Saturday, October 05, 2013

Taratata Bistrot @ Keong Saik Road


Had our first dinner at Taratata Bistrot not too long ago.

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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.

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Thanks to the checkered floors, the entire restaurant has a "Parisian" feel to it.

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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.

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French onion soup - Not too salty, and it was pipping hot. Really hot.

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Pan seared foie gras with caramelized pear - No visit to any French restaurant would be complete without having some foie gras.

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Ordered a glass of red wine, but find the wine only so-so

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Duck confit - The skin is not very crispy, but the duck meat was juicy and flavourful.

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Kurobuta pork tenderloin -The pork was a little bit dry, but still acceptable.

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Apple pie - We didn't like this dessert. The "crust" was too dry and too much.


Taratata Bistrot
35A Keong Saik Road


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