Restaurant Review : Gazette French-Belgium restaurant

 

Gazette is a French-Belgium restaurant located 165 Telok Ayer road. If you’ve ever dreamed of experiencing the rich culinary culture of Belgium, then a meal at Gazette is a must for you. Under the direction of Chef Mathias, Gazette sources the finest and freshest products to ensure that every bite is a gastronomic delight.

Start your meal with the Asparagus à la Flamande, a dish of white asparagus seasoned with an eclectic mix of herbs and butter, and served with eggs. For mains, order the Atlantic Cod Waterzooi Gent-Style, a dish of Atlantic Cod cooked in Waterzooi stew and served with deliciously nutty Ratte potatoes. Prefer more gamey mains? Then be sure to order the hearty Beef Cheek Carbonnade, an irresistible dish of Beef Cheek served in Carbonnade stew, made with plenty of Belgian beer and onions. Make sure you finish off your meal with some Belgian waffles, icing sugar, chocolate, and cream.
Gazette allows gourmands to enjoy the best and most authentic Belgian food in a comfortable and cosy atmosphere. The perfect place for a quiet get-together with friends and family, Gazette provides a unique dining experience that will leave you simultaneously satisfied and hungry for more. They also imported many well known and hard to get Belgium beer. So this place definitely worth a visit.
DISHES WE LOVE
Asparagus à la Flamande, Grilled Octopus , Atlantic Cod Waterzooi Gent-Style, Beef Cheek Carbonnade, Belgian Waffles , Belgium chocolate and cream and Belgium Beer.

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