This restaurant has closed.
Le Petit Navire, a popular children’s folk song which means ‘the little boat’ in French, takes the form of a Brittany-style seafood bar that recently moved into the vacated premises of homegrown bakery The Patissier. Behind this cosy 30-seater project are the people who set up 15-year-old French dining stalwart L’Angelus on Club Street (they’re also known for their F&B establishments around Ann Siang, including steakhouse Les Bouchons and Parisian bistro Le Carillon de L’Angelus), who are making their first foray into seafood. In keeping with the nautical theme, the interior features antique sailing maps, old ship components and sea-faring paintings, but what’s unique is that you order the ocean’s bounty directly from the glass chiller by the bar, where head chef Alexis Knecht (previously with a French brasserie at the Intercontinental Hotel Dubai) presides over an array of items such as smoked salmon, octopus, whelk, mussels and lobster. You’re able to customise your own platter ($38/five items, $75/ten) and pair it with their range of 30 French wines – all specially selected with seafood in mind, of course
|Venue name:||Le Petite Navire (CLOSED)|
18 Ann Siang Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-2pm, 7pm- 10.30pm, Sat 7pm-10.30pm|
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