With a seating capacity of 55 spread across 19 tables, diners are drawn to the unpretentious concept, taking a slice of France through the music and memorabilia plastered on the walls. It is hard not to fall in love with this charming bistro that whips delicious food in a warm environment. The same concept was replicated when its second outlet opened at Zion Road on 15th February 2012. Its second sibling accommodates up to 40 guests indoors and allows 30 more to dine with their pets, alfresco style, in the cosy porch area in front of the restaurant. In November 2014, Bistro du Vin teamed up with The Moment Group to open their first franchise outlet in Manila, the Philippines.
Bistro du Vin has no fawning service and both the menu and the ambience are simple. The food promises great value for money: big portions of old favorites like the fragrant French Onion Soup, melt-in-your-mouth Duck Confit with Brussels sprouts, and charcuterie platter to share, sold at very affordable prices.
No expense has been spared to re-create the authentic look and feel of a bistro – from the wood/ glass paneled restaurant façade in a rich Burgundy hue, to the checkered floor tiles and the classic Thonet chairs from the Conran shop in London. Every single detail from hardware to software has been carefully thought through and executed to bring Singapore a bistro close to an “arrondissement” in Paris that one would surely stumble upon.
Chef: Michael Suyanto