Chef Julien Royer's favourite dining spots

Chef Julien Royer's favourite dining spots

Because F&B insiders know best

Text: Julien Royer

Editor: Janice Sim

Where does Julien Royer a.k.a 'Chef of the Year' and main man of two Michelin-starred Odette go for a good tipple or a midnight snack? We find out

These days I'm busy with a fantastic new Summer menu we just launched at Odette, and many other exciting projects.

A hawker stall I would queue for is the Tanjong Rhu Pau.

I'm a regular at Brasserie Gavroche for delicious and comfortable French fare, as well as Luke's Oyster Bar & Chop House.

When I need to eat clean, I eat at home.

My favourite bar in Singapore is ATLAS.

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My guilty pleasure is cheese.

My go-to supper spot is Nekkid at Gillman Barracks. 

For weekend brunch with friends, I go to Capella Singapore for its fantastic views.  

Julien Royer

The best place to get a meal with seafood is The Naked Finn.  

For special occasions, head over to Cure, a Modern European restaurant led by Andrew Walsh. I love how the food is refined yet they've kept the experience very casual and comfortable.  

My all-time favourite restaurant is Michel Bras in France. And if I had to pick another one, it would be Arpège. 

My favourite farm in Singapore is Farm deLight, an innovative high-tech farm, which supplies us with our herbs.

I grew up eating my mother and grandmother's delicious cooking with produce from our farm.  

For dining with family, I visit Bakalaki Greek Taverna.

Julien Royer

For coffee, I go to Chye Seng Huat Hardware.

The food scene in Singapore is crazy good and competitive. We're very fortunate because there are so many great places.

The country that has the best food scene is Japan.

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