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1 Nanson Road The Gallery Hotel | #02-02A Gallery Hotel, Singapore 238909, Singapore
+65 6836 1613
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11 Apr 2011
“Outstanding, original cuisine. A great place for a special dinner.”
28 Nov 2010
“Small intimate place for lunch”
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French, Japanese, European, Fusion
1 Nanson Road The Gallery Hotel | #02-02A Gallery Hotel, Singapore 238909, Singapore
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Reviewed 11 April 2011

Matsu is THE restaurant in Singapore we take friends and visitors to for a special evening. While the menu will contain items familiar to most lovers of Japanese food, the preparation is unique and a winner every time. Chef Matsu prepares every dish individually to...More

3  Thank kenIII
Epicureinfinite, Manager at Matsu, responded to this reviewResponded 13 April 2011

It was GREAT having you touch base with us. We are really humbled that you had a good time. Thank you for your wonderful review, it will spur us on indeed!

Reviewed 28 November 2010

Wen there with a friend of mine for lunch in late September at opening hours, so there wasn't any people there. The service was pretty good since we were the only people (although more arrived when we finished eating). We had the 6 course meal,...More

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Reviewed 28 June 2010

Went to Matsu for a company lunch. The service was impeccable and the food was french cuisine at its finest. Had the Starter of 6 teasers: the seabass brandade and the capellini was really delicious....fresh ingredients and the seasoning was just right. Pumpkin soup was...More

1  Thank hls_maxwell
Reviewed 21 June 2010

I went to Matsu about two weeks ago and the experience left me pleasantly surprised. The quiet little restaurant, located on the second level of Gallery Hotel, serves a mean selection. The food took some time to be prepared because there was only one chef,...More

2  Thank watashiwaevie
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  • Address: 1 Nanson Road The Gallery Hotel | #02-02A Gallery Hotel, Singapore 238909, Singapore
  • Location: Asia  >  Singapore  >  Singapore>  > The Quays
  • Neighbourhood: The Quays
  • Phone Number: +65 6836 1613
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Matsu is a hidden find, tucked away on the second floor of Gallery Hotel.It is the only successfully French-Japanese fusion restaurant for miles around, popular for its great food, excellent service and value-for-money experience. A good wine list accompanies the good food.
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