagyu Beef Burger

Gruyere Cheese, Caramelised Onions, House Fries

Supreme De Canard Confit

Confit of Duck, Beluga Lentils, Crisp Salad

Carre D'agneau Roti

Herb-crusted Slow-roasted Lamb Rack, Roasted Shallots, Rosemary Jus

Steak and Frites

220g Wagyu Beef Entrecote, "Cafe de Paris" Sauce


Oven-Charred Eggplant

Sauteed Crepes, baby Spinach, Pumpkin Sauce

Morels Risotto

Forest Mushroom Ragout, Herbs, Soft-poached Organic Egg



Warm Chocolate Sauce, Chantilly Cream

Peach Melba

Poached Peach, Vanilla Ice Cream, Raspberry Sauce

Ivory Mango and Passion Fruit Lava Cake

Yuzu Pearls and Raspberry Sorbet

Tarte Tatin

Vanilla Ice Cream (for 2 to 4 persons)
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Main Menu

Ala Carte Menu


Beverage Menu


Armoured Delights Promo Menu


More about La Brasserie, Singapore

Dear diners, please note that for alternative dining experiences, kindly reserve at The Landing Point, The Clifford Pier or Lantern Rooftop Bar.

Set and setting are as important to a sophisticated meal as the food itself, and La Brasserie hasn’t skimped on the details in this respect. In order to underscore the restaurant’s menu of world-class but refreshingly understated French bistro-style cuisine on offer, La Brasserie called upon the designer responsible for the interiors of Singapore’s Fullerton Bay Hotel in Raffles Place, to work his magic on its Collyer Quay premises. Andre Fu is one of the world’s foremost architects and designers, and his signature sense of ‘relaxed luxury’ – an ethos entirely in tune with the casual fine dining style this restaurant takes – is everywhere in evidence, with elegant, ivory-colored French panels, bold, oaken herringbone flooring, and a palette of warm grey, burnt orange and dark aubergine rendering the perfect backdrop to a Francophile’s dream dinner.

La Brasserie’s menu is a finely curated selection of French cuisine du soleil classics that feature lighter Mediterranean touches and flavours divided among starters, soups and pasta dishes, speciality seafood, meat dishes from the butcher’s block, sharing platters, and hearty main courses. The restaurant’s food, service, ambiance, and unique approach to detail and decor evoke elegance well-suited to business lunches, stylish steak dinners, as well as convivial weekend brunches with the family. Request for a table in one of its spacious salons or in the private room – all built with 10 metre-high windows – or at the al fresco terrace, where you can take in the beautiful hue of a glowing sunset over fantastic food, wine, and hospitality. Round this lavish feast off with your choice of a well-loved French dessert and you have is an upscale dining experience in one of Singapore’s finest restaurants located in the historical Fullerton Heritage district, close to Raffles Place MRT station. Reserve ahead at La Brasserie for the best seats.

25 La Brasserie Reviews

25 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Good value
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KAH CHUAN L.a month ago · 1 review

Food selection of sunday brunch was good. There was a Gin and Whiskey stations for you to make your own G&T, whiskey/bourbon cocktails. Service staffs were good and they made sure that your glasses were always filled.

ginny h.5 months ago · 11 reviews

The portion was big and we are so full with 3 courses set! The duck confit is excellent ^^

James N.a year ago · 19 reviews

As expected. Good service good food will try again. Thks

Benjamin C.a year ago · 5 reviews

The food and service were great. Did not like the noise from outside when the automated sliding door opens as it affects the atmosphere within the restaurant.

Kimberly N.6 months ago · 8 reviews

Dining at La Brasserie is always an enjoyable intimate experience. Service is excellent - they give you enough space for conversations, but are never inattentive. Food was yummy & well paced. I was slightly disappointed with the dessert. The creme brûlée texture was firmer than it should have been (somewhat like a pudding). But the other courses make up for it. Overall, an enjoyable dinner.

Tham S.a year ago · 2 reviews

My girlfriend and I were there for 2018Valentine’s Day dinner. We both love the ambience, the interior decoration with the high ceiling, and the view overlooking the Marina Bay. However we both felt that our mains were not up to standard. My beef was underwhelming, while her fish was overcooked and dry. To be fair, the kitchen was probably overworked given that it was a full house of couples that night. What was lacking in the food aspect was at least compensated by the warm and polite service that night. In all, my review won’t be a fair judge in terms of the taste of food but I can surely vouch for the scenic view of Marina Bay, and the lovely ambience of the restaurant.

Pheuron T.a year ago · 1 review

It was a birthday dinner for my fiance, and we ordered one 3-course-dinner at $69, and ala carte French Onion Soup, the signature Lobster and scallop carpaccio, and a cider+Galette set. Much to our surprise, the food here comes in quite a big portion. We had food coma halfway through the dinner. A complimentary rainbow cake was served too at the end of the meal, which was a delightful surprise. THough we were so full we're unable to finish the cake and the petit four later. Beautiful location and smart casual environment.

Douelle Z.5 months ago · 1 review

Since we moved to this area early this year, we go to La Brassiere for brunch or dinner regularly during the weekends. Food are sensational, and all the staff are attentive with excellent service. I would say we really appreciate and had great experiences there!

Cecilia K.a year ago · 2 reviews

Food and ambience were good but service needs improvement. That evening they seemed to be short handed to manage the Saturday evening crowd. We informed the staff that we would like to order another glass of wine when our main course arrived but they did not bring the wine even when we finished the meal. So

Jamie C.7 months ago · 2 reviews

Came here for a birthday lunch, and it was good friendly service even if they got slightly mixed up at times. Mostly a business lunch crowd from what I can see, but the food I ordered was good if somewhat pricey. The steak frites ordered by my fiancé was completely forgettable though, alas.