Le Comptoir is like le place for le crêpes – and we’re talking about authentic French crêpes by French people. Donning a light and chic look by day and vibrant and chill atmosphere by night, it’s hard to miss this corner restaurant/bar along Circular Road.

Apple Pink Dry Cider + Pear Dry Cider

S$8 + S$7

Refined smooth ciders accompanied by great music.

Ham & Cheese, Prosciutto & Pears, Chicken & Lemon, Smoked Duck & Orange

S$23

These bite-sized crêpes comes in a platter of ingeniously shapes (mini samosas, rolls and tartines) and are available in either sweet or savoury, which makes them perfect to share before or after meal.

Ménage à 5

S$16

Ménage à trios in French means threesome, so you can say that ‘Ménage à 5‘ is like a “fivesome” of the five most classic ingredients a crêpe can ever have – Emmental cheese, ham, egg, mushrooms and tomatoes. The beautifully browned crêpe batter is made of buckwheat flour which has a lovely slight bitter aftertaste.

However being traditional didn’t stop the chefs from exploring a myriad of fusion flavours, and some that instantly caught our eyes were namely, ‘Vietnam Calling (Vietnamese ‘Kao San Road,’ ‘Kanpai!’ ASIANS ha!

Kao San Road

S$20

Boy were we surprised that this Thai-inspired flavour was carried off well – pan-fried prawns, tomatoes, garlic, soya mango chutney and mint.

For desserts, you can end off with more (wheat) crêpes in sweet style.

PS I Love You

S$14

Elegantly paired with a mini glass of champagne.

Mademoiselle

S$14

Love their monthly special crêpe crowned with Mascarpone cheese and fresh berries.

Le Comptoir

Food9
Ambience9.5
Value8
Service7.5
8.5Overall Score

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