Time Out says
Lest you wonder about its quirky title, the new Toots Brasserie on the ground floor of stately colonial hotel The Sultan was inspired by the sounds the saxophone produces – a tribute to the Sultan Jazz Club directly above this cosy 40-seater, which resembles a rustic French home bedecked with a purple chandelier and regal furniture. It’s local chef Jason Wong’s breakout venture following 14 years at popular French fine-diner Au Petit Salut, and the veteran is sticking to a quintessential French theme and Provençale classics. Appetisers include a half dozen Burgundy snails in garlic butter and herbs ($16), a casserole of frog legs ($18) and homemade terrine of foie gras infused with sweet wine and served with brioche ($18). For heavier bites, Wong’s rendition of crispy duck leg confit with potato gratin ($34) is a must-order, while there’s also a four-course dinner special tagged at $58, or go for sharing mains like the cote de boeuf ($138, recommended for 3-4), an oven roasted 200-day grain-fed black angus prime rib. The adjoining Toots Bar serves pre-dinner and dinner cocktails ($14-$22) and premium spirits by the glass.
1/L The Sultan
101 Jalan Sultan
|Opening hours:||Mon 7.30am-10.30am, Tue-Sun 7.30am- 10.30am; 6.30pm-10.30pm|
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