Poulét’s Second Outlet at Great World City sees the launch of a new Signature dish

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The ever-expanding Thai Express Group has got a large chain of restaurants under its belt. Poulét, its newest concept, has received innumerable positive feedback from returning patrons. Their second outlet, at Great World City, will not be their last.

The snaking queues at Bugis+’s outlet, especially on weekends, can be a tad overwhelming. I’ve had friends who waited more than 3 hours before they could get a table. The upcoming outlets would definitely be advantageous in dispersing the crowd.

Read about my previous dining experience at Poulét (Bugis+) here: http://melicacy.com/?p=4537

Along with the opening of Great World City outlet, Poulét has also launched a new Signature dish –a twist to the brand’s highly raved ‘Amazing French Roast Chicken’ (Poulét Roti).


Poulét de Cranberry ($17.80 for half, $30.80 for whole)

Cranberry Sauce, Double Pommery & Dijon Mustard

Pleasing the palate with both fruity and savoury notes, this new signature came just in time for the jolly festive season!
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Poulét, a casual French dining concept

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Poulét is the first French casual dining concept in Singapore that made its debut at Bugis+ in July 2012.

The modern French-themed bistro offers affordable French fare – driven by the inspiration from local ingredients and classic French cooking techniques – to cater to the mass, with most items under $20.

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‘Parisian Night’ at Taratata Bistrot

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Skirting the fringe of Chinatown, Keong Saik Road is home to a row of well-preserved shopshouses evolved during the British-colonial era –one of which houses Taratata Bistrot.

Taratata Bistrot is a French restaurant that prides itself for its unpretentious, quality French fare with regional focus –presented in their idiosyncratic style.

Working in pair are French bistrotiers, Bertrand Raguin and Philippe Nouzillat, chefs and co-owners of Taratata Bistrot.
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