A new fine-dining French restaurant has launched in Singapore. Claudine Restaurant is the sister eatery of both three-starred Odette in Singapore, and one-starred Louise in Hong Kong. Owned by Michelin-starred chef Julien Royer.
Royer brings his roots from Cantal in France to his restaurants. In fact, Odette and Louise eateries are named after his grandmothers. Meanwhile, Claudine is named after his mother.
Located at Dempsey Hill, Claudine is based in a former 1930s military chapel. The heritage building carefully preserves the stained-glass windows and chapel architecture. However, it has be redesigned with a vibrant open kitchen, modern bar and light décor.
In a relaxed atmosphere, indulge on a range of glorious French dishes with an added Southeast Asian touch. Excitingly, recipes take inspiration from both Royer’s personal home-cooking favourites and other French classics.
For instance, customers will adore highlights like steak tartare, onion soup, dumplings with Mozambique langoustine and sugar snap peas, classic Vol-Au-Vents, to name a few.
Additionally, charcuterie boards and shared platters are popular here. Such as, Kampot Pepper Steak Flambe with bone marrow and frites or Claudine Bouillabaise featuring seafood like Singaporean favourite prawn heads. Both cost $158.
Equally, dessert enthusiasts will enjoy the Baked Alaska with chestnut, pear and ginger, or the Pariterole with pecan praline, vanilla and dark chocolate, to name a few.
Whether it be lunch or dinner, expect to be treated to the most delicious French affair at Claudine in Singapore. For bookings, visit the Claudine Restaurant website.
📍 39C Harding Rd, Singapore 24954