A buzzing bakery by morning and lunch, a classy diner by night, this quaint bistro gives a taste of Parisian life like no other.
Yeast has established its name as a bakery, thanks to its rustic selection of freshly baked breads, baguettes and brioches available in its daytime menu. But don’t underestimate its well-curated dinner menu of classic French dishes.
Start off with the baked escargots. Herbed butter contrast with fresh diced tomatoes spread over escargot and garlic bread results in an explosion of flavours. The main course selection is compact but impressive. Opt for the handmade crabmeat ravioli with lobster bisque, leek fondue and black truffle. The broth-like lobster bisque is rich and plays off well against the light truffle scent and al dente ravioli. On the meat side, the grilled grass-fed beef tenderloin with butter, potato gratin and green peppercorn sauce is a good meaty choice. Served medium-rare by default, the slab goes well with the cheesy, savoury gratin.
For dessert, the tarte tatin is a delight. True to its bakery origins, the hot tart is simultaneously fluffy and flaky and pairs well with the ice cream and sweet apple.