Napoleon bar singapore: Napoleon Food & Wine Bar | Chope


Napoleon Food & Wine Bar | Chope


With its inky wood interior, rustic stone walls, location on bustling Telok Ayer Street, and namesake emblazoned on the back vaulting, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar certainly lives up to the impression of the cool French wine bar you’d think it is. Then you catch flashes of the very unique.
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With its inky wood interior, rustic stone walls, location on bustling Telok Ayer Street, and namesake emblazoned on the back vaulting, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar certainly lives up to the impression of the cool French wine bar you’d think it is. Then you catch flashes of the very unique.

The visit is streamlined with smart touches of tech – like the long row of enomatic machines that, like adult soda fountains, welcome guests to taste a selection of their 28 wines before committing to a half-glass, glass, or bottle.

The wines and food follow through with Napoleon’s concept of an exceptional and easy wine experience. With a varied selection of hand-picked, reasonably-priced French labels categorized by taste, we were able to pick our top choices – and were happy to taste a few along the way – before settling on that perfect glass.

The small plates menu is intelligently created to pair well with all of their wines and are also meant for sharing, making the ordering process lively and involved. The menu offers a range of salads, platters and European and Asian-influenced mains, along with scrumptious desserts that most certainly call for adding a sweet wine to your iPad order!

Napoleon explores the rich culinary history and fabulous offerings of France. The Chef boasts an exquisite menu of traditional French brasserie dishes with a modern twist, focused on low temperature cooking. (Jan 2020)


“The southern European leanings carry through its food offerings: creations such as homemade foie gras, pastas and Spanish ham croquettes span a range of flavours from sweet, sour, salty and spicy so diners can sample different results when pairing them with different wines. ” -The Business Times
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“The southern European leanings carry through its food offerings: creations such as homemade foie gras, pastas and Spanish ham croquettes span a range of flavours from sweet, sour, salty and spicy so diners can sample different results when pairing them with different wines.” -The Business Times

“But the range of beverages also extends beyond wines to include beers, cocktails, whiskies and the like. Meals are also available and well-presented mains at around $20 represent good value, complemented by salads and a good variety of ham/cheese platters.” -Asia Tatler Dining


Homemade Grand Marnier Foie Gras Terrine, Hand Cut Angus Beef Tartare, Seared Tuna Steak, Duo of Chocolate Ganache & Mi-Cuit Canelé

[Food Review] Napoleon Food & Wine Bar

Cuisine: French
Address: 206 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068641
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (Downtown Line)

With its inky wood interior, rustic stone walls, location on bustling Telok Ayer Street, and namesake emblazoned on the back vaulting, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar certainly lives up to the impression of the cool French wine bar you’d think it is. Then you catch flashes of the very unique.

The visit is streamlined with smart touches of tech – like the long row of enomatic machines that, like adult soda fountains, welcome guests to taste a selection of their 28 wines before committing to a half-glass, glass, or bottle.

The wines and food follow through with Napoleon’s concept of an exceptional and easy wine experience. With a varied selection of hand-picked, reasonably-priced French labels categorized by taste, we were able to pick our top choices – and were happy to taste a few along the way – before settling on that perfect glass.

The small plates menu is intelligently created to pair well with all of their wines and are also meant for sharing, making the ordering process lively and involved. The menu offers a range of salads, platters and European and Asian-influenced mains, along with scrumptious desserts that most certainly call for adding a sweet wine to your iPad order!

Napoleon explores the rich culinary history and fabulous offerings of France. The Chef boasts an exquisite menu of traditional French brasserie dishes with a modern twist, focused on low temperature cooking. 

The Angus beef tenderloin ($39) was one of the highlights of the meal. This grilled grass fed beef was succulent to the core and had a chewy yet soft texture. It was served with mashed potatoes, Brussel sprouts, roasted grapes and foie gras sauce. The sinful yet rich, creamy foie gras sauce enhanced the taste of the beef.

For the other main course, we had the pan roasted duck breast ($33). It was served medium, not something that I appreciated. I would prefer it well done, like the duck confit that I am normally used to eating. The charred duck skin had caramel notes and a crispy taste. It was served with carrot and ginger mousse, broccolini, bean stew and a balsamic reduction.

For the glass of wine that we tried, it was a glass of La Verdant 2017. It was a medium bodied, low tannin wine that we enjoyed. We saw the waiter fill the glass using the dispenser and it is a cool concept.

I also enjoyed the interior of this quaint restaurant, with a glass ceiling that allows sunlight to filter in during the day. Overall, prices for the main dishes were slightly steep, but for the French quality of cooking, it was worth it. There is a huge wine collection that you can sample by the glass, so it is suitable for the wine aficionados. Glasses are sold at $13-20 a glass, depending on the rarity and the age of the wine bottle. I would recommend going to Wine Connection or Ginett if you are looking to drink a few bottles of wine for the night.

Napoleon also has a set lunch menu, where the prices of the main courses are considerably cheaper.
Starter + Main – $24
Dessert top up $4

Add on $15 for a glass of the wine of the month or $10 for the house wine. There are also vegetarian options available on request.

Napoleon Food & Wine Bar – Modern French restaurant in Singapore, Singapore

This place has not received any awards. ..

  • 5Joris D.

    10 months ago

    Always great wine recommendations by the very knowledgeable somelier

  • 5Lady P.

    1 year ago

    Fantastic place for Christmas Eve dinner! Even when dining alone on this festive occassion.
    Ordered their Christmas menu with wine pairing, and throughly enjoyed every course. The oysters and scallop cappuccino especially were superb!
    Service was fantastic, music lively, and you must, M-u-s-ttry to get a seat by the kitchen. The opportunity to view the screen on the wall opposite as it rotatintes art and sayings on wine are enlightening and hilarious.
    Had a wonderful time here. Thanks to great service and ambience, as well as good food and wine. Merci beaucoup et Joyeux Noel!

  • 5Joshua L.

