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Ginett is a breath of fresh air in the crowded din­ing scene on the is­land. High ceil­ings and full-length French win­dows give it a bright and cheery vibe while the decor is ex­em­pli­fied by an in­dus­trial chic look. The ser­vice is prompt and staff knowl­edge­able. There is a con­cise menu for lunch along with more elab­o­rate din­ner of­fer­ings.

You could drop in for a glass of wine and or­der the oneme­tre board on the side. Lit­er­ally span­ning one me­tre, it boasts a va­ri­ety of cold cuts, cheese and a pate to pick on as you sip your glass. For a light lunch, pick the earth salad bowl that’s heaped with su­per­foods like quinoa and mi­cro herbs. Or a more in­dul­gent op­tion would be their ex­cel­lent pork belly, crispy skin up, served on a bed of potato mash.

For din­ner, the oys­ters are a must, as are the meat se­lec­tions from their char­coal grill. Fin­ish your meal with a molten choco­late cake which re­quires 20 min­utes to make, but as the server said, is well worth the wait. An un­pre­ten­tious restau­rant which lets its food do the talk­ing, Ginett is a wel­come ad­di­tion to Sin­ga­pore's food space.

*Good to note Ginett of­fers a var­ied and well-priced se­lec­tion of wines by the glass, mainly fea­tur­ing small pro­duc­ers sourced di­rectly by the restau­rant it­self.

Ho­tel G Sin­ga­pore, Level 1, 200 Mid­dle Road, Sin­ga­pore 188980


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