If you’re hankering for some handsome French fare, then head for Little India (yes, you heard right) for a little slice of France on our island.
Here, French expatriates dine alongside curious local foodies as everyone sits almost elbow to elbow in this quaint corner coffeeshop, chattering above the droning whir of wall-mounted electric fans. A set dinner can cost as little as under $20 – the main draws are favourites such as a creamy chicken liver pate and a chocolate sauce-drenched giant profiterole. No dress up is required at this restaurant so you won’t have to put on your Sunday best.
Besides lunch and dinner, the French Stall also serves drinks and fresh pastries from 3pm-6pm daily – it’s the perfect place to satisfy your craving for warm, buttery croissants. And if the mood so moves you, make like a well-heeled Parisian, opt for a table on the sidewalk and watch the world go by. You’ll quite agree, there’s a certain je ne sais quoi appeal to it all.