Thursday, June 23, 2022

L'Angelus @ Club Street - Elevates The French Dining Experience With A New Menu


Known for its top quality authentic French cuisine, L'Angelus at Club Street launched a delicious line-up of new dishes to their grand menu. Though the restaurant has been around since 1998, this is my first time visiting it. I am so looking forward to my dinner after hearing so many good reviews of their food.

Ventrèche en Tartare 4.2/5

Starting our meal is the Ventreche en Tartare ($34++), giving the classic tartare a Japanese take in the use of Japanese blue fin tuna belly, decadently combined with nori, homemade seaweed mayo and shallots, paired with crispy bread chips over-baked with extra virgin olive oil.

Oeufs Meurettes 4.2/5

The Oeufs Meurettes ($24++) is a hearty and comforting dish, comprising of 2 poached eggs, wild mushrooms, pancetta, red wine reduction and croutons. It remembers me of our local soft boiled eggs breakfast. I am craving for some bread to soak up that delicious sauce. It is also available as a option on the Three-Course All-Day Set Menu ($72) but it only comes with one poached egg.

Carpaccio de Saint Jacques 4.2/5

Another beautiful entree choice on the Three-Course All-Day Set Menu ($72) is the Carpaccio de Saint Jacques comprising thinly sliced Hokkaido scallop,topinambour purée, black truffle vinaigrette and pickled radish. I enjoyed the refreshing touch from the pickled radish that freshen the palate with each mouth bite.

Calamars Farcis 4.8/5

One of my favourite dish for the night is the Calamars Farcis ($42). The wild-caught squid is stuffed with couscous infused with preserved lemon, rosette and zucchini. It is then pan-roasted with butter for that extra lift in flavour, further topped with a vibrant Italian-style Romesco sauce and premium ikura.

La Légine 4.2/5

Another beautiful dish on the menu is the La Legine ($52) glazed with miso and sake-mirin reduction. The gorgeous Patagonian toothfish is paired in a sweet bafun uni butter sauce, complete with French beetroot and crispy wheat pastry.

Yugo Wagyu MS7 4.2/5

Moving from the sea to the land, we have the priced Yugo Wagyu MS7 ($92, 200g), an award-winning Australian full-blood ribeye boasting a marbling score of 6-7. The impressive cut is tender and juicy, paired with seasonal vegetable and pomme puree.

Crepe Suzette 3.5/5

The dessert that makes every heads in the dining hall turn is the Crepe Suzette ($26++). The dessert is prepared tableside, cooked i homemade orange syrup and flambeed with the classic Grand Marnier. A scoop of vanilla ice cream completes the treat.

Lavender Crème Brûlée 4/5

Last but not least, we ended out meal with the Lavender Creme Brulee ($16). The cream brulee is fragranted with lavender buds, complemented by the sourish rhubarb puree for a balanced and enjoyable finish, accompanied by a piece of homemade sable Breton (shortbread).


Note: This is an invited tasting.

85 Club Street
Singapore 069453
Tel: +65 62256897
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (DT Line), Chinatown (DT Line, NE Line), Maxwell (TE Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 12pm - 230pm, 6pm - 1030pm
Sat: 6pm - 1030pm
(Closed on Sun)

1) Alight at Telok Ayer MRT station. Take Exit A. Turn left and walk down Cross Street. Turn left onto Amoy Street. Continue to the end of Amoy Street. Climb the stairs beside Siang Cho Keong Temple, up Ann Siang Hill. Walk to destination. Journey time about 12 minutes. [Map]

2) Alight at Maxwell MRT station. Take Exit 1. Walk down South Bridge Road towards Ann Siang Road. Turn right onto Ann Siang Road. Walk down Ann Siang Road. Turn left onto Club Street. Walk to destination. Journey time about 4 minutes. [Map]

3) Alight at Chinatown MRT station. Take Exit A. Walk down Pagoda Street to South Bridge Road. Cross the road and turn right. Walk down South Bridge Road. Turn left onto Ann Siang Hill and then left onto Club Street. Walk to destination. Journey time about 10 minutes. [Map]

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