An intimate Parisian bistro steakhouse located on quaint Duxton Hill, offering classic French bistro fare. The “Plat Du Jour” at L’Entrecôte is the Trimmed Entrecôte Steak ($34.90 for 190g) paired with a generous (and refillable) serving of L’Entrecôte’s famed secret sauce, a thick, creamy butter-based sauce made from a fiercely-guard recipe that dates all the way back to the 1930s. Served with walnut green salad in mustard dressing and unlimited French fries, the signature steak comes in two separate portions where the second half arrives when you’re almost finished with the first. If you can’t get enough, go for the 300g XXL portion ($54.90), best paired L’Entrecôte’s list of fine French wines
Beyond steak frites, there’s a selection of cold cuts and cheese platters next to classic French bistro starters and 15 kinds of desserts. Start with the classic French onion soup with cheese toasts ($10), Escargots de Bourgogne (snails prepared with parsley butter and garlic, $16), or Oven Baked Beef Marrow ($19) with grilled buttered sourdough from Do.Main Bakery; and end with authentic vanilla bean ice cream French profiteroles ($15) served with hot chocolate sauce, or L’Entrecôte’s signature dessert Coulant Caramel Au Beurre Sale (salty butter caramel lava cake, $16) served a la minute. For a lighter, refreshing dessert, get two scoops of sorbets with complimenting liquor ($17) such as Limoncello and raspberry liquor with raspberry or lemon sorbet.