Found on Circular Road in Singapore’s Clarke Quay area, Ô Comptoir is a chic and contemporary reinterpretation of a French creperie. Enjoy a classic French crepe or galette, or go for one of Ô Comptoir’s more unusual options like the Japanese-inspired crepe with tofu and wasabi. As well as serving up creative takes on French favourites, Ô Comptoir is also the only place in the city-state with a collection of French ciders, making it equally as popular for drinks as it is for food. Book a table now!
Combining Parisian charm with trendy, modern aesthetics, Ô Comptoir is a haven for Singapore’s francophiles with its stylish decor complete with suspended light bulbs and pink neon signage of an Oscar Wilde quote creating a hip setting to dine in. Whether it’s for a romantic date in the evening, some weekend brunch, or a sweet treat after spending the afternoon shopping, this cosy bistro at Singapore’s Clarke Quay is the perfect choice.
Go for a classic, like the menage a 3 with emmental cheese, ham and a sunny side egg, or try one of Ô Comptoir’s fusion crepes like the Kao San Road with prawns, tomatoes, garlic, mango chutney and mint. Sweet tooths will be delighted with choices like the salted butter and caramel Normandy Landing crepe as well as options like homemade scones and mini spring rolls filled with nutella. Pair your food with a French cider from Ô Comptoir’s collection for the complete experience – just remember to book in advance to avoid missing out on this charming Clarke Quay eatery!
Good location and good service! We really enjoyed authentic French galettes! Drinks are also very tasty. The price was very reasonable and the atmosphere was very cute for girls gathering.
Friendly servers. Booked for 6pm. Arrived early, about 15mins & was informed that kitchen was not ready... have to wait to place order. Offered us water while we waited. Crepes were delicious as always.
Friendly staff who was patient in sharing the menu with us and recommending choices. Food was also delicious and ambience relaxed and authentic. Will definitely return.
Romantic cafe with excellent service, food and ambience. Tried DOLCE VITA and THE 79 GALETTES, very yummy. We were allowed to change potato in THE 79 to mushrooms, very flexible! Ciders are good, not too strong, worth a try! If you are using Entertainer, you could use the 1 for 1 main course vouchers.
Definitely one of the best French restaurant in Singapore. It is usually not crowded even on weekends however I recommend you to book a table (using apps like Quandoo), you can also give them a call. I went there many times and the food and service never disappointed me. The crêpes and galettes taste absolutely fantastic and they have a good range of wine, beers, and ciders. This is the place to go if you're looking for a calm place with a great ambiance and delicious food!
I come regularly to O'Comptoir as we live very close by and I never was disappointed with the quality of the crepe and desserts that they have. The 79 and Chase the Spices are my all time favorites. Prices are reasonable too. I like very much the staff there as well. Very friendly and always very attentive to each table. Will definitely keep coming!
Our group of 5 visited on a Saturday morning for some crepes and galettes. We were seated in a cozy corner by the friendly manager. The restaurant had a very nice vibe to it and the coffee was great. Galettes were all delicious and tasty. A tip - must try the French ciders here.
This is THE place that I go to for their savoury crepes. Brought 2 colleagues with me and was their first visit. One is from Belgium and the other's husband is French. Both were also impressed with the crepe quality and the service standard and friendly pricing.
I ate curry tasted gallet for lunch and it was awesome. Cidre was good as well. Every thing was excellent. Since I went there on weekends there was no lunch set that I can eat with gallet and that was a little bit sad.
It was a Saturday lunch so the restaurant was not crowded. Service was prompt but not intrusive. My the portions was good and my Spanish guest waa impressed with the crepe and the margarita, so i take his word for it. Will be back for a weekend brunch with the family.