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Poulet @ Jurong Point

Weekday lunch deal is 9.80 plus plus bucks with five choices of mains with choice of onion or mushroom soup and coffee, tea or ice lemon tea. The other lunch deal is their signature Poulet Roti roasted half chicken $17.80, inclusive of a choice of mushroom or onion soup and coffee, tea or ice lemon tea. 

Poulet Roti $15.80


We chose the signature roasted half chicken with Chardonnay sauce. I did not taste any Chardonnay in the sauce. I liked cream sauce so it was alright for me. My friend found it too milky. The chicken itself was well seasoned with salt. The breast was tender. The thigh was juicy. The chicken came with the rice at an additional $2. The combination with rice was good. But for it to be the signature dish, it was not a shiok (extremely nice feeling) dish. 

Cream of mushroom

The mushroom soup had the fragrance of mushrooms but it was too salty for my palette. My friend commented that the croutons tasted like 臭油 (fried in over fried oil). I felt that it tasted like it had been fried in chicken oil. It was thick too.


We liked the presentation of the coffee. It was long black and tasted bitter even though I had added two cubes of sugar. It was too bitter for my enjoyment but for coffee lovers, you might enjoy it.


Oxtail Ragout Pasta $9.80++ with soup and drink

The other main we had chosen was Oxtail ragout pasta. It had a strong flavor. The closest I could think of was a beef rendang that was not hot. The beef was soft. The cheese also went well with the flavors. The pasta was cooked al dente (Q Q or tastes firm when eaten). I liked it al dente. We didn't manage to finish the pasta because it got a little jerlat (got too overwhelming after many mouthfuls). 


The rice was well cooked and fragrant. At least they bothered to put a garlic on top since it was $2. 

We were seated in a booth seat with cushions. There were street lamps in the restaurant. It was cozy and a nice setting for catching up with friends. There was nothing to flip in the menu, only two pages. I was looking for salads but they only had garden vegetables. Maybe I am just suaku (ignorant) since it is a French restaurant. French don't eat salads?

The food came very quickly. There was no crowd though. The waiter who served us was very patient and appeared knowledgeable . We took a long time to make up our minds. Secondly, we asked him many questions like which dishes he would reccommend and how the dishes taste like. He appeared very sincere and genuine when answering our questions. 

Weekday lunch deal at Poulet
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