Nicolas Le Restaurant

This cosy restaurant is nestled in the Bukit Pasoh conservation area which is full of historical and unique architecture.

I like this restaurant as the chef is always smiley and friendly. There is absolutely no airs about him. He personally greets patrons and bothers to answer their questions personally. Service overall has always been good.

We were there on a Saturday evening and there was no ala carte option. The degustation set costs $98 or $188 per person, $188 with wine pairing (both prices exclude tax and service charge). We went for the set with wine pairing. And I must say, the food and wines were great! IMG_7349.JPG

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The yummy bread tasted citrusy and the french butter was oh so good!

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We were also given some duck rillette as appetizer

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1st course started with a Champagne

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2nd course… This wine was the star of the night. I loved how it tasted.

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3rd course

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4th course

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5th course

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6th course – from the left, plum soup in shot glass, chocolate cake, passionfruit mango ice cream

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Nicolas Le Restaurant

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