$27.50 for a 3-Course French Set Lunch at Taratata Bistrot (worth $55) at Keong Saik Road. More Options Available
- Restaurant specialising in regional French cuisine.
- Dine on mix charcuterie platter, lobster bisque, spring lamb stew navarin, duck foie gras terrine, and more.
- Chef Philippe Nouzillat has 22 years of culinary experience from working in Michelin-starred establishments; chef Bertrand Raguin has 26 years of experience in classic French cuisine.
- Located a 5-minute walk from the Outram Park MRT Exit H.
- Valid within 3 months from date of purchase.
- Limit 1 Groupon per table per visit.
- Valid for dine-in only.
- Valid Tue - Fri: 11.30am - 2.30pm / Sun: 10.30am - 3pm (including public holidays).
- Not valid with other promotions and discounts.
- Voucher prices displayed inclusive of GST and service charge.
- Reservation required at least 1 day in advance
- Call 6221 4506
- Present printed or smartphone voucher on arrival.
See the rules that apply to all deals.
- Set lunch for 1 person for $27.50 instead of $55
- Set lunch for 2 people for $55 instead of $110
- Set lunch for 4 people for $110 instead of $220
Channelling a combined culinary experience that spans almost four decades, the kitchens at Taratata Bistrot bear witness to the gastronomic designs of chefs and owners Bertrand Raguin and Philippe Nouzillat, both veterans of fine dining establishments throughout the reaches of Europe, Oceania, and Asia. The Tour-born Chef Raguin boasts an extensive repertoire of classic French cuisine garnered from years of toil at well-respected restaurants in Taipei, Hong Kong, France, New Caledonia, and Thailand. Not to be outdone, Chef Nouzillat’s skills come carefully reaped from labours of love in the double Michelin-starred institutions of Le Pré Catelan and Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, and a stint in Sydney. Trading in the tri-coloured French flag for the reds and whites of the Lion City’s, the comestible virtuosos have currently settled down on Singapore’s shores, hoping to get island dwellers better acquainted with Gallic tastes at their Chinatown domicile.
Reminiscent of the bistros that pepper France’s avenues, Taratata Bistrot’s interiors pair chequerboard tiled floors and plush ox-blood booths with dark wood-stained fittings, the intimate setting heightened by old-world street lamps shedding rays of diaphanous light. Harmonising with the chefs’ vision of home-style meals imbued with crisp and natural flavours, the traditional country dishes that make up the restaurant’s menu are assembled from fresh produce, chaperoned by the ever-present French mainstays of artisanal farm cheese and an extensive wine selection. Sundays are celebrated with brunch menus, shining a spotlight on the ubiquitous croissant, fromage laden sandwiches, a hodgepodge of oeuf options, and savoury crepe renditions. Daily repasts are chosen from a more ample list, ranging from slurps of lobster bisque, braised rabbit leg in scented mustard and tarragon sauce, or briny oysters from Brittany, before ending things on a sweet note with delicate pastries, or liqueur-laced ice creams and sorbets.