Be a bon vivant at Louise

Chef Julien Royer – who helms Odette, number one on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list last year – has opened his first eatery outside of Singapore. Named for his paternal grandmother, Louise serves casual, traditional French fare in an elegant yet understated colonial house in PMQ. Designed by interior starchitect André Fu, it’s the perfect stage for comfort food highlighting ingredients sourced from Royer’s native Auvergne region in central France. Don’t miss the Cantal cheese and charcuterie, truffade (a rustic pancake-like potato and cheese dish) and roast chicken. “The chicken represents what Louise is about,” Royer says. “Conviviality – friends and family coming together over simple, tasty food.”

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