March 05, 2016

Duck and Buvette

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  • Dining a la French is now a dream come true with Duck and Buvette!

     

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    Found at the Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Duck and Buvette offers its guests French comfort food that’s delectable in every bite.

    Buvette in French means refreshment stalls that serve fresh snacks. These are small plates good for sharing, something one can do when dining in the restaurant.

    It’s well-known for its Duck Confit and several other duck dishes cooked the French way. They also use duck fat in some of their dishes which make these all the more flavourful and appetizing. Duck and Buvette took the place of Café Provencal in the mall, but they are owned by the same people. This country and casual restaurant serve comfort food, done like how it is in French cuisine.

    The interior is bright and chic, a place that feels like home. With its cozy ambience, people love to go here because of it being a nice place to spend afternoons with, for great conversation with friends.

     

    lemon creme brutart

    LEMON CREME BRUTART. (Photo courtesy of @cusinahome via Instagram)

    grilled romaine salad

    GRILLED ROMAINE SALAD. (Photo courtesy of @nielgq via Instagram)

     

    For food aside from ducks, they also serve dishes such as risotto, and desserts such as waffles, ice cream sandwich, and cheesecakes.

    Want to have a French dining experience? Check out Duck and Buvette for a satisfying and sumptuous meal.

     

                 
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    Not recommended.. servers are rude. food isnt great.. very expensive

    5 years ago
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