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A french culinary affair

Restaurant Jag, an intimate 26-seater French restaurant housed in a restored shophouse in Singapore.
Restaurant Jag, an intimate 26-seater French restaurant housed in a restored shophouse in Singapore.

Michelin-starred chef Jérémy Gillon and Anant Tyagi have collaborated on a new open-concept French fine dining restaurant in Singapore that is now available for imitate-sized private events.

The two-storey restored shophouse along Duxton Road houses Restaurant Jag and The Lounge Bar, offers a taste of France's Savoie with freshly-flown herbs and produce from the region.

When it comes to creating a unique dining experience, meeting planners can expect one-of-a-kind personalised menus, developed personally with Chef Gillon. The restaurant sources its produce directly from Northern France as well as from local independent producers, including over 40 herbs from the Savoie region. 

The bar, helmed by Yong Siang Neo a.k.a. Y.S., will be serving up a range of tipples that showcase unique ingredients and uses independent, small-batch craft spirits. 

In addition to lunch and dinner seatings, planners can also treat guests to a fine selection of caviars paired with a bottle of champagne and a dedicated whiskey experience featuring American, Japanese, Irish, Scottish labels. 

Guests will also appreciate the bespoke touches that adorn the restaurant, from a custom wooden trolley from Singapore's Kjung Woodwork to stonework from Hot Spring Stone, a domestic supplier to glasswork from Kimura in Japan. 

Restaurant Jag has a dining area that can seat 26 guests, five lounge tables for 18, a four-seater and six-seater Chesterfield sofas and a bar seating for five. Customised seating for events can also be arranged.