    1 year ago

    Great food (at its price point) Lovely ambience. Perfect for a weeknight date! Be sure to book in advance!

  • 5Wendy T.

    1 year ago

    Friendly and attentive staff, great ambience. Enjoyable!

  • 5Xin Yi C.

    1 year ago

    I Visit Napolean especially for important celebratory occasions. My hubby and I love the food and ambience! ?

  • 5Derek L.

    1 year ago

    If you are a fan of old world wines and an equal fan of red meats with the best red wine reduction, you must give this place a go. Equipped with at least 4 nitrogen wine preservers you can try very many glasses of fine reds to go with your tenderloin.
    Their red wine reduction is also brilliant. I half suspect that it involves using Kecap Manis and beef broth. But I get ahead of myself.
    Head here for a good one with a loved one.

  • 5Christie L.

    1 year ago

    Order most of the mains, and had a cheese platter and cold cut platter. Can’t find a flaw in all the dishes. First try on beef tartare and it was amazing! Maybe just the complimentary bread could be better in texture (softer?) ambience is good, cozy and intimate, staff’s attentive.

  • 5Lokman H.

    1 year ago

    Awesome French food. Their steak tartare is easily the one of the best in SG. For the ultimate experience, try adding Foie Gras into your meal like I did. Simply delicious ???

  • 5Seow H.

    9 months ago

    A splendid dining experience… food is fantastic and flavourful. Love the chocolate dessert a lot. Only downside is the confined space and the fact that we ordered too many red meat. Given its large portion, i think the price was reasonable as well 👍

  • 5Gregor P.

    9 months ago

    Amazing wine menu. Good quality and decent prices. Nice waiters and knowledgeable about wines

  • 5Patrick H.

    11 months ago

    Great good, nice atmosphere, and friendly service. Good selection of wine. Worth going there to spend a good evening.

  • 5Crystal C.

    8 months ago

    Great food, an amazing wine selection and warm service particularly by manager and sommelier Julien made my first visit one to remember. Was back a week later at this chic spot — lovely place to relax with a glass of wine (or several). Make reservations as it’s quite cosy inside. Highly recommend.

  • 5Charles C.

    10 months ago

    I’ve only swung by for wine and fries, so I can’t comment on the food.
    Overall, a great place to grab bottle of wine takeaway or to discover new bottles. Their “by the glass” selection is the best I’ve seen in Singapore.
    To be honest, the staff here are kinda intimidating. They seem so “too cool for school”. But actually, they’re super friendly and will talk with you to find the right wine.

  • 5Joey C.

    9 months ago

    Great atmosphere, good food and good service! I love the sirloin and the wine. Staffs were nice and friendly. Appreciate for the complimentary Brûlée for my birthday. A place will return again. Merci!

  • 5Alan C.

    10 months ago

    Good wine and good ambience

  • 5YunKyung K.

    10 months ago

    One of my favourite restaurants in Singapore.

  • 5Wendy C.

    1 year ago

    First time here using Amex deal. Blown away by all the dishes we ordered as we love them all. Realised they won best restaurant for 2019 & 2020, though the cert was placed in an obscure area.
    Interesting Napoleon deco but it was the food that won our tummies over. Heard from friendly waiter they’ve been opened for 6+yrs already. Chefs are 3 locals. Keep up the good food!

  • 5Eddy A.

    10 months ago

    Everything we ordered was fantastic. Buratta salad was magnificent, as was the Pomerol

  • 5Polly K.

    10 months ago

    This restaurant is so good. At one point, we went back 4 times over 2 weeks. I almost didn’t want to leave a review because this place is already quite popular and crowded. I didn’t want to make it more difficult to get a table 🙂 But, the food and the service is really, really good.

  • 5Randy L.

    10 months ago

    Good food, good service 👍

  • 5Rusman D.

    11 months ago

    Nice food nice service

  • 5B.O n.

    11 months ago

    If you want really excellent wine ( at affordable price), good food ( ask for the foie gras coffee sauce) and good atmosphere (thank you the staff). This is the place to go….and really for the wine!!! These guys are amazing!!

  • 5Bianca T.

    11 months ago

    Julian was hilarious. Appreciate the attentive service. Snacks were yummy and wine was fantastic.

  • 5tji hun C.

    11 months ago

    Good portions very authentic.

  • 5Hope A.

    1 year ago

    Loved the food and service.

  • 5Peter S.

    1 year ago

    Great food (except the canelé), attentive service, good ambience, highly recommended, will return!

  • 5Benjamin C.

    1 year ago

    Nice food nice wine nice dessert nice ambience nice staff

  • 5Gauthier D.

    1 year ago

    As per the french emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, this restaurant deserve the same notoriety.
    From the cuisine to the wine without forgetting the services, this place is a the perfect place for all your desire, a glass with your friends the waiter won’t forget to laugh with you, a romantic night the manager won’t forget to make you feel very special and will take care of everything!!
    I strongly recommend!!

  • 5F.

    1 year ago

    Food and service was fantastic. Would definitely be back to try their other dishes.

  • 5Newberry I.

    1 year ago

    Was very happy DINNER! Very delicious burata, risotto, desert . Of course wine also very good one selected (took by glass) . Friendly staff, Great manager.
    Super great value for the price(not expensive for this quantity) .
    want to keep this shop my favourite secret spot…

  • 5C.

    2 months ago

    One of my favorite places, great atmosphere service and wine. Feels like Paris with the waiters rushing to and fro all night. Menu is a little smaller than other places but everything we’ve had has been delicious and they always have some specials of the day if you need more variety. Generous cheese platter, foie gras pâté is wonderful with fruit jam and blueberries, they will serve as much baguette as you need, butter was yummy, loved the beef tartare. 5 stars!☺️☺️

  • 5Christine C.

    2 months ago

    Love their Truffle Risotto. The Chinese server there have great wine knowledge. Go for his recommendation that pair well with our dishes. Definitely will go back again.

  • 5Alesha F.

