Grab & Go (Daily)
6:30am to 8.00pm
Food Service (Daily)
12.00pm to 10.00pm (last order 9.30pm)
Bar Service (Daily)
12.00pm to 2:00am (last order 1.30am)
Happy Hour: 5pm to 8pm (last order 7.45pm)
Aged limit for alcohol consumption
18 years old (male & female)
- Disabled Access
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Stamford Brasserie
The Stamford Brasserie is an all-in-one dining destination that brings to life the charm and exuberance of a classic French brasserie. The stylish tri-concept outlet, first in the hotel to run completely plastic-free, is conveniently located on the ground floor of Swissôtel The Stamford and comprises a Grab-and-Go, All-day Dining Restaurant and Beer Bar.
The venue’s tasteful décor is a feast for the eyes, featuring a mix of traditional vintage appeal interspersed with industrial-chic contemporary touches. Also incorporated is an open kitchen and bar, where diners can witness lively bistro cooking in action.
A perfect refueling stop in the heart of the city, will love the welcoming ambience and versatility of the Brasserie at different times of the day. With its diverse menu options, from robust coffees and fresh hearty meals on-the-go to home-style bistro favourites and satisfying craft beers in an intimate yet cheerful setting, The Stamford Brasserie is the ideal fit to one’s daily routine.
I'd hoped the Stamford Brasserie would provide a good mid-range relaxed dining option at Raffles City but unfortunately I don't think this venue fills that need. There was water dripping from the aircon vent above my seat throughout my meal and when I pointed this out to a waiter he offered me some serviettes. Service is rather sleepy, all the waiting staff congregated around the food assembly area chatting, and didn't come around proactively to check that everything was OK with the meal. The menu is quite varied and it's clear that this could be quite an exciting dining space with better managerial supervision and training for the staff. It's a pity that a top-end hotel chain has come up with such a mediocre dining outlet.
The payment took too long to be settled (~25 mins). It would be much better if it was a lot faster
First time at the Brasserie. Was my brother-in-law's and niece's birthday meal. Had made reservations way in advance but was a little surprised to be seated right next to the glass door entrance (people walking in and out to look see) when the whole place was empty. The staff who attended to us was attentive and made good recommendations. The starters (asparagus salad, mushroom ragout, prawn toast, criss cross fries) were good. Every last bit was polished off. For mains we had the ribs, pulled pork sandwich, burger, chicken kebab and the barramundi. Thumbs up for ribs, pulled pork and barramundi. Burger was okay. The chicken kebab was served late as the wrong chicken order had been placed by the staff...maybe it was hurried and didn't quite hit the