Poulét: New dishes and new outlets
Best known for their rich flavoured succulent French roast chicken brined for a full day in the house’ secret recipe, Poulét is delighting its fans further with the launch of four new enticing dishes and the opening of two new outlets in the heartlands.
The signaure Poulét Rosti ($17.80/half, $30.80/whole), is a roast chicken delight to enjoy with homemade mushroom chardonnay sauce, cranberry Sauce and double mustard. Tender and juicy, brimming with flavour from being primed with Poulét traditional recipe for a day then slow roasted in the rostisserie. To top it off, Poulét has launched a new Poulét ala Orange ($17.80/half, $30.80/whole) served on a bed of sautéed purple cabbage and streaky bacon. Beautifully glazed and gracefully set in the celebrative zesty citrus base with a hint of cool thyme.
Other new dishes is the must-try Hachi Parmentier ($7.90), a hot baked skillfully braised oxtail, thick tomato fondue and creamy smooth mashed potato gratin. It is a perfect tasty combination of the robust oxtail with the smooth gratin. Given the popularity of truffle fries, Poulét has create the Truffle Mashed Potato ($5.80), freshly mashed potato infused with the essence of fragrant truffle. This is a good non-fried, somewhat less fattening alternative to indulge your graving. There’s also a new dessert, the evergreen Crème Brulee ($8.80),caramelized sugar on smooth egg custard infused with Tahiti vanilla pod.
If you’re new to Poulét’s food, the menu has classic French dishes like Escargot de Bourgogne ($8.80), half dozen Burgundy snails in almond garlic butter served with tomato fondue and the French signature braised duck leg in sweet wine sauce with cranberry, Braise de Canard ($15.80). Other interesting non-chicken mains include braised spanish Iberico Pork Belly ($($15.80), Mediterranean Stew Lamb Shank ($15.80) infused with orange or pressure-cooked Oxtail de Bourguignon ($15.80) in red wine sauce. Profiteroles ($7.80) is a delicious interesting dessert not to be missed. The choux puffs paired with almond flakes, chocolate sauce and vanilla ice-cream is especially good if you prefer your dessert not overtly sweet. There’s also desserts with tropical flavour such as Banana Bread Pudding ($6.80) and soy Panna Cotta ($6.80) served with longan.
Since its recent opening in Raffles City, Poulét continues its expansion by bringing its food to the heartlands. The Bedok Mall branch has just opened and the Westgate branch, in increasingly bustling Jurong, will be opening before 2014. Just in time for its fans to enjoy the festive season even without having to go to the city and at wallet friendly prices.
Available at all Poulét outlets
Operating Hours: 11:30am to 10pm
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