    1 year ago

    Haven’t tried a dish that isn’t tasty and it’s really good value for money for CBD standards. A sommelier on hand for excellent wine recommendations and french speaking staff

  • 5Steve C.

    1 year ago

    Good atmosphere and service by Arthur.

  • 5Soo K.

    1 year ago

    Favorite wine bar in Sing. Food is v good and wine list is extensive. But it’s the service that makes me keep going back. The owners are knowledgeable about their wines and recommendations rarely fail if you give them details on what you’re looking for. Staff are exceptional too

  • 5Choo E.

    1 year ago

    Lovely dinner place. Insignificant on the outside but cosy interior. Food was good.

  • 5Aiza A.

    1 year ago

    Great food & awesome service!


    1 year ago

    Beautiful place!

  • 5Kerry B.

    1 year ago

    I cannot fault this place at all. A friend and I came for dinner Friday night and everything was fabulous. Lovely setting, amazing service, good food and great wine. Will definitely be back.

  • 5Jerome T.

    1 year ago

    One of my favourite place for the past 7 years, ambiance, food, wines and team make the difference…also love to seat at the terrasse and enjoy the street wibe while drinking a nice red wine.

  • 5Yong Chieh G.

    1 year ago

    I’ve been here twice and each time I asked myself, why didn’t I take more photos? This is a small but cosy establishment, offering real good French fare at not pretentious prices.
    I truly love their specials and yesterday I had the special lamb ravioli which was just perfect in my mind! Oh so creamy and just melts-in-your-mouth type of ravioli!
    Superb. Oh ya, did I mention they have a list of beautiful French wines that do not burn your pocket?

  • 5Tommy C.

    1 year ago

    Awesome food. Great drinks. Of the best service in Singapore. Definitely come here

  • 5Jay T.

    1 year ago

    Good food, great ambience

  • 5Ralph R.

    1 year ago

    Great wine selection, lovely food and awesome team!

  • 5John G.

    2 years ago

    MUST TRY DIE DIE MUST COME LAH!!!Loved It!!!! The service impeccable and the white wine burgundy is so smooth!! Love the food…served communion style.

  • 5Andrew F.

    1 year ago

    Very nice! Food was definitely up to standard and outstanding attentive service by the staff

  • 5alistair s.

    1 year ago

    We had the most gorgeous lunch at Napoleon on Tuesday. We were in the neighbourhood looking for a place and stumbled upon it – what a find! Some of the best French food we have enjoyed in years, a fabulous wine list and awesome service. The manager explained the provenance of the food and wine, and all of it is individually sourced from providers that they have a relationship with. The wine list is exclusively French and lists bottles that would be hard to find in France as they are in such limited supply. We both had steak frite for lunch with bone marrow and charcuterie starters. All were exceptional and I’ve rarely enjoyed better steak. Special mention to Mili our fantastic waitress

  • 5Xavi M.

    1 year ago

    great ambiance with great food and selection of wine!

  • 5David C.

    1 year ago

    Great selection of wines. Friendly knowledgeable staff. Looking forward to returning.

  • 5J B.

    1 year ago

    Good place for dates. Really great food, great service, great ambience.

  • 5Kar Kei L.

    2 years ago

    Great place for intimate dinners. Beef tenderloin was good and the canapes too

  • 5Jay S.

    2 years ago

    Lovely small French restaurant. Food is simple using very fresh, high quality ingredients. Each dish has a lovely mix of flavors and aroma.
    Highly recommended

  • 5C K L.

    1 year ago

    Excellent french cuisine that is adapted to local palate

  • 5Henry L.

    2 years ago

    Nice food, nice atmosphere (not so loud) and funny waiter. Definitely gonna come back again.

  • 4Kris T.

    1 month ago

    Great variety of wine by the glass ! which usually are quite limited at many other restaurants. There are good choices of food that can accompany your wine too.

  • 4K.

    2 months ago

    There are various options available for french wine. We love the ambience and service. The Chinese server is friendly and knowledgeable. Down point is limited choice for starters

  • 4Grace L.

    1 year ago

    Went for dinner without reservation and we were warmly welcomed by the French cutie at the door. Sat at one of the front seats outside for the first hour before we were transferred to a small dark corner. Not the restaurant’s fault as we did not reserve. But would be great if they could put set up some small lamp at the corner. Enjoyed their non-pretentious dishes nonetheless. Will come back for happy hour soon!

  • 4Maria Jimena C.

    1 year ago

    Nice place…not very good beef tartare though…very nice rainbow tartare and dessert with caramel/macadamia

  • 4J M K.

    1 year ago


  • 4Daryl C.

    1 year ago

    Pretty nice entree and sharing dishes

  • 4Edward L.

    1 year ago

    Food is really good. Portions slightly small if sharing.

  • 4Luyi Z.

    11 months ago

    Turno is not worth it at all. Barrata cheese is quite dencent.

  • 4Vishal S.

    1 year ago

    Expensive but nice collection of wines. Decent food and amazing service !

  • 4Saumya B.

    1 year ago

    It is a French restaurant and the food is quite good. The ambiance is pretty good. Cosy yet atas or posh. They have limited seating so preferably booking seats would be best. They have a set lunch menu and pretty decent amount. Their pasta, steak is damn good. I loved the crab starter. The staff is very friendly with a tinge of nice humour. They have nice recommendations and engaging. I would definitely go again over lunch. I am sure the dinner is also pretty good.
    They have a few outdoor seating as well but mostly indoor. ENjoy your time and food here!

  • 4Shikhar S.

    1 year ago

    Chilled Crab was just amazing. Excellent service too.

  • 4Shivu H C.

    1 year ago

    Bit expensive

  • 4Weina S.

    1 year ago

    Food n ambiance is good

  • 4Andreas K.

    1 year ago

    Great food and friendly staff who know their food and wines

  • 4Benedict C.

