I'll skip the interesting stories about how Bruno Ménard used to run a 3 Michelin starred French restaurant in Tokyo and fate has relegated him onto our sunny shores to run a burger/sandwich joint (9 Scotts Road, #01-04/05/06 Pacific Plaza, tel : +65 6238 5549) these days. Google does that a lot better than me.
What I would prefer to do is to talk about the food. Do I like it? Yes, it was pretty tasty. The dry aged beef burger with Comte cheese and sauteed onions was impressively one of the better, juicier and beefier pink medium rare doneness burger that I've had in a while. In a light, soft and airy bun. It's one of those things that you sink your teeth into and then quietly exclaim to yourself, "wow!". I couldn't deny too that those toastoo things which are buckwheat crepes were quite nicely made up as well. I had the one stuffed with smoked salmon, cheese and spinach. The food was all freshly made and arrived hot. And juicy.
What I felt didn't work for me were the dainty portions. Too damned small for a hungry person was my first impression and I could easily do three of those toastoos for breakfast. And that would make it a rather expensive breakfast. Ditto for the burger which probably had one of the smallest non slider patty I've come across.
Service was fairly good and the food was great. I'd like to give it another shot someday. Maybe.