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More about the restaurant: L'Angelus
L’Angelus in Singapore was established in 1998 and is the oldest single-location French restaurant in the city. Its dedication to exceptional food, as well as its exclusive French wine list, has earned it its spot in history – and a number of awards to go alongside. Located on Club Street in Chinatown, you’ll love the Parisian-style decor and warm, inviting atmosphere – and of course the famous L’Angelus French onion soup. So whether you want to sit back and listen to soft jazz with a glass of wine in the bar, or enjoy a fully fledged meal indulging in some of the best French fare in Singapore, a reservation at L’Angelus is always a good idea.
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How to make a great restaurant: First you take a fantastic location in a busy part of the city. Then, mix in high quality, fresh ingredients, dedication to consistency, authenticity and excellent service, before garnishing with inviting decor. Making it sure it pairs well with French wines. Or at least that’s what has gone into making L’Angelus an award-winning restaurant for the last 20 years. Located in Singapore’s Chinatown, there’s a whole lot to love about this charming restaurant. Chef extraordinaire Ken, along with his talented team, pride themselves on providing the quintessential French dining experience that you won’t want to miss.
Delight in dishes such as creme d'asperge au crabe cream of asparagus with crab meat and filet de bar ròti, beurre d’anchois et sauce salsa aux olives pan-seared sea bass served with anchovy butter and olive salsa. For the vegetarians among us, L’Angelus also offers a dedicated vegetarian menu which includes the mouthwatering spaghetti aux champignons sauvages aux chipotle fumé, asperges vertes et blanches wild mushroom spaghetti with smoked chipotle and green and white asparagus. L’Angelus is located on Club Street in Chinatown and is a must if you’re in Singapore. Bookings are essential.