Tuesday, 1 October 2013


Poulet, a modern French-themed bistro serving affordable french dishes, is getting quite popular recently. With a total of five outlets in Singapore, what does that lead you to? Let's see...

There was a queue when I reached, but I had my butt rested in less than 15 minutes. But even if you are in the queue, your time is not wasted! You can easily grab a menu to decide on your food, and also look at what's on other diner's table :D

Saucisson ($6.80). Grilled French garlic and pork sausages served with their home-made black mission fig marmalade. The sausages are pretty juicy, and one of the sauce seems what like wasabi, but the black mission fig is sweet as it should be!

Braise de Poulet ($13.80). Stew-cooked chicken leg with potato, onion, garlic and leek in white wine sauce. The soup is refreshing, and the chicken meat is tender :)

Poulet Rosti (half chicken for $15.80, and whole chicken for $28.80). This is the signature dish in Poulet, and if you are a "chicken-lover", you should try this! The chicken is brined for a full day and slow roasted till skin turns golden brown, and added with their home-made mushroom chardonnay sauce.

I had the half chicken, and I simply love their creamy mushroom chardonnay sauce, which is a nice combination with their chicken rosti :9

Caramelised Apple in Puffy Tart ($7.80). Baked caramelised granny smith apple and almond paste in puffy tart served with vanilla ice cream. Liked this dessert, although the caramelised apple is a little sweety. But smudged it with the ice cream, it's just yummy!

Other than their signature Poulet Rosti, I realized most diners also had the Tiramisu for dessert. It comes in a rather chilled medium-sized jar. Pretty interesting, I would say. 

Their two-paged menu is absolutely more than sufficient to make you visit them again... Don't believe? Try it!


201 Victoria Street
#04-12 Bugis+
Singapore 188067

Tel: (65) 6509 9411

Opening Hours
Mon - Sun: 1130 - 2130 hours

1 comment:

  1. I visited Poulet at Jurong Point today. It is the worst restaurant I've been to in a long time. The escargots were hard, the chicken was limp. Note, a "half-chicken" at Poulet ($17+) is smaller than one piece at KFC. Of course this is a restaurant but you can decide whether this is an acceptable standard of advertising. "Half chick" would have been a fitting description. I now know why Poulet was empty at 7pm, while Swensens adjacent had a queue.

    FYI the wasabi-like sauce served with saucisson is dijon mustard.