    9 months ago

    Grub yet to as kitchen closed
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    Great place for wine and dine for sure. Looks good on the lunch sets and wine selection. Would be back due to kitchen closed. Reservations highly encouraged

  • 4Mei C.

    1 year ago

    Decent food

  • 4Adrian S.

    1 year ago

    A French resto with a bit of an Italian flair to it. Food is definitely not cheap; the appetizers are reasonable the mains are quite pricey. Food were delicious, though I must say the bone marrow (I love bone marrow!) was covered with so much other stuff (stewed beef, etc) that I cant taste the marrow. The wine ‘full glass’ in my definition is 1/3 of a glass; so just bear in mind. The pasta was very good, the lamb was cooked too perfection. 4 star here, is mainly because of the small portion of wine (which was pricey)

  • 4S.

    11 months ago

    A French restaurant located close to the Amoy food centre. Deco within the restaurant was warm and charming.
    I wanted the burrata salad but was not available and chose the cold cut platter instead for my entree. As for the mains, I ordered the pan fried duck breast.
    The duck breast was done to perfection and it went well with the sour cabbage that came along with it. Perfect balance of different tastes on one plate.

  • 4Joey B.

    1 year ago

    not a place where you have great lighting to take pictures of your food, but ambience was great so were the services of the waiters. love the pan seared scallops, risotto and steak

  • 4anthony w.

    8 months ago

    Good French wine variety.

  • 4Natalia T.

    9 months ago

    Good food and service. Unfortunately no vegan options and very limited vegetarian options.

  • 4Mavis T.

    10 months ago

    Service was okay. Their seared scallops was so good. Mains were all good too. Must have their wines

  • 4Ivy T.

    10 months ago

    Good food & nice place for gathering

  • 3Mark S.

    8 months ago

    Wide variety of wine but limited choice of starters and mains.
    We ordered the duck breast which is so so but the beef tartare was awesome.
    The lava cake was not much of liquid lava instead it’s kinda like chocolate pudding.
    Vibe is nice and perfect for date night but will not recommend for the food.
    Staff ethics is a bit off as manager and staff were flirting with guest as well order was a bit messy. A small place with 4 staff on the floor I will expect better.

  • 3Cynthia G.

    1 month ago

    Mediocre food – nothing to rave about. I did appreciate the bread basket on the side, a very French touch. For the price point, the service could be improved. Had a sexist treatment from one of the waiter who seems to think that women are incapable of getting the bill. First, he handed the bill to my male friend even though I had my wallet out. I explicitly said I’ll be getting the bill but when he returned after charging the credit card, he passed my card to my friend once again…

  • 3Nicholas L.

    1 year ago

    Decently priced food and drinks

  • 3ryu s.

    2 years ago

    Slightly above average as the price doesn’t justify the quality of food. That being said, it doesn’t mean that the food is not good. Service is good, servers are warm and friendly.

  • 3Jazreel C.

    11 months ago

    Beef tartare and roasted duck was so amazing but chocolate lava cake was…. overcooked ;( no lava at all…

  • 2Justin Y.

    1 year ago

    Not recommended. Overpriced and overrated

  • 2Kim J.

    1 year ago

    I felt they might be understaffed in the restaurant , a bit hard to get their attention . Food is ok. Would I go back ? Maybe not.

  • 2Alda T.

    11 months ago

    Not the most pleasant when you’re a party of two. We were seated on a Wed night right in the back of the restaurant amongst 3 groups of tables. I just wanted to eat and leave as fast as I could given we had to shout across the table to even have a decent convo. Understand that’s the situation if the resto was crowded but upon leaving we saw at least 3 couples of 2s seated nearer to the entrance and that was way quieter. Very disappointed as the manager did not bother to check in with us and was constantly chatting with the bigger groups. It’s a shame because the food was not bad but spoiled by the bad service and thoughtless seating arrangement. Definitely not worth the premium you pay.

  • 1Jerrica O.

    1 year ago

    Terrible experience, we booked a week before and the system secured us a place, only to receive a call a day before telling us that it’s full house and we can only dine at the “high table”. Mind you, the high table is next to the entrance, where people cross and “wait” to be directed to their seats. So my question is where is the safety measures put in place in view of covid-19? Is it fair for the diners to secure a seat weeks in advance just to find out that random people stood next to my table not knowing if it is safe to continuously dine in peace? In addition, we are aware of the 10.30pm restriction but surprisingly they retrieved our drinks ordered before 10.30pm. I mean we understand with the rules enforcement but having your drinks taken away exactly at 10.30pm (ordered beforehand) is a big mistake, you should at least allow your customers to finish their drinks within a said 10-15 mins after 10.30pm. Good luck to your operation when the situation is back to normal. For myself and my friends/family, this restaurant is out of my list.

  • 1Carol L.

    1 year ago

    I would like to share my horrible experience today at the restaurant, where the staff kept chasing us to give up our table even though we were half-way through our meal and within the 2 hours time slot agreed over the phone when I confirmed the reservation.
    Details of the incident: I made a reservation at 7pm today, 17 July 2020 and arrived at the restaurant right on time. I was notified beforehand that I am able to dine for 2 hours, which I agreed. As we were finishing the main dish at appromximately 8pm and thinking of what to order for dessert, the waitress told us that we arrived at 6.30pm and had to give up the table. We explained that we arrived at 7pm hence we should be able to dine till 9pm. She explained that there was another reservation and would need the table at 8.30pm. We agreed despite their mix-up and proceeded to order dessert. When we were half-way through dessert at 8.10pm, another waiter approached us and said that the next reservation had arrived, so they needed the table immediately. I am perplexed as the tables around us arrived earlier and the staff kept chasing us to give up the table. It really spoiled the whole meal experience and more importantly, none of the staff apologised for the mix-up.

  • 1AGVA S.

