Saturday, October 05, 2013
Had our first dinner at Taratata Bistrot not too long ago.
This bistriot has opened for quite some time over at the ever changing Keong Saik Road which saw many restaurants come and go over the years.
Thanks to the checkered floors, the entire restaurant has a "Parisian" feel to it.
Started off our dinner with the Crab salad with mayonnaise and pomelo. Quite refreshing because of the pomelo. They were rather generous with the crab meat too.
French onion soup - Not too salty, and it was pipping hot. Really hot.
Pan seared foie gras with caramelized pear - No visit to any French restaurant would be complete without having some foie gras.
Ordered a glass of red wine, but find the wine only so-so
Duck confit - The skin is not very crispy, but the duck meat was juicy and flavourful.
Kurobuta pork tenderloin -The pork was a little bit dry, but still acceptable.
Apple pie - We didn't like this dessert. The "crust" was too dry and too much.
35A Keong Saik Road
at 7:30 PM