My original plan was to visit Les Bouchons but upon arriving we were told that the restaurant was full. They recommended us to visit their sister establishment L’Angelus a few units away. Unlike the packed Les Bouchons, L’Angelus was pretty quiet although there were a few table of guests at the restaurants. Judging from the menu, it appears that L’Angelus is a more formal set-up while Les Bouchons is more of a bistrot.
The restaurant has a distinctly Parisian ambience from the vintage posters on the wall to the rattan chairs. The key intent of my visit was to satisfy my craving for steak. Hence Rib Eye steak with black pepper sauce was my #1 choice. The classic french steak was served with the delicious potatoes au gratiné.
For the other main, we went with the daily Chef’s special – Croquette of Crab Cakes. Ended our meal with a Creme Brulee.
L’Angelus comes across to me as a traditional French restaurant serving authentic cuisines in a cosy environment. I would certainly like to try their entrees such as French oignon soup, escargots and mains such as duck confit for my next visit.
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