Au Petit Salut French Restaurant
Au Petit Salut is an award winning fine dining French restaurant located at Harding road, refurnished from an old colonial three story building and a close proximity to the famous dinning paradise of Dempsey road. The restaurant has an air conditioned dining area with glass panels to allow the view of the surrounding lush greenery. And under the same roof houses sprawling alfresco areas for those enjoy the nature and rustic setting.
The restaurant features Chef Paul Longworth’s strengths on contemporary French cuisine, savour signature dishes like the cassoulet of duck leg confit, Black Angus prime rib served with garlic and shallots confit and red wine braised Beef cheeks are just the few masterfully crafted dishes by the chef.
Pork rillettes, Violet mustard & sage
The Pork Rillettes were traditionally made with fatty pork belly or pork shoulder, shredded, seasoned and cooked slowly over low heat until very tender. The pork rillettes was garnished with violet mustard and sage, created a good rillettes for a starter.
Baked Burgundy snails, bone marrow, garlic & parsley butter
The Burgundy snails were baked with the garlic, parsley butter and bone marrow mixture in the cow bone. The snails blend well with the seasoning but a little too heavy on the salt.
Sautéed duck foie gras, hazelnuts and Mirabelle plums
Foie gras is one of the best delicacies in the French cuisine; we love the soft texture of the foie gras encased by the slight crisp and charred exterior. The richness and piquant of the foie gras immediately bursts out in the mouth and nothing but every bite was heavenly delicious.
French duck leg confit, pear, butternut pumpkin & vanilla puree and Verjuice
One of the chef’s signature dish, we truly enjoyed the crispiness of the duck skin and the flavoursome of the meat, dabbed with butternut pumpkin and vanilla puree made the dish truly impressive, both in the taste and presentation.
Trofie pasta, braised Iberico pork, melted leeks & thyme
The tenderness of the braised pork was praiseworthy, the chef did not infuse too much of the seasoning but married well with the Trofie pasta, melted leeks and thyme.
Choux buns filled with vanilla ice cream, warm chocolate sauce and sliced almonds
The dessert was ordinary and not so much of an excitement.
Soya cheesecake, wild strawberry compote, vanilla crumble and Jasmine sorbet
Nice presentation but again just ordinary taste. Better to go for their house specialities. Eg. Chocolate lava cake.
This is one of the fine restaurants for French cuisine; we spent about $70 per pax for a truly scrumptious meal. At Au Petit Salut French Restaurant, this is a place allows you to discover the fine dining with an experience in a class of its own. The heavenly Foie gras, the luscious of the duck leg confit, it is just irresistible.
Au Petit Salut
Address: 40C Harding Road Singapore 249548
T: 6475 1976 F: 6475 1966
Monday – Saturday Lunch : 1130hrs – 1430hrs (Last order)
Dinner : 1830hrs – 2230hrs (Last order)