Odette is located in the National Gallery Singapore and people who are well aware of the happenings in the culinary industry cannot miss the name Julien Royer. Named after his Grandmother Odette, we can see Julian Royer’s love for his grandmother as you can see the name everywhere right from the entrance, on the home-made butter labels and in the handles of the knives. Chef Julien Royer served at the JAAN before starting his own and known to have taken JAAN to international fame with his delightful cuisines. He even made the JAAN among the Top 50 restaurants in Asia.
When you step into Odette, the first thing you feel is a soothing melancholy that runs throughout the restaurant. The interior is designed using clam and mild tones mixing White, beige and grey colors that instantly makes you feel you are dining at home. The restaurant décor is also not too flashy, but is all made simple and complements well the mild interior color tones.
Odette is definitely a romantic place best suited for lovers and for special occasions to treat your partner with a delightful cuisine in a calm and soothing setting. The cuisine is largely Asian-influenced one even though Julian Royer is basically French. But that is also one of the reasons that Chef Julian is regarded as one of the respected Celebrity chefs in the island nation.
Odette brings you one of the best romantic dining experience you ever could have had in Singapore with its exquisite French cuisine created using original ingredients. One would be literally floored tasting their special dish the Signature Rosemary Smoked Organic egg that covers your entire table with flowing dry ice. You can notice that in Odette each and every inch has been carefully considered and designed right from the Champagne Cart to the beautiful art by Dawn Ng’s hanging in the ceiling that soulfully depicts the ingredients used in the cuisine. If you notice keenly that most of the music being played in the restaurant is also somewhat related to your cuisine as well.