The most awarded restaurant of 2017. Odette is a new mecca for art lovers and foodies alike. The beautiful synergy between the impeccably delicate dishes and the visual energy of the space is nothing short of divine.
Its little wonder any and every accolade on the Singapore gastronomic scene of late is singing the praises of this little slice of divinity at The National Gallery.
Named after the beloved grandmother of head chef-owner, Julien Royer, Odette is a new mecca for art lovers and foodies alike. The beautiful synergy between the impeccably delicate dishes and the visual energy of the space is nothing short of divine.
Led by Singaporean artist, Dawn Ng, the body of art within the walls and aerial installation in the main dining hall is simply stunning. The works explore the visual beauty of raw ingredients from Royer’s kitchen, and work together to create a spectacular symphony of shapes and forms that float and settle, drift and pirouette.
Now to the food. Royer describes his impeccable menu as a place where every ingredient has a purpose, and “is treated with the utmost care to highlight its purest flavours”. Beyond creating signature dishes, its clear his passion to source the very best produce to underscore the cuisine.
Odette is truly an experience to had, perfect for a special occasion or meal to impress.
Odette 1 St. Andrew’s Road
#01-04 National Gallery of Singapore
Phone: +65 6385 0498