The Place Located at The Pier at Robertson, Brasserie Wolf is headed by Chef Claudio who has previous stints at various Michelin-starred restaurants. Serving French casual cuisine, this is one of the quality restaurants within Robertson Quay amongst the dozens of restaurants here.
Alfresco seats are aplenty at Brasserie Wolf and it can be a great option if the weather is merciful to enjoy the view of Singapore River while dining. Otherwise, the modern interior is sure to offer a comfortable ambience to dine in.
The Food For starters, I had the Traditional French Onion Soup ($15), which was done in a unique way such that the toast is immersed in the soup, adding to the frangance and flavour of it. If Onion Soup is your favourite and you like your soup to have a tinge of sweetness, then this is a must order.
I also had the Escargot ($18) as the way it is served is pretty different from the usual way in its whole shell. Indeed, the Escargots are masked in Parsley Butter crust with Garlic Bread. It partially felt like I am having an Escargot soup, which I am not complaining as the Escargots are fresh and juicy.
Yet another must order Appetiser: Homemade Foie Gras Terrine ($21). This is not recommended if you are unable to take the raw taste and smell of Foie Gras. For that, I would recommend ordering the Josper Grilled Rougie Foie Gras($26) instead which is less raw. Otherwise, Foie Gras lovers will definitely enjoy the taste of the Foie Gras Terrine which goes well with the complimentary serving of bread if not consumed raw at its best.
For my mains, I had the Rib Eye 220g ($38) with bordelaise sauce bone marrow and frites. I had no complaints for my medium rare steak as the steak was succulent and tasty, definitely above the average mark.
The other chef specialty is the Slow-cooked Beef Bourguignon ($33) with mashed potato, carrots and baby onions. This is probably a healthier alternative as compared to the usual steak coupled with awesome sides. I love the mashed potato as it is not too buttery and made just right.
Another alternative to the Rib Eye is the Sirloin 250g ($32) with Béarnaise sauce, salad and bone marrow. The restaurant is pretty flexible with customers’ orders as I requested to have the Frites changed to the Bone Marrow for the sides. For those who have not tried Bone Marrow before, I will strongly recommend having it as the taste compliments the steak perfectly. Here is another close look at the Bone Marrow.
Will I return again? Definitely, for the awesome Foie Gras I will. In addition to that, it would be more value for money if you have the Palate Card which entitles you up to 50% off your total bill as a member. For the full list of restaurants and bars under the Palate Card, feel free to visit its website.
Taste bud: 4.5/5
Hole in the pocket: 4.5/5
80 Mohamed Sultan Rd,
The Pier at Robertson #01-13
Tel: +65 6835 7818