Merci Marcel Club Street Singapore is the sophomore space from the team behind this iconic French cafe, restaurant and wine bar. With the first located in Tiong Bahru, the Club Street location is fast-becoming a favourite for Singaporeans in search of an aesthetically pleasing space to tuck into some seriously delicious modern French cuisine. And what’s not to love, really? The interior is filled with natural light, plants and bespoke furniture which matches Merci Marcel’s exciting menu just perfectly. Whether you’re visiting to eat cheese, look at art, sample some wine or to take a look at the boutique full of artisanal brands before dining, this restaurant and cafe has got you covered. A hub of gourmet food, fine drinks and lifestyle products, this space provides the perfect noon-to-night venue. Located along Club Street, Merci Marcel is a popular one so booking ahead is essential to avoid disappointment.
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Excellent food and accommodating to dietary restrictions. This really made our meal
Merci Marcel Club Street offers 1,250 square feet of alluring decor that we’re quite certain you’re going to fall in love with. Boasting both indoor and alfresco dining spaces, expect to find a light-filled venue with black and grey terrazzo tiles, gold features and a Rick Smith piece paying homage to Serge Gainsbourg. It’s honestly dreamy. All of this is set against the green plant life by John Lim and wooden furnishings we mentioned above, as well as rattan light fixtures and Marcel Breuer-inspired furniture. All of which, matches the divine modern French dishes that have made Merci Marcel a firm fixture on the Singapore dining scene.
In terms of the Merci Marcel Club Street menu, you’ll find a range of dishes that truly invigorate the senses. Organised into three sections, Merci Marcel offers a rotating cheese menu, main dishes and a menu designed to be shared. This French restaurant in Singapore literally suits everyone. Some favourites include the ravioles de royans a French dumpling pasta filled with Tête de Moine cheese; organic snapper ceviche and the signature duck rillettes. Be sure to also keep a close eye on the Mercia Marcel Club Street drinks list, where you’ll find a carefully curated wine list, cocktails, beer and more. A favourite in Singapore with very good reason, head to this Club Street French restaurant, bar and boutique armed with a reservation – you’ll certainly need it!