Offering exquisite modern French fine cuisine and a truly transcendent dining experience, the multi-award-winning, two Michelin-starred Odette is unquestionably one of Singapore’s finest and most elegant restaurants.
Housed within the National Gallery, this airy and sophisticated eatery is helmed and owned by legendary French chef Julien Royer and fully deserves every ounce of critical acclaim it has received.
Designed by Sacha Leong of Universal Design Studio, the art-filled interior perfectly mirrors the chef’s culinary approach with a blend of sumptuous seating and elegant, timeless décor that respectfully honours the timeless historic building.
In a charmingly sentimental touch, Odette is the name of Chef Julien’s grandmother and, as he states, everything he creates in his kitchen is made in her honour. “I owe everything that I am to my family, especially my grandmother, Odette,” says Julien. “She showed me how the most remarkable dishes can come from the purest ingredients and taught me the importance of adding that ‘little something’ to create dishes that excite the palate and fill the heart.”
Guided by this lifelong respect for seasonality, terroir and artisanal produce, Chef Julien works with some of the world’s best boutique producers to bring to the table his refined and delightfully presented dishes.
Discerning diners are invited to indulge their gastronomic senses with a choice of seasonal degustation menus including four courses for lunch and six and eight courses at dinner, complemented by a selection of delicate canapés and one of Singapore’s most impressive wine lists.
- Teppanyaki Seared Foie Gras with Lemon Quinoa and Ichigo
- Hokkaido Uni Mozambique Langoustine Tartare
- Lemon Tea Tart
Exquisite Taste March – May 2019