SAINT PIERRE: Michelin Star Fine Dining in Singapore

Headed by Chef-Owner Emmanuel Stroobant, Saint Pierre is a restaurant of timeless elegance, advancing bravely into the future with dining excellence. Its superlative cuisine, beautiful interiors, and a team of talented chefs have escalated the restaurant into the echelons of international accolades. The restaurant was awarded two stars by Michelin Guide Singapore in 2019.

At the heart of Saint Pierre lies essence-centric cuisine, the advanced extraction of concentrated, vital essences from the freshest natural ingredients to season dishes through the use of modern techniques and methods. Chef Stroobant’s global experiences manifest in his culinary style – a harmonious blend of European techniques with subtle touches of Southeast Asia, bringing flavours to the forefront of every dish.

Currently situated at One Fullerton with an impressive view of Marina Bay, Saint Pierre now seats an intimate 24 persons in the main dining room.

The menus offered here only come as set menus, one for each service of the day. The 3 course lunch menu starts at $158++, while the 4 course menu is $188++ with a cheese supplement at an additional $38++


We opted for the 4 course, and started off on a high with the caviar, tourteau crab, and cucumber. The second starter was a vegetarian option called Tomato: amela tomato, avocado and served with pomelo. Hubs went with Sweetbread which was fantastic too: limousin sweetbread, cipollini onion served with black rice.


The thing about having an extensive meal at a fine establishment, holds the slight downside of being overtly stuffed to even enjoy the mains. And at Saint Pierre, portions were controlled immaculately, as with how the sequence of flavours were executed — a major consideration that most restaurants gloss over when it comes to curating a course menu. For the mains, we ended up having the golden eyed snapper barbecued over binchotan and served with artichoke and turmeric.


On to the main desserts which I was very excited about, we were served jivara chocolate, salted caramel with soy! Bonus: We had ample space to chow down petit fours, but in the case of Saint Pierre, they were petit fives. After all, who’s counting? Haha!


Most know Saint Pierre for being a decadent French institution or for its eye-watering cheese trolley, but it is in fact, one of the oldest French restaurants in Singapore. From humble beginnings to its sojourn to the stars (two michelins to be exact, since 2019), is yet another nod to the tapestry of its name and is an experience we highly recommend.

TheGourmetGuhas Verdict:

Taste bud: 4/5

Price: 3.5/5

Ambience: 3.5/5

Overall Experience: 3.5/5

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