    1 year ago

    I made a reservation a week ago and arrived 30 min early. The place was fully packed and we were given a narrow high-top table by the door entrance (it cannot fit any dinner plates and the area clearly does not comply with social distancing measures). I asked to be given our table inside as soon as it’s available. After waiting for more than 40 min, a stream of people arrived and were all waiting for their tables at the same time. One couple went in before us and we were still not given our table despite asking for it many times. There is clearly no regard of social distancing as people are crowding by the entrance next to me and we were not updated whether we will get our table or not. I felt unsafe by groups of people gathering next to me and the staff do not bother to keep patrons at a safe distance. I will never visit this place again due to its lack of service and lack of regard of social distancing.

  • 1Gaetano S.

    1 year ago

    Whenever you go out for dinner and try a new place it can happen that it doesn’t actually match your expectations or something goes wrong with the service, location or something else. However, what it can never and ever happen is to be food poisoned – this is unacceptable, especially for a place like this that position itself as a premium restaurant.
    Yesterday night, I went to Napoleon for dinner, ordered a cheese and cold cut platter, two main courses – meat – and one bottle of wine. The total cost was 250+. A few hours after dinner, both myself and my friend felt sick and we had a very terrible night spent in the toilet vomiting everything we had eaten.
    To be completely fair and transparent, the service was good considering the Singapore standards. But again, getting poisoned with the food is UNACCEPTABLE and I warn everyone else to be very far away from this place.

  • 1Victor P.

    10 months ago

    Made a reservation (which was confirmed) through Chope. table was cancelleda day before by a non-apologetic and even sarcastic front of house staff. Wish I could give zero stars.

  • 1Melvin T.

    1 year ago

    I have been there once in 2019 and remember my dining experience to be pretty good.
    I made a reservation for last Friday, 17 July, but received a call from them on that very same day telling me that they were fully booked and that I had to be bumped off the list.
    So I made another reservation for this Friday, 24 July, and just received a call from them telling me the very same thing.
    What gives? What is the point of a reservation system when they can’t tell if they will be fully booked or not? And there was no good reason provided on both occasions. Their customer service needs help too.

  • Napoleon Food & Wine Bar – Making wine connoisseurs of us all!

    PUBLISHED August 30th, 2013 01:17 pm | UPDATED May 18th, 2020 04:34 pm

    If you consider yourself a wine drinker, I have a question: do you know which kind of wines you like? I ask this, because for a little bit too long I ordered wines that other people believed to be ‘good’ brands and most of the time, didn’t really enjoy them. I suppose I found the whole bar and restaurant wine-ordering-experience more intimidating and pompous than it really ought to be. Welcome to Napoleon Food & Wine Bar, home of the friendly wining experience…making wine just as accessible as it should be.

    Situated next to the much loved Market Grill on Telok Ayer, I felt a bit like I was cheating! but this is a totally different concept. Napoleon is essentially a rustic-styled bar..but enhanced with its slick enomatic wine dispensers, iPad’s (encased in Napoleon’s famous jacket) to place your order on, 32 European wines to choose from and an on-hand sommelier whose intention is to make drinking wine easy and fun. For those of you who haven’t seen enomatic wine dispensers before, these are essentially machines which minimise wastage, allowing for the wines to stay open for around 2 weeks, as opposed to just a few days, which means you can try some more expensive wines by the glass.

    The wines are categorised by taste, e.g ‘smooth’, ‘fruity’, ‘spicy’, ‘rich’, ‘sweet’ etc, which means you can order by the flavours you like, rather than the brand. This is also a great way for discovering new wines you may not have previously tried. If you’re a complete novice then never fear, because Napoleon Food & Wine Bar offers a tasting option (starting at $2) as well as half glass (starting at $4), full glass (starting at $8) and bottle orders too ($36).

    Although during the evenings Napoleon is filled with happy drinkers, during lunch hours the Food & Wine Bar offers a variety of scrumptious dishes. Here are my favourite plates:

    The Prawn Salad ($16) is simple and clean. I’d recommend this as a part of a lunch set as it isn’t much of a filler, but certainly full of flavour. For something that’s well-balanced, go for the Lamb Shank Parma Tier (tasting portion pictured) at $28. The boozy flavoured meat topped with smooth and buttery horse-radish mash is a great lunchtime pick and goes down far too easily for something that takes 5 or 6 hours to cook. Although it’s a total crime, I kind of saw this as an upmarket version of a Shepherds Pie, at least in terms of texture and consistency.

    If you appreciate good chicken, the Coq Au Vin ($20) is an exceptionally soft leg served with a carrot puree. This one needs very little explantation – my favourite dish on the menu.

    For desert, opt for the zesty Lemon Tart ($12) served with a dressing of fruit and crumble. A delicious end to a meal. If only they did a crumble dish because this homemade crumble is perfect.

    I would recommend some wines, but that would totally ruin the whole concept. Go! Try out some out for yourself and discover what it is you like. For good food and delicious wines, well-explained, in an un-intimidating, friendly environment head to Napoleon Food & Wine Bar.

    Written by Superpat

    On this occasion, the meal was compliments of Napoleon.

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    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar @ Telok Ayer Street ~ Enjoy Wine And Dine With Entertainer App’s 1-For-1 Offer!

    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar! An intimate 42-seater restaurant located along Telok Ayer Street (nearest mrt station DT18 Telok Ayer & EW15 Tanjong Pagar) that marries old world charm with cutting edge technology.

    We were greeted with nature-inspired theme deco with heavy emphasis on rock and wood upon entering the establishment. In the midst of the bar is also an eye-catching high-tech glass-encased wine display counter complete with automated dispensing abilities.

    Parisian owner Jean-Christophe Cadoret, having come from a family of wine makers in France, aims to provide wines of great quality and price points by specifically selecting wines from parcels adjacent to prestigious vineyards in France.

    Napoleon provides an extensive menu of not only wines, but modern European cuisine as well.

    For starters, the Homemade Foie Gras Terrine ($22) is classically executed with the pairing of foie gras and fruit chutney, balancing each out in acidity and richness.

