What do you think about Ginett is raising the steaks, with the perfect cut for everyone?

Discover the joys of dry-aged beef at Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar as Executive Chef Sylvain Royer introduces a brand new Dry Ager fridge to the kitchen, that is bound to kick the flavour of the humble steak up multiple notches.

Eat your way through France - a country as diverse as its cheeses - with a wider variety of imported Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) cheeses, and indulge in affordable weekday lunch deals complete with hearty European favourites and healthy salad bowls.

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Choosing to work only with passionate Australian beef producers such as Rangers Valley, O’Connor Beef and Stockyard since day one, Ginett has since grown a sterling reputation for its confident prime cut selection of Black Angus beef from down under - which until today has needed nothing more than a good sear on the charcoal grill, while constantly impressing guests with its consistency, flavour, tenderness and succulence.

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With the introduction of dry-aging; a process where meat goes through a natural stage of tenderising itself with its own enzymes to reach the perfect texture and flavour; the large, evenly distributed fat content that’s typically characteristic of the Australian Black Angus can now transform the meat into an impeccable umami-powerhouse, with a melt-in-your-mouth texture that’s pure beefy bliss.

Diners can now enjoy their favourite prime cuts of pure Black Angus beef that has been aged for an optimum period of four to six weeks in Ginett’s new dry-aging fridge, then grilled in a Spanish-imported Mibrasa charcoal oven - further intensifying the flavours with deep, rich smokiness of charcoal and embers.

Ginett’s dry-aged specials begin from S$46++ and are available in prime cuts of Black Angus beef such as rib-eye, striploin and prime rib.

Affordable Lunch Deals

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Take a well-deserved midday break with Ginett’s affordable weekday lunch deals. Choose a main with either a starter or a dessert and enjoy a two-course set lunch from S$15++. Available from 11.00am to 3.00pm from Monday to Friday.

Go on a health kick without sacrificing on flavour with a selection of affordable salad bowls that begin from S$8++, which add-on proteins and soft drink options. Go for the fail-proof Special Caesar of romaine lettuce tossed with parmesan, croutons, fried capers in a creamy Caesar dressing.

Have a taste of fall’s harvest with Harvest Cobb - a toss-up of roasted pumpkin, hard-boiled egg, tomatoes, corn, purple cabbage, croutons and mixed salad in a Thousand Island dressing. For some spice in your life, opt for the Chilito Bowl (Mexican Style) of spicy quinoa, guacamole, pepper, black beans, fresh tomato salsa, corn chips, green olives, romaine lettuce lathered in a spicy piquillo dressing.

Ginett is a contemporary restaurant and wine bar in Singapore’s historic Arts District. Situated at 200 Middle Road, Ginett is a go-to destination for guests looking for a relaxing yet buzzy escape. Hearty European favourites, superb French wines from $6 a glass all day long, quick and easy set lunches and late weekend brunches, are all part of Ginett’s wide-ranging offering, making it a memorable and accessible experience for everyone.

*All prices quoted are subject to prevailing government taxes and service charge.

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Richard
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681 comments
30 April 2019
Amazing experience and a whole new understand of your'cuts' of meat. Awesome. Discover the joys of dry-aged beef at Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar as Executive Chef Sylvain Royer introduces a brand new Dry Ager fridge to the kitchen, that is bound to kick the flavour of the humble steak up multiple notches.

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Alexander
INFLUENCER
15 comments
24 April 2019
Singapore has long cried out for a stylish and magnificent bistro and Ginette hits that sweet spot. The chef is exactly as you would expect a French chef to be - ebullient and charming, as well as loaded with a full retinue of marvellous stores about cooking across Asia. The food is properly bistro style - apparently, the word bistro comes from the Russian troops who occupied Paris following the Napoleonic Wars and bystro means fast in Russian. Fable has it that they would yell this at the hapless restauranteurs who took too long to serve them. The charcoal grill is a winner - La Côte de Boeuf is epic and a sure fire date night extravagance - especially washed down with a bottle of Château Beau Site, St.Estèphe. Alternatively, go for an easy lunch and try the salad bowls are a healthier option and we really liked the Umami Grain Bowl. Wine is from $6 a glass - it's pretty good - and you can get a proper glass of fizz from $12. All in all Ginette is a great place to either go for a drink or have a fully blown 3 course French dinner. Just as a proper bistro/brasserie should be - but without the napery.

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Sylvia
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24 comments
24 April 2019
We love the ambience of Ginett's - funky, buzzy and really great food. Their high chairs are comfortable and lend a casual air to the restaurant. I love their daily specials and cheap French wines! Can't imagine drinking such reasonably priced, good wines in Singapore!!! We now go back often to try different things on the menu. Staff are friendly and efficient. It is like going to my local. I love it!!!

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