Dining at the impeccably stylish Le Tonkin will transport you back to French colonial splendour, thanks to its wonderful setting and its exquisite cuisine that gives equal nods to its French and Vietnamese influences and philosophies. Named after the mountainous region of North Vietnam, Le Tonkin offers a largely Vietnamese menu with the inclusion of some French classics. Must-trys here include the grilled seabass, the pho, and the signature dessert, a coconut crème brûlée served with ginger candy and green tea.
Located in the fine boutique hotel The Club, Le Tonkin’s Ann Siang Hill location plays in wonderfully with the old-world charm it evokes. Its courtyard dining space makes full use of the shophouse’s nostalgic feel, while the rooftop alfresco area is smartly attired in striped black and white furniture, alluding to colonial architecture.