Restaurant Jag : Review
Inspired by the beauty and nature of the mountainsides in Savoie, France, 40 indigenous herbs are thoughtfully selected from the region then exclusively flown into Singapore. Every dish is intimately created to highlight the distinctive trait of each herb.
Welcome to Restaurant Jag.
At the heart of every chef and restaurateur is the desire to create and inspire – To craft food and experience in such a way as to leave you wanting more.
As Chef Jeremy puts it, “I like sharing, exchanging and transmitting moment’s of emotion with my clients & my team while creating new and at times surprising flavours. I have an inquisitive nature and avidly enjoy the idea of discovering or rediscovering flavours and being reminded of memories from childhood.”
The artisanal approach at Restaurant JAG is also evident in every detail of the restaurant; From the custom wood and stone work created both locally and worldwide, to the Gueridons in the dining room and the custom glass work from Kimura, Japan, it is the attention to all the small details that communicate who Restaurant JAG is.
The dining room at Restaurant JAG is an intimate space with 7 tables and can accommodate 26 guests. The experience across lunch and dinner revolves around tasting menus. During Lunch we offer either 3 Expressions or 5 Expressions. During Dinner there is the choice among 5 Expressions, 7 Expressions (A culinary journey) or the 10 Expressions (A true gourmand experience).
We ordered the French 75 Classic ($18), which comprised le gin, lemon, simple syrup, and Lanson Champagne.
We headed downstairs to the main dining area for lunch after that.
We left it to Chef Jeremy to prepare the lunch for us. To simply put it, we just said “Chef, surprise us”.
We were served the Grower Champagne Bruno Paillard to pair with the starters. A great relatively under the radar Champagne that punches above its weight.
We noticed a Penfolds Grange on the wine list served by the glass using a Coravin wine preservation system. Ooh the great Grange – Australia’s most famous red wine.
To round off the lunch, we were offered a selection of finest Cheese from the Cheese wagon.
Overall Verdict: A brilliant rendition of authentic French cuisine at wallet friendly prices.
76 Duxton Road, Singapore 089 535 Reservations and inquiries can be made at +65 3138 8477 Dress Code: Smart Casual (shorts and flip flops are not recommended) Lunch: Monday – Friday 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Dinner: Monday – Saturday 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Bar: Monday – Saturday 6:00 pm -11:30 pm
Closed on Sundays and public holidays except for those that fall on Fridays and Saturdays, the following Monday will be closed.