12 April 2012


French Food in Little India?! Oui! 

Thanks to currystrumpet's suggestion, we got to try TFS: The French Stall, along Serangoon Road, Little India, Singapore (nearest MRT: Farrer Park).

Their sked:
3-6pm: Dessert & Drinks
6-10pm: Dinner

The facade of TFS Bistrot

#544 Serangoon Road corner Sturdee Road North, Singapore

Their lovely postcard-inspired tables.

A first: Drinking Date at 3pm. Hehe.
Our glasses of white wine were suggested by the staff.
Didn't take note of what they're called, oops.

We only had dessert (dinner's served 6pm pa). 
Hubby and I enjoyed the Dark Chocolate Cake ala-mode and the Tiramisu.
We wanted to try the honey cheesecake but it was unavailable that day.

The French chef who owns the place envisioned The French Stall to be very homey and unpretentious -- read that from a magazine article displayed on the wall. Successful siya! (Actually, sila, it's run by a husband and wife team.) The place is so charming, the staff's very friendly, and the location very interesting. It's not exactly cheap here though. Our bill was almost SGD50 (around Php1,700). But we were so charmed, we vow to be back for dinner (soon, we hope).

Bon appetit!

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