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4 French Restaurants in Singapore and JB Where You Can Enjoy 1-for-1 Mains with The Entertainer

Joanne Poh

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French food has a reputation for being atas and expensive which, most of the time, it is, at least in Singapore. Most of the French eateries in Singapore are indeed on the pricey side—you’re not going to see French Express or FoieGrasMania chains anytime soon.

But thanks to The Entertainer, you get to have your cake and eat it too. The app gets you 1-for-1 mains at several French restaurants in Singapore, where you can eat your fill without feeling the pinch. Here’s where to go.

 

Praelum Wine Bistro

 

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Praelum Wine Bistro is a cosy wine bar slash wine cellar at Duxton Hill that serves good food and a wide range of wines from Italy, Germany and France. Its location is perfect for corporate professionals who are seeking to wind down at the end of a long work day.

Pair your wine with mains such as Braised Beef Cheeks, Root Vegetables & Forest Mushrooms (S$41.20 nett) and Salmon-En-route, Pastry Wrap with Dill-Tarragon Butter (S$41.20 nett). The bistro is managed by Gerald Lu, the vice chairman of the Sommelier Association of Singapore and two-time National Sommelier Champion.

With The Entertainer’s 1-for-1 mains offer, you can slash the price of your meal even further and enjoy scrumptious French classics for just $20 per pax.

Address: 4 Duxton Hill​​, Singapore 089590

Tel: 6238 5287

 

Napoleon Food & Wine Bar

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Despite the name, Napoleon does not fall short, at least not when it comes to their food and wine menus. While they are first and foremost a wine specialist, they’ve got some decent snacks that you can have with your wine.

The Entertainer gets you 1-for-1 on mains and a platter, so get a cheese platter ($8/$18/$32 for S/M/L) or cold cuts platter ($8/$18/$32 for S/M/L) to share.

Address: 206 Telok Ayer St

Tel: 6221 9282

 

Stamford Brasserie

Stamford Brasserie

Stamford Brasserie opened in Swissotel in the middle of 2018, offering a beautiful industrial chic space where you can enjoy scrumptious meals by head chef Tryson Quek. The open kitchen concept allows you to look in on the action, where the chefs and cooks make dishes from scratch.

Mains include traditional shepherd’s lamb pie, country style ragout and prawn toast, all of which you can enjoy 1-for-1 with The Entertainer app.

Address: 2 Stamford Rd Swissotel The Stamford Level 1, 178882

Tel: 6431 6156

 

Tropique Cafe and Restaurant 

Tropique Cafe and Restaurant

For true savings, however, you’d have to head to Johor Bahru. While one doesn’t typically associate Johor Bahru with atas French food, it’s probably because you have not visited Tropique Cafe and Restaurant yet.

The restaurant is housed in an airy shophouse with large ceiling windows and clean aesthetics. As you look out to the greenery and wide open carpark outside, you can enjoy main courses such as Cassoulet, a mixed Bean Stew, deconstructed shepherd’s pie and a salmon sashimi Poke Bowl. If you’re feeling like pasta, you can choose from Scallop Laksta (laksa/pasta) or Quail Egg Carbonara.

Address: Lot D, Jalan Ekoflora 1, Taman Ekoflora, 81100 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia

Tel: +60 12-547 7886

Don’t have The Entertainer yet? Get your subscription to enjoy 1-for-1 at top restaurants and cafes!

What is your favourite French restaurant in Singapore? Share your recommendations in the comments!

Image credits:
Saveur, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar, The Stamford Brasserie, Tropique Cafe and RestaurantCover Photo: O Comptoir SG

 

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Joanne Poh

In my previous life, I was a property lawyer who spent most of my time struggling to get out of bed or stuck in peak hour traffic. These days, as a freelance commercial writer, I work in bed, on the beach, in parks and at cafes, all while being really frugal. I like helping other people save money so they can stop living lives they don't like.