French cuisine is known to be rich in history and culture. Watching films like Ratatouille and The Hundred-Foot Journey remind me of my chef days when I had to master the five mother sauces and prepare traditional French classics such as Bœuf bourguignon and Potatoes au Gratin.
L’Angélus was established in 1998 and is Singapore’s oldest single-location traditional French restaurant. They have recently launched a total of 11 new dishes ranging from delectable Entrées to coveted Poissons Et Crustacés, as well as hearty Plats, Entrecôte and À Partager.
L’Angelus exudes a Parisian charm, and is decorated with various French artefacts and vintage posters from ancient times. The restaurant is cosy and romantic, making it an ideal spot for date night.
Let us now take a look at some of the new offerings that L’Angelus has to offer.
Ventrèche en Tartare (S$34)— a classic French dish that has been tweaked by using Japanese bluefin Chutoro (tuna belly) tartare decadently combined with seaweed, home-made seaweed mayo and shallots, and served with bread chips oven-baked with extra virgin olive oil.
Poitrine D’agneau (S$44)— a delectable rack of confit lamb ribs marinated overnight with traditional Moroccan spice mix Ras el Hanout; then sous-vide for 12 hours at 80 degrees celsius and oven-roasted.
Calamars Farcis ($42)— features approximately 300g of locally wild-caught squid, stuffed with couscous infused with preserved lemon, ham and zucchini. The stuffed squid is then pan-roasted with butter and topped with a vibrant Italian-style Romesco sauce and premium ikura.
With so many different exciting new dishes ranging from fresh seafood to quality meats, don’t you want to try them out together with your date?
Be sure to also check out L’Angélus’s 3-course Lunch Set (S$32++)— Mon to Fri, excluding PH eve, PH and Special Occasions and 3-course all-day set menu (S$72++)— daily, excluding PH eve, PH and Special Occasions.
You can make your reservations here.
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