Friday, April 19, 2013

L'angelus @ Club Street

L'angelus which is located along Club Street, has been serving traditional French food for a long time. We have been here a few years back, and tonight we are back for some hearty French food.

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Upon arrival, the service staff will bring out warm and freshly baked bread rolls. It tasted heavenly with the French butter.

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The restaurant looked empty at 7pm, but it was almost full by 8pm on a weekday night.

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One of their most unique display item is this pigeon hole cabinet. We ordered the very value for money S$52 Fetival Set Menu (valid only from Mon - Thu)

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1st up was the delicious Burgundy snails in clay pot. A little bit salty, but nevertheless very tasty.

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Soup of the day - Pumpkin soup

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Ala carte order of Foie Gras Poele(S$38). The foie gras here is of a very generous serving. Best shared among 3 or 4 diners.

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For the mains , we had the Grilled cod "a la Basquaise". Light and fresh cod fish baked in a tangy tomato gravy with fresh vegetables.

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Beef Stew "a la Provencale" - The beef stew was not as tasty as we had hoped for. The fresh pasta was good though.

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Famous hot chocolate cake - One of their signature dessert. It's actually a lava chocolate cake with pipping hot warm chocolate fudge oozing out from the cake.

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Another ala carte order - Tarte Aux Pommes (S$16). This is again another of their signature dish. Crispy warm apple tart with cold creamy ice-cream. Yums.

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and the Fresh strawberry melba

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Ended our dinner with French tea that comes with crispy macarons.

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One thing I always enjoy looking at here are all the tea cup candle holders. They have different designs and my favourite is the one with famous buildings of Paris.

85 Club Street

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