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8 Best Cheese-Based French food in Singapore

France means cheese! Cheese is a must in French gastronomy, with its infinitesimal variation there is something for every taste, from mild cheeses such as Gruyère and Comté to strong cheeses such as Camembert or Brie. The So Chic and HungryGoWhere teams have put together a list of 14 best cheese-based French food in Singapore! Discover the list here!

Cheese platter

Gruyère, Camembert, Roquefort, Brie, goat cheese, Comté… The cheese platter is a good way to discover the most famous cheeses in France. French people usually eat cheese with a baguette of bread and sweet dishes such as dried fruit or chutney. Accompanied by friends and a glass of wine, the tasting will be even better! Welcome to the French “apéro”!

Location: Bar-A-Thym

Baked Camembert

The roasted camembert comes from Normandy in northwestern France. It is delicious because the cheese is baked in the oven, which makes it soft and creamy. The French dip their toasted bread in it, like a mini fondue, and add honey. To be enjoyed with several people, as an appetizer.

Location: So France

Warm goat cheese salad

The warm goat cheese salad is perfect for those who want to eat healthy with a pinch of savouriness. The hot goat cheese can be enjoyed on a toasted bread slice of bread with a drizzle of honey. The salad brings freshness and the nuts crunchiness.

Location: Bistro du Vin

Cheese ravioli

It is true that raviolis are a traditional Italian dish, but the French have personalised it in their own way. These cheese raviolis are a speciality of the Dauphiné region in the Rhône Alpes in France. It is dumpling pasta filled with various cheese, like Tête de Moine, and herbs.

Location: Brasserie Gavroche

Roquefort cheese sauce

Steak frites is a traditional dish in Parisian bistros. The French generally eat the meat “bleu“, the inside is raw and the outside is browned in the pan. To accompany the meat, the choice of sauces is varied from pepper sauce to mayonnaise, but Roquefort sauce remains a must-try. This blue cheese melts fully under the palate and leaves a light salty taste.

Location: Les Bouchons

Croque Monsieur

Croque-monsieur (literally Sir Crunches) is very well known in France, and the children love it! It is toasted bread scraped with cheese. Inside there is ham, Gruyère and fresh cream. Add an egg on top and it turns into a croque-madame (Madam Crunches)!

Location: Merci Marcel

Tomato and goat cheese tart

This tart is perfect for a sunny day and the outdoors because it is light and refreshing. Tomatoes bring a beautiful red colour and fresh goat cheese taste. Take a bite and travel to Provence, in the south of France. This tart can also be eaten with courgettes, aubergines or peppers.

Location: Le Petit Paris

Truffle parmesan fries

The subtle flavour of white truffle oil and the strong taste of Parmesan cheese go perfectly with French fries. To be enjoyed with good meat or as an appetizer.

Location: Ginett

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