The biggest challenge when dining out in Singapore is often choosing where it is that you go – such is the strength of the restaurant scene in the city state – and you’re often spoiled for choice. While the restaurants in this part of the world tend to trend towards Asian cuisine, there are more than enough Western joints with menus that are worth getting excited about, and if you’re looking for French food in Singapore, then you need search no further than Taratata Bistrot on Keong Saik Road on the outskirts of Chinatown. Their menu is packed with French favourites, from charcuterie, pate and onion soup to start, followed by confit duck, steak tartare and boeuf bourguignon and then cheese boards and creme brulee to finish. Reserve a table now and head to Keong Saik for a French feast in Singapore’s Chinatown – you won’t regret it for a second.
Eating French food in Singapore can be a hit and miss affair, with as many top quality restaurants as there are dodgy creperies and stale baguettes. Taratata Bistrot on Keong Saik Road – close to Outram Park MTR and on the edge of Chinatown – offer the very finest in French cuisine in Singapore, and when you make the journey there, it is pretty easy to see why. Go at lunch time to take them up on their set menus for two, three or four courses at a good value price, or come later in the evening to take them up on a full a la carte selection and, of course, their extensive wine list.
The set menus are the star of the show at Taratata Bistrot in Keong Saik, so let us fill you in with a few of the specialities that they have to offer. French onion soup to start, then Gallic classics like escargots with garlic herb butter, rillette and pate and baked Saint Marcellin cheese casserole to start. Seafood fans can try mains such as salmon steak or pan-seared cod, whereas meat lovers will go for grilled steak au poivre, Provencale lamb with white bean stew or veal blanquette stew with carrots, mushrooms and baby onions. Reserve a table for you and your friends at Taratata Bistrot in Keong Saik for one of the best French restaurants in Singapore.