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Dishing up elegant French haute cuisine without the fuss, Perle Noire are a refreshing presence on the Bedok restaurant scene. It’s a quiet, cosy venue on Upper East Coast Road, and space is very limited. Be sure to book early so you can look forward to a memorable meal of oysters, foie gras, steak, seafood and so much more. Perle Noire offer a high level of dining at a much more reasonable rate than similar French restaurants in Singapore, and it’s hard to be anything other than impressed and satisfied when you eat here – Perle Noire can accommodate groups, so it’s ideal for special occasion dinners and social gatherings.
Had the beef tenderloin. Pretty good - like that its grass-fed. It's grain-fed beef in most restaurants. The seafood capellini is excellent as usual - my fave pasta, considering that I take pasta only if it is really good. (Am minimizing intake of gluten stuff.)
Food took really slow when all other tables that came after ours were served with their main dishes and dessers and even foot the bill. It was difficult to get the service attendants attention as well despite restaurant being only one third filled.
Excellent service, good food and nice setting of the restaurant! Definitely a good place for any kind of celebrations! Special thanks to the waiter for being so attentive the whole evening!
Perle Noire on Upper East Coast Road may well change the way you think of French fine-dining clichés in Singapore. First of all, this is not a stuffy, prim and proper dining hall where you have to worry about whether you’re using the right cutlery or not – nobody will judge you here, because Perle Noire is a quiet, cosy and unpretentious Bedok restaurant that has a casual feel about it and is great for social gatherings, special occasions or family dinners. Perle Noire is also an example of how French fine dining can also be affordable dining, with reasonable prices and generous portions.
Still, we shouldn’t really be talking about the decor and prices of this Bedok French favourite when there is so much delicious food to talk about. Perle Noire is best known around Singapore for their seafood – an impressive selection of Canadian, New Zealand, Australian and Fines de Claire natural live oysters and a 500g baked lobster mornay are particular highlights. There is a lot more to delve into here on Upper East Coast Road, though, so why not try Perle Noire’s pan-fried foie gras with apple chutney, escargots bourguignon with macadamia pesto, herb-crusted rack of New Zealand lamb, duck confit with truffle fries, hand-made cakes, traditional pastas or vibrant, healthy salads?