Since 2007, relive the old days of Singapore at Nicolas Le Restaurant, housed in a conservation area known as the Bukit Pasoh Conservation Area.
Flanked by restored pre-war shophouses in art-deco architectural styles, watch the world go by at culture-rich Keong Saik Street as you savour the offerings served up by sought-after French chef Nicolas Joanny.
Founded in 2007 by Chef Nicolas Joanny, after years of experience in Michelin Star restaurants in France, Italy and Singapore.
Creativity, freshness and quality are what Nicolas believes in. Hence he creates a new "Tasting Menu" at SGD 98++ every two weeks according to the season and his inspirations.
For gourmets looking for a total immersion in Nicolas' creativity, a special 8-course dinner at SGD 128++ ("Surprise Menu") will be designed for you and for the entire table.
Originally from south of France, Nicolas Joanny was graduated from Culinary Institute in Burgundy, Chateau Chinon, at the age of 17. He started his career in a 2-Michelin Star restaurant, "La Barbacane Restaurant", in Southwest of France, working under the charismatic Chef Michel Del Burgo.
After 2 years, he moved to Belgium where he worked for another 2-Michelin Star restaurant, "La Cusine Des Anges”. Like many young and promising chefs, Nicolas moved to the city of Paris for 4 years. In Paris, he worked in the top-notched restaurants like Taillevent (3-Michelin Star) and Le Vivarois (2-Michelin Star). He was later selected to be one of the private chefs of the ex-French Prime Minister, Mr Alain Juppe.
In 1997, Nicolas took up a great challenge; he went to work as a sous chef in "The Palazzo Sasso", a newly opened boutique hotel in Southern Italy. He proved himself in the gastronomy world when the restaurant was awarded 2-Michelin Star within 2 years since the opening.
Knowing that the time was right for him to become a Chef De Cuisine and with his interest in Asia country, Nicolas moved to "The Duxton Hotel" the famous boutique property in Singapore. There Nicolas’ style of cuisine was very well-received, so much so that he was recognized at the World Gourmet Summit. After 2 years in The Duxton Hotel, he moved to the "Intermezzo Restaurant," where he was rated 10 out of 10 (highest possible rating) by the Tatler Guide, for two consecutive years.
Nicolas’s style of cuisine is traditionally French with great usage of products from the Provence. No Cream, just natural jus and emulsion. He understands and respects the natural flavors of each ingredient that he uses to create traditional seasonally changing French menu.
Tuesday to Friday from 12pm - 2pm
Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm - 10pm
Nearest Mrt: Outram Park EW16 / NE3
Opp Blk 333 - Stop ID 05241: 80 / 145
Aft Kreta Ayer Rd - Stop ID 05259: 61 / 166 / 197