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A fresh new face in Singapore’s dining scene, Le Bistrot de l'Olive serves up a dazzling array of bistro-style French and Mediterranean food that’s also 100% certified halal. Located in the V Hotel Bencoolen in Bugis, Le Bistrot de l'Olive is ideally placed for inner-city breakfasts, brunches, and lunches. While French dishes are writ large, you can expect a variety of Mediterranean flavours to tempt you from the regularly changed a la carte menu – Greek, Lebanese, and Italian in particular.
good service. a different type of cuisine compared to the typical ones found in sg
The food was tasty and healthy. We enjoyed the pita bread, hummus and chicken kebabs. The service was good and the manager even gave us some Mediterranean chilli to bring home when he knew that we love it.
Great food at good prices. I was pleasantly surprised by the various choices (mediterranean, french). Shame about all the construction work on all sides of the hotel, but the food made it worth the trip. Went with work colleagues and everyone was very happy.
Soupes, salades, entrees, and plats du jour. These are the first things you see on the menu when you take a seat at Singapore’s Le Bistrot de l'Olive, a new French and Mediterranean bistro in the V Hotel Bencoolen, amidst the action in arty Bugis. Try the classic homemade onion soup or creme de champignons for starters, accompanied by an equally classic fresh French salad – or perhaps Lebanese hummus or tabbouleh if it’s your lucky Lebanese day.
Carnivores will get a kick from Le Bistrot de l'Olive’s special steaks – recettes de boeuf a la Francaise – premium and mouth-wateringly marbled Angus or Wagyu beef with buttered fried French beans, potato gratin and bordelaise sauce. Diners at this Singapore bistro down Bugis’ Bencoolen Street might also find a rotisserie chicken doing the rounds, and one would certainly be remiss if they left Le Bistrot de l'Olive without sampling the exquisite creme brulee for dessert.