    Hand-cut Agnus Beef Tartare ($30) may look intimidating especially for those not used to eating their beef raw, however surprisingly, the taste is relatively mild. The hand-cut texture ensures the beef is neither too tough nor fine, with enough bite and flavor in each mouthful.

    PinkyPiggu prefers her food to be cooked, and naturally, the Roasted Angus Beef Tenderloin ($32) resonated better with her tastebud.

    The beef itself was very pleasing, prepared to a succulent doneness that did justice to the cow that sacrificed its life for our dining table. It was served two ways, one with creamy gratin dauphinois, the other with appetizing ratatouille. We can’t decide which was better. Both were equally good in their own ways.

    We continued the meal by moving on to some carbs.

    The Shrimps Truffle Angel Hair ($21) is served with finely chopped seaweed for an umami kick and the 75°C egg created a certain creaminess to the dish. Very well-flavored as a whole, but the angel hair’s texture was a tad too soft. The pasta were also cut into shorter strands (perhaps because we were sharing the food) which imparted a less-than-satisfactory mouthfeel and diluted the overall enjoyment.

    Highlight of the meal was undoubtedly the Lobster Risotto ($36)! The risotto is cooked with quality acquarello rice to al-dente perfection and packed with robust essence of lobsters. Creamy and ooh so yummy!

    Desserts wise, the Duo of Chocolate ($15) has chocolate ganache and canele served with vanilla gelato and coffee crumble. Popping candy sprinkled around the desserts is creatively used to surprise diners.

    This chocolate delight is best shared amongst friends, and be rewarded with interesting reactions!

    Overall, Napoleon will likely please both food and wine lovers, especially the latter group with its wide selection of 32 exclusive French wines and highly customizable wine portions which allows diners to choose from tasting portions to full glass servings.

    Potential diners heading up to Napoleon Food & Wine Bar would want to take note of the current promotion tie up with the Entertainer Singapore app offering 1-for-1 for its main course.

    It is just one of the merchants offering 1,275 Buy One Get One Free offers for fine dining, modern & contemporary restaurants, cafés, nightspots, informal dining, attractions, leisure activities, spas, hotel accommodation and much more.

    From the 1st May to 31st August 2016, members can book one night, get one free; book two nights, get two free or even book three nights and get three free at more than 120 leading hotel partners.

    No question that the Entertainer Singapore app can help frequent users to save thousands of dollars in one calendar year.

    I’m so happy that I’ve got mine already! 😀

    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar
    Address: 206 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068641
    Contact: +65 6221 9282

    Opening Hours
    Bar Weekdays 11.30am-12am / Sat 6pm-12am
    Kitchen Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm & 5pm-10.45pm / Sat 6pm-10.45pm
    Closed on Sun (reserved for events and wine appreciation classes)

    Prices stated are in Singapore dollars and subject to 10% service charge & 7% GST.

    * Written by BFF, a guy who is desperately trying to find a balance while lost in the world of sights, sound and taste.
    * Edited by PinkyPiggu
    * Photos by PinkyPiggu

    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar- A Rustic-Style Restaurant with Scrumptious European Dishes –


    Located in the bustling street of Telok Ayer, Napoleon Food & Wine Bar is a lovely dining destination to wine and dine the evening away. A rustic-style restaurant with a passion to deliver high-end culinary and cultural experience, Napoleon offers a variety of scrumptious European dishes produced by Singaporean chef James Lin.

    The intimate 42-seater restaurant is especially cosy in the evenings, and from what we’ve heard they’re very serious about their wines. With 32 exclusive French wines served by the Glass and Affordable Grands Crus Selections for both amateur and wine connoisseurs. Customers will be embraced by the rich, warm tones of natural materials once they enter. The highlight, for those with a sense of humour, is the clever ‘French pocket design’ fashioned for the iPad menu and ordering system, inspired by the well-known historical fact that Napoleon favoured tucking his hand into his tunic.

    Hand-cut Angus Beef Tartare – $30

    We got to try some new menu items recently launched at Napolean, starting with a starter of Hand-cut Angus Beef Tartare. A classic appetizer though some of us may not be used to the finely chopped minced raw beef. Well-seasoned with capers, raw egg yolk, parmesan and topped with crispy truffle potatoes which was surprisingly addictive.

    Homemade Foie Gras Terrine – $32

    The Homemade Foie Gras Terrine was also a worthy mention – artfully plated and tasted rich and sweet. Served with Fruit Chutney, Monbazillac & Balsamic Reduction.

    Roasted Angus Beef Tenderloin – $32

    For the mains, we started with the Roasted Angus Beef Tenderloin. The slabs of beef tenderloin was very tender and we especially loved the Potato Gratin Dauphinois which was stacked beneath the beef. Served alongside a dash of carrot puree, it was an intricate balance of sweet and salty. Not forgetting we had a glass of bordeaux, St Emilion Grand Cru to go alongside, definitely ask for a wine recommendation from the friendly people at Napoleon.

    Creamy Lobster Risotto – $36

    Next was the Creamy Lobster Risotto, a creamy and rich dish to sinfully indulge in. Fairly decent in presentation, but it was simply flavoured with lobster chunks and the rice was tender to the touch.

    Shrimps Truffle Capellini – $21

    To round our choices from the mains, the Shrimps Truffle Capellini is a light dish to have which was not overwhelming, simply because of the type of thin pasta used. It was very well balanced with confit shrimps, seaweed and truffle oil.

    Duo Chocolate – $12

    The dessert items are something I always look forward to, and it truly did not disappoint. If you’ve already had a couple of drinks for the evening, consider trying their Duo of Chocolate. Priced quite affordably at $12, the combination of Chocolate Ganache and Mi-cuit Canele with Salted Caramel was simply to die for. It had all the surprising elements you can expect in a dessert, and more. Served with a scoop of Vanilla Gelato and a handful of ‘pop rocks’ which had the classic tingling sensation and popping as we took each bite.

