Between being inside of a shophouse in front of an open-air carpark and having a tiny, quiet dining room, this small French restaurant seems like it’s trying to hide. But it’s not working: there’s always a wait for the fantastic food at this Duxton Hill spot with only seven tables. Come for the affordable set lunch ($40-$65 USD) of dishes like poached monkfish and seared beef onglets, and to enjoy the rare calm in a city that can be anything but.
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