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As we devour through plates after plates of food, each came with interesting flavour combinations and textures.

From the iconic Cedar Jelly and Foie Gras Toast ($18, 2 pcs), that melts in your mouth the moment it touches your tongue, to the widely acclaimed Beef Tongue and Gribiche Sandwich ($26), the restaurant certainly lived up to expectations. Other highlights include their popular Whole Globe Artichoke with Vinaigrette and Aioli ($24), Suckling Pork Belly and Peaches with Lemon Kosho ($24, 2pcs) and Spanish Octopus with Smoked Paprika ($38). As we attempt to eat the entire menu (almost!), we soldiered through the Ricotta Agnolotti with Cauliflower and Charred Leek ($38) that was delish especially with the garlic chips and Iberian Pork Chop with Carrot and Leeks ($48).
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✨ Le Bon Funk
📍 29 Club Street, Singapore 069414
🍴 [Self-Funded]

You will not go wrong with this Sticky Toffee Pudding that is served warm, topped with vanilla ice cream! Rich in burnt, caramelised flavor, this dessert is just so decadent that everyone is full of praise for this.

Grilled Nurnberger 2/5
German Currywurst 3/5

highly recommend the Cataplana - it goes well with the free bread provided, which is also refillable. Staff also go the extra mile to make sure your requests are met. Very affordable with 50% eatigo

I like this place because the food is rather consistent and they have the some of the better service staff you will get in MBS. Generally you need to book at least a month in advance to get a dinner reservation on any day, but for weekends at a good time e.g. 7pm you are looking at around 6 weeks advance booking.

Here is what I usually order and enjoy:
1.) Superfood Salad is a good starter, offering up refreshing Kale and Quinoa in citrus dressing
2.) Roasted Cod, served on mash potato is a fresh, filling serving
3.) Sticky Pudding is a fantastic dessert, recommended to me by a waitress there who loves her sweets

Got the burpple set ($79++). Overall, this place is overpriced and I am NEVER returning. Would not recommend this place to anyone. There are many other places with much better value, quality of food, and service.
Service: Subpar at best. Initially there were problems with the app and the deal was shown as "Not Available". When we checked with the waiter, the response we got was quite defensive and he emphasized on how it was not their issue, but an issue with Burpple's system. Understand that it is not the fault of the restaurant, but felt like it could have been handled better - perhaps handling it in a less defensive tone (pushing everything on Burpple). Apart from this, service was poor as the servers all felt very new/untrained. The same request had to be repeated several times (e.g. requesting for dessert 3x just to get it served). Items were also served up haphazardly with the mains coming before the sides. The service is, to put bluntly, damn poor for the prices being charged. If you are going to charge high prices and market yourself as a higher-end restaurant, then your service better live up to it as well. Otherwise, lower your prices.
Food wise:
- Appetisers (leek soup/bread dip): bread dip was not bad, the bread was soft and the dip was interesting. Soup was soso and nothing to rave about.
- Sides (calamari/truffle fries):calamari was not bad, crispy. Truffle fries (replaced since tater tots OOS) was very BLAND. Truffle taste was so mild if you told me it was plain fries I'd have believed it. Even fries from McDonald taste better.
- Mains (pork jowl/truffle chicken): pork jowl saved the day. It was tender and well seasoned. The chicken, though, was very very mediocre. Not tender and no truffle taste at all - have tasted better chicken chop from coffee shop Western stalls at less than a quarter of the price they charge here lol. In addition, the portions are damn small - if I came here and ordered ala carte and received this, I would be very upset.
- Dessert (matcha churros/tiramisu): the other saviour of the day. Both tasted great, only gripe was how long it took them to serve it. Had to ask the servers 3x and waited quite a long time despite it not being a full house.

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Have tasted much better pasta at this price. It was made of cream, not the actual carbonara with egg kind. The sauce tasted like cream with some fragrant flavour from the bacon, and was quite one-dimensional.

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Portion given for calamari rings were decent. They were freshly fried on the spot so it was crispy when I ate it fresh. Would be better with a bit more flavour, as I could mostly taste the oil in the batter. The rosti was definitely better, as the potatoes were fresh and moist, nicely pan fried and crispy on the outside. The garlic sausage was much smaller than expected, taste was not too salty and quite flavourful.

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Very average pizza. The pizza crust was thin and slightly chewy and the sides were slightly charred thus was crispy. The toppings were decent, though the smoked duck taste wasn’t distinct. It was however a bit too oily and best for sharing. Not really worth the price to be honest.

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The Beef Carpaccio (S$24.00) was beautifully plated with the yellow egg yolk emulsion, tiger’s milk, flying fish roe and parmesan. Even though the beef was served raw and denatured, there were sufficient ingredients to create a symphony of flavours to bring out the beauty of the protein. And perhaps, this might be one of the few times that I would think that beef could pair well with white wine or cocktails.

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A beautiful sharing plates of BBQ Whole Squid (S$19.00) was something I would recommend to order. The seafood was cooked on point with adequate levels of smoky flavours, and the passionfruit dressing that came with it gave a good taste of acidity with a refreshing aftertaste. I personally also enjoyed that crunchy bits of passionfruit seeds that was blended in with the dressing, though not everyone might have found it unnecessary to have.

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Probably their signature cocktail, the Lumo Uno (S$24.00) was a nice mix of Perla bianca sparkling wine, salt homey syrup, chamomile tea and lemon juice. I thought what really struck me was the subtle salty flavours that complemented the floral and citric profile of the cocktail. Being easy to drink, I thought I ordered at least three of these during my light dinner.

Love the profile but would prefer to ditch the alcohol? They also have a mocktail version of this at half the price!

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