Young but experienced chef Immanuel ventured into his own stall at a coffeeshop (one block away from Alexandra Village Food Centre) serving top quality French fare, at extremely pocket-friendly prices.

For starters we had homemade charcuterie served with bread.

Duck Rillette

S$7.90

Chicken Liver Pâté with Port Wine

S$7.50

We enjoyed this more than we thought. (Not fans of consuming anything that has to deal with animal innards except goose liver, which they have and is damn delicious.)

Burgundy Escargaots

S$11.90

Juicy snails baked with tomato fondue and garlic herb butter.

Frog

S$12.60

One of my favourite meats prepared the ang moh way – sauteed with shallot, garlic and parsley.

Foie Fras

S$15.40

Generous fatty chunk of pan fried ‘Foie Gras‘ with a sweet fruity treatment of caramelized apple, herb salad and orange gastrique.

Cheese Gratin

S$11.50

Another must-try entrée – mishmash of bacon, onion and potato tucked beneath blankets of warm molten French cheese.

Pork Belly

S$15.40

This dish carries a tad of Japanese influence like belly braised in Kakuni style and egg cooked in the onsen manner. Together with the light potato foam and duxelle of mushroom, how to not say yum?

Sous Vide Chicken Breast

S$12.60

Chicken breast so soft it instantly disintegrates in your mouth.

French Duck Leg Confit

S$14.90

The most popular dish – confit of duck leg served with its own juices, mash and savoy cabbage.

Steak & Fries

S$18

Beef Bourguignon

S$17

Braised beef in red wine with bacon, mushroom and onion.

Everything at Immanuel French Kitchen were hits, literally. There was nothing we could complain except maybe for the travelling distance as North-East-siders, but that’s totally out of point anyway.

Immanuel French Kitchen

Food10
Value10
Service7
9Overall Score

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