Saturday, 1 June 2013

Taratata Bistrot

 <French Onion Soup>

Large enough for 2 persons to share, the soup was robust and flavoursome. Loved it!

 <Lobster Bisque>

Some lobster bisque that I had before was a little stronger in the alcohol department. This was a little more subtle and should please those who prefer a stronger taste of crustaceans. However, sadly what you get inside the soup are not pieces of lobster, but prawns.

 <Baked Sea Scallops with Morney Sauce and Mushrooms>

Tasty! Not overly creamy or cheesy. The scallops were fresh too. Diners with a small appetite should love this.

 <Grilled Angus Ribeye with Scented Cognac Black Pepper Sauce>

Everything was good, including the fries. Black pepper sauce was surprisingly not overpowering and complimented the tender beef perfectly.

 <Pear and Chocolate Layer Cake served with Pear Sorbet>

The balance of this dessert was spot on. Add little crunch to it and it would have been perfect.

<Grand Marnier Souffle>

Fluffy like a cloud and moist on the inside. This souffle should provide the indulgence needed for anyone.

Ambience - Good
Food - Good
Cost - $80 per pax
Overall - Worth a try

35A Keong Saik Road (Ground Floor), Singapore 089142

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