New in town: Les Bouchons, Rochester — Affordable Steak Frites, a Pétanque court, and 10% off your total bill

Westies, rejoice! Well-known Les Bouchons officially opened their doors to their third outlet at Rochester Park today!

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20 years young and radiating joie de vivre, Les Bouchons is well-known for their classic and value-for-money Steak Frites and French cuisine amid an effortlessly relaxed and casual chic ambience that harks back to French bistros and steakhouses. This year is made more significant with their latest addition!

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The latest west-side outpost is housed in a beautiful two-storey bungalow, decked with a slew of vintage artworks, and surrounded by a verdant al fresco area that showcases a Pétanque court— a first of its kind in Singapore.

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Guests are encouraged to immerse themselves in the French boules sport with an ice-cold pastis (an aperitif that has witnessed a revival in recent years) over a languid weekend afternoon; staying true to its roots.

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Apart from their classic menu, fans of liver will be delighted at these entrées: Terrine de Foie-gras “Maison” (S$26++)— a foie gras terrine served with onion chutney and toast (a palate-cleansing starter), and the Foie-gras Poêlé (S$27 for 120g), and the option to add a Pan-seared Foie Gras (S$12 for 60g) to any Plats and À Partager order.

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Another new entrée is the French Ceps Soup with Truffle Oil (S$16).

Close up of French Ceps Soup with Truffle Oil

Be prepared to be blown away by this incredibly light and flavourful soup that will guarantee a party in your mouth with each spoonful; only available at the Rochester outlet.

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Here come the mains. Don’t miss the popular Extra Tender Angus Beef Filet ($50++)— a well-cut and well-seasoned, plump piece of meat that will get a meat lover begging for more. It will also come with a range of out-of-this-world homemade sauces: Black Pepper (enhanced with Cognac), Blue Cheese Porcini, and Mustard, all at S$6 each.

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The new kid on the board, Grilled Sirloin Wagyu (S$78++)— made with a Japanese Hokkaido Black Wagyu MB +6/7 is another showstopper you wouldn’t want to miss.

Close up of Grilled Sirloin Wagyu

The beautifully marbled cut, in its medium-rare glory, will take you on a trip to meat heaven and back with its juicy, melt-in-your-mouth texture. Trust me when I say, you cannot leave Les Bouchons without indulging in this dish.

Of course, every steak meal comes with free flow homemade fries that are made from scratch and cooked two times for an added crunch.

Although famed for its meats, the restaurant is also keen to showcase beautifully-cooked seafood such as their catch of the day, a Great Atlantic Seabass (S$88++ for 800g to 1kg) from the Canary Islands. A Kids’ Menu consisting of Mini Beef BurgerFrench Fries, and Fresh Fruit Juice (S$12), and other kiddy favourites will also be available.

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Chicken lovers, have a go at the Poulet aux 40 Gousses d’Ail (S$32++)— a traditional 40 garlic roasted chicken with a robust creamy base.

Collage of desserts

End your meal with the traditional Chef’s Crème Brûlée (S$13++), a homemade Double Chocolate Lava Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream (S$15++), or my personal favourite, the Île Flottante (S$13++).

The thoughtfully crafted menu also features vegan, vegetarian and dairy-free options like the Impossible Steak Haché ($32++ for 200g) along with the newly-added Gluten-Free Sliced Bread ($5).

As part of their soft launch promotion, diners get to enjoy 10%* off their total bill from now till 31st March 2022.

*Not applicable for the Weekday S$32++ 3-Course Set Lunch and/or with any other promotions, discounts, and privileges unless otherwise stated. 

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Our Rating: 5 / 5

Les Bouchons Rochester

10 Rochester Park, Rochester Commons, Singapore 139221

Our Rating 5/5

Les Bouchons Rochester

10 Rochester Park, Rochester Commons, Singapore 139221

Telephone: +65 6904 8972
Operating Hours: 12pm - 2pm (Tue to Fri), 12pm - 3pm (Sat & Sun), 6pm - 10pm (Tue to Thu), 6pm - 10.30pm (Fri to Sat), 5pm - 9pm (Sun), Closed on Mon
Telephone: +65 6904 8972

Operating Hours: 12pm - 2pm (Tue to Fri), 12pm - 3pm (Sat & Sun), 6pm - 10pm (Tue to Thu), 6pm - 10.30pm (Fri to Sat), 5pm - 9pm (Sun), Closed on Mon
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