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.
Upon arrival, the service staff will bring out warm and freshly baked bread rolls. It tasted heavenly with the French butter.
The restaurant looked empty at 7pm, but it was almost full by 8pm on a weekday night.
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)
1st up was the delicious Burgundy snails in clay pot. A little bit salty, but nevertheless very tasty.
Soup of the day - Pumpkin soup
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.
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.
Beef Stew "a la Provencale" - The beef stew was not as tasty as we had hoped for. The fresh pasta was good though.
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.
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.
and the Fresh strawberry melba
Ended our dinner with French tea that comes with crispy macarons.
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
at 2:00 PM