619 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Score

8.2
619 reviews
Recommended
(8.3)
Food
(8.2)
Service
(8.5)
Value for money
(7.6)
Atmosphere
(8.0)

dined on Thu, 6 Jun 2019

(6)
Portions were generous. Service was nice and pleasant. While the food was OK, nothing particularly special that would cause me to come back.

dined on Fri, 31 May 2019

(9)
Lovely meal and terrific, friendly service. Will be back

dined on Fri, 31 May 2019

(6)
Food over priced.. and quality not matched. Not worth to go even half price. Disappointed.

dined on Thu, 30 May 2019

(8)
La Grillade's new location is well worth a visit. Great to have the option to eat outdoors. Service is exceptional (as it always has been) and food is still excellent quality and good value. Such a bonus that BYO is permitted. New decor is interesting, although foyer has a slightly unfinished feel to it.

dined on Thu, 30 May 2019

(8)
Excellent restaurant. The service was friendly and professional. I was steered toward main and desserts that satisfied me immensely. The beef bourguignon was earthy and rich. The steak was a perfect medium rare and juicy. I would recommend La Grillade.

dined on Sun, 26 May 2019

(8)
We checked out the new location of this old favourite. Food is good as ever. Whilst the new location is not as cosy as the previous venue, the warm service more than make up for the difference !

dined on Sat, 25 May 2019

(10)
Guests enjoyed the Coq au Vin with a Pinot noir from a private cellar and Most Chandon to start. Service 2nd to none.
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About La Grillade

French charm! We have moved! You can now find us at LEVEL 1, 332 MILITARY ROAD, CREMORNE PLAZA, CREMORNE. La Grillade has been an unassuming gourmet retreat for almost a quarter of a Century. Behind the vintage oak farmhouse door is a sumptuous slice of provincial France: rustic exposed beams, an earthy combination of soft reds and greys, and service staff who grace each table with personality and charm. The name ‘La Grillade’ is anything but pompous, and it encapsulates the kind of place where lively conversation flows as freely as a beautiful glass of burgundy. The menu features French classics like duck liver pate, escargot, coq au vin, creme brulee, all of which have been cooked to perfection. You can also opt for their three course set menu which is well priced at $66 per person. For a night that will transport you to the rolling fields of Provence head to La Grillade. Best dish: twice cooked duck breast glazed with sweet and sour cherries.

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