    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar is just one of the merchants from the Entertainer offering 1,275 Buy One Get One Free offers for fine dining, modern & contemporary restaurants, cafés, nightspots, informal dining, attractions, leisure activities, spas, hotel accommodation and much more. The Entertainer App will definitely save you a lot especially if you are a foodie.
    What’s more, from the 1st May to 31st August 2015, Entertainer Members can enjoy 1-for-1 at more than 120 leading hotel partners!

    Awesome restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy 1-for 1 in this app includes Brewerkz, Carpenter and Cook, Da Paolo Bistro Bar, Fat Cow, Riders Cafe, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant and many more!
    Not forgetting that they have Beauty and Leisure deals too, for a full list of participating restaurants and outlets, check out the Entertainer’s website!

    Napoleon Food & Wine Bar
    206 Telok Ayer Street
    Singapore 068641
    Nearest MRT Station: Telok Ayer or Station Tanjong Pagar Exit G
    Contact Number: +65 6221 9282
    Opening Hours:
    Weekdays: 6:00pm – midnight
    Tuesday to Sunday: 08:00am -– 07:00pm
    Monday to Friday: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 5:00pm – 10:45pm
    Saturday: 6:00pm – midnight
    Closed on Sunday

    * This was a media invite and is written in collaboration with The Entertainer Singapore.

    With lots of love,
    Xue Wei
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    About the Author

    A foodie at heart, Xue Wei’s passion for food and travel translates to her daily snippets of her affairs on her blog and Instagram. A quality that’s reflected in features like her ‘Best Matcha-places to go’ and ‘16 Must Eat Taiwan Food’ in collection, where she hunts out the best hits in all of the places she’s been to. When she isn’t chasing her love for food and adventure, she enjoys photography, travelling, volunteering and spending quality time with her family.

    A foodie at heart, Xue Wei’s passion for food and travel translates to her daily snippets of her affairs on this website and Instagram. She enjoys quality family time and hopes to fulfil her dream to travel around the world with her loved ones.


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    90,000 Singapore’s Top 8 Rooftop Bars – Unique Singapore

    In a vibrant city with thousands of skyscrapers like Singapore, it’s not hard to find a rooftop bar. Some sites are located at an altitude of 200–250 m above sea level. You tilt your head – and below there are tankers the size of a toy boat, people the size of an ant, everything that is smaller disappears from sight. The world is at a glance! So below we list the must-see rooftop bars in Singapore.


    This bar is the tallest in the world, located in the open space of a skyscraper.The bar is a kind of multi-concept, 1-Altitude restaurants occupy from 61st to 63rd floors, but on the open roof there is the bar itself. In total, you find yourself at an altitude of 282 meters above sea level, with a stunning view of the night lights of Singapore and neighboring Malaysia. From the sky you are fenced off by exceptionally transparent glass curbs around the perimeter of the triangular roof. In the evenings, a relaxed atmosphere reigns here, light music plays. Guests can sit imposingly on the snow-white beds and contemplate the heavenly surface.Towards nightfall, the atmosphere heats up, a DJ enters the stage, music fills the space, and everything happens as in one famous song: “… stronger drinks, shorter words …”. There is a strict dress code here, so be sure to take care of a cocktail dress or club suit before visiting 1-Altitude.


    This bar is located on the 57th floor of the famous Marina Bay Sands complex. This is an ideal place to “see and show yourself to others.”Quality drinks, gourmet snacks, beautiful music, as well as a panoramic view of the city’s downtown and the Marina Bay promenade. Among other things, from the bar you can watch the evening show, which takes place on the waterfront daily at 20:00 and 21:30.


    Lantern Bar (translated from English “lantern”) gets its name from the Chinese name of Clifford Pier – “Red Lanterns Pier”. Once upon a time in the distant XIX was the landing site for the first immigrants in Singapore, and red lanterns were hung on the pier as a beacon for sailors. The image of red lanterns has survived in the interior to this day, but they, of course, have been replaced by modern counterparts, and this has nothing to do with the eponymous quarter in Amsterdam, which many might think of. We’re talking about Chinese red lanterns. Lantern is a very stylish rooftop bar at The Fullerton Bay Singapore, with tables lined up around the 25m pool.It also offers a breathtaking view of the Marina Bay promenade and the world famous Singapore skyscrapers. The bar is surrounded by lush greenery and the atmosphere is ablaze with the vibrant and sensual rhythms of live Cuban music. Lantern is famous for its signature Latin American and Caribbean cocktails. The wines are mostly also from Latin America or Spain, in addition to this a fine selection of champagne. For food, we recommend ordering grilled dishes, which are particularly juicy and delicious.


    The only bar in Singapore where you can play Beirut (also known as Beer Pong), an alcoholic game in which players throw a ping-pong ball across a table to hit a mug or glass of beer at the other end of it. table.

    The bar is located opposite the Raffles Hotel and offers excellent city views from the rooftop. It is a pleasure to get together with friends after work or show foreign guests who can taste specially created cocktails with Asian flavors and Singapore cuisine dishes and snacks.Do not forget to visit the vintage Mama Shop, or in other words, the folk art shop, which is also located in the bar.


    The bar is located on the roof of the Toy Museum and attracts with its unique design: vintage metal billboards, massive wooden furniture reminiscent of bygone eras.
    From the roof of Mr Punch you will not see the usual skyscrapers, but you can enjoy views of the colonial part of the city, unusual cocktails and a good selection of wines, which, by the way, have daily discounts.

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    The tallest brewery in the world, located at an altitude of 156 m. Beer is brewed here according to old authentic recipes that have been used for several centuries in a row. The “peasant table” is rightfully considered the highlight of the establishment: multiple pickles, snacks, sausage and what is the basis of natural rural food. Delight!


    A trendy bar located on the tallest supertree in Gardens by the Bay.In addition to the 360-degree panorama of the city, you can enjoy bird’s-eye views of the park, as well as a mesmerizing picture of the majestic Marina Bay Sands complex. The bar’s menu is a harmonious combination of Indo-Chinese and European dishes that will please even the most discerning guests. Be sure to order Vietnamese shrimp rice paper rolls served with the signature Indochine sauce, or opt for grilled chicken skewers with hot and sweet sauce.


    The Scarlet Boutique Hotel is housed in a 1924 shop house that harmoniously combines Art Deco and Oriental influences. Hidden on the roof of the hotel is the romantic Breeze bar-restaurant, whose owners have taken care of creating a cozy and intimate atmosphere: subdued lighting, private areas and tables nestled in the shade of trees, as well as quality lounge music that does not interfere with leisurely conversation.In addition to spectacular views of the rooftops of Chinatown houses, you can taste dishes with a Mediterranean flavor, whether it’s a dozen oysters for two, champagne or grilled meats. The evening promises to be memorable!

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    Best Viewpoint in Singapore Rooftop Bar 1-Altitude

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    When visiting Singapore, of course, I would like to look at this wonderful city, built with maximum feng shui in mind, from a height. And the choice of places for this is not small here. The city is rich in viewing platforms, and I think the bar is one of the best places to relax at an incredible height.

    Best Observation Deck in Singapore

    One Raffles Place is the tallest building in the country. It rises to 282 meters. From such a height, a stunning view of the bay and the center of Singapore opens up. There is a great rooftop bar with a 360 ° view of the city. The bar is considered the tallest outdoor bar in the world.

    In my opinion, this bar is better than the one in the Marina Bay hotel building. 1-Altitude is much higher. There is much more space and a richer interior, excellent bar and restaurant menus.And, of course, there is a better view here, since here it is circular and has a view not only of the center of Singapore, the Ferris wheel and super-trees, but also of the Marina Bay hotel itself, which you will not see when you are in the rooftop bar Marina Bay Sands.

    The restaurant and bar are located on different floors. 1-Altitude restaurants occupy floors 61 to 63, while the Long Bar itself is located on the open roof.

    During the day there are no people and the view is beautiful, but in the evening, when Singapore turns on its lights, it is simply gorgeous here.You can see super-trees with their multicolor backlighting, a Ferris wheel, and a luminous hotel Marina Bay Sands. But the place becomes partying and noisy, although this has its own atmosphere.

    Entrance to 1-Altitude Ticket office from the back of the building Take the elevator to the roof of the building

    Open-air bar View of Marina Bay Sands

    The price includes a free drink

    As you understand, I came in the afternoon. Consider this a life hack, at least for now, maybe something will change later.I was alone, all alone! Only the staff who cooked the bar in the evening. The entire observation deck was completely mine. Apparently few people know that during the day you can also visit, as an ordinary observation deck.

    I really like to go to sights where there is no crowd. It turns out to be deeply imbued with the place, relax, stop. Although it may be just my weakness for places with a view is being affected.

    I would also go to the bar, I’m sure there will be a pleasant atmosphere, judging by the reviews and photos, but there was simply no time.Who knew that there is so much to see in Singapore.

    Center of Singapore

    Awesome views of the baySome kind of building with plants insideBest observation deck in SingaporeBar 1-Altitude itselfAround the building are beautiful lawnsThere is a bar. Very high.

    The cost of visiting the observation deck

    From 8:30 am to 5:30 pm – entrance costs 25 SGD for an adult and 15 SGD for a child under 12 years old. The price includes a soft drink (coca-cola or juice). There is no dress code and there is no one in the bar.But, the lack of a dress code does not mean that you can come almost from the beach: in flip flops, beachwear. For famous places like this bar, choose the appropriate clothing for the occasion.

    You can buy a ticket at the box office. It so happens that the ticket office is closed during the day because the time to visit is not very popular. Then you need to go around the building, you will see the door, go in and explain to the building employee that you want to buy a ticket to visit the bar, they will open the ticket office and sell tickets.

    Tickets online →

    You can also buy tickets online to be sure.We go to the Klook website, register and buy tickets online for today or another date. Immediately after payment, you will receive a voucher by mail. It will need to be shown at the entrance on the phone screen.

    Cost of a visit to the bar

    After 18:00 entrance 35 SGD, the price includes 2 alcoholic drinks, which must be ordered immediately. The bar is open from 18:00 until the morning. There is an age restriction to enter after 6 pm: girls must be at least 18 years old, and young people must be at least 21 years old.The dress code is casual, but loyal: shorts, sneakers, a T-shirt and you can even wear a backpack. Specially asked, after reading horror stories in the internet, they thought that they would not be allowed. At about 6:30 pm, the sun begins to set and the city lights up. From a bird’s eye view, this is a magnificent sight.

    The bar list is excellent, the choice of drinks for every taste. Be sure to try the Narcissist, which features vodka, peach juice, lime, raspberry and rosemary.

    Towards night, the atmosphere in the bar heats up and takes on a scorching character.DJ, lights, fiery music and a sea of ​​cocktails. I advise girls to wear a cocktail dress, in which you will feel at your best.

    After 21:00 a chic restaurant opens and no one will be allowed to wear shorts, the dress code is smart casual “elegant everyday” or even more representative. Entrance costs 45 SGD, 2 drinks included. The restaurant will delight you with culinary delights and good live music.

    Rooftop parties take place on Friday and Saturday from 10pm to 4am.Entrance 30 SGD.

    You can buy an entrance ticket on the website, so that it does not turn out that you planned to go to a bar / restaurant, but they are not allowed there. This can be, for example, if the bar was rented for a private party / wedding, etc. When buying a ticket on the site, it is better to call the hotline and clarify whether the date you need is available, since this is not indicated on the site.

    You can buy tickets at the box office, it happens that the box office is closed during the day, because the time for visiting is not very popular.Then you need to go around the building and find the door. Go in and explain to the building employee that you want to buy a ticket to visit the bar
    , the ticket office will be opened for you and tickets will be sold.

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    It is very difficult to choose insurance now, therefore, to help all travelers, I compose my ratings: TOP for Asia and TOP for Schengen.

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