05 December, 2006


A dinner outing with two University friends brought us to the former Marché at The Heeren Shops.

Rename to that of Vila’ge, it is said that the exact replicate, right down to the cow mascot that greets customers, is a direct competitor of Marché. From the famous Rosti to the Crepes & Waffles and Sausages, from the décor to the lighting, almost everything is an exact replica. The only difference is that they served both light and dark Erdinger which I had a pint of it.

So I being the adventurous foodie decide to try something I thought I never seen before and that is the Seafood Baked Rice. Although it came with mussels and scallops, it wasn’t fantastic.

The lacked of a layer of cheese on top of the baked rice (as compared to those found in Swenson) resulted in Western Styled Clay-pot rice. The grain were dry and crunchy, and the lacked of cheese and cream simply makes the dish plain. And beware, the hot plate is a hazard – it scarred my hand and left an EXCLAIMATION MARK on it.

Talk about OUCH!!!!!!


Food: 3/5
Service: 3.5/5
Ambience: 4/5
Price: 2.5/5
Total: 13/20
260 Orchard Road
#B1-01 The Heeren
Singapore 238855

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