Maison Boulud has finally opened its doors at Marina Bay Sands, adding to the mall’s impressive list of celebrity chef restaurants. This will be its second outlet after its flagship store in Montreal.
The internationally acclaimed chef-restaurateur Daniel Boulud is most known for his namesake restaurant Daniel in New York which has two Michelin stars. Maison Boulud in Singapore aims to bring ‘soulful French food’ to the table, featuring Chef Boulud’s interpretations of classic French dishes inspired by his travels around the globe.
To execute Chef Boulud’s vision, the Singapore outlet also welcomes Executive Chef Rémy Carmignani to the team, who has held stints at Guy Savoy Paris and Singapore as well as Le Français at Hotel La Mamounia in Marrakech.
The restaurant’s latest creations include the seafood salad ($26) made with seasonal ingredients tossed in an anchovy garlic dressing, and the lobster pastilla ($78) featuring a succulent lobster encrusted in a crisp pastilla pillow, served alongside a confit fennel, Moroccan spices and chermuola sauce. A new dessert has also been added to the menu – the citron pistache vacherin with ricotta gelato, Sicilian pistachio chantilly, lemon gel and meringue.
Fans of Db Bistro & Oyster Bar – Chef Boulud’s previous MBS concept which has closed to give way to Maison Boulud – will also be pleased to know that some of Db’s offerings will remain at Maison Boulud. This includes the signature seafood platter (from $135) with oysters, Maine lobsters, crabs and a medley of seafood options. The alfresco menu will also retain crowd favourites from Db Bistro like the Original Db Burger.
Reservations for Maison Boulud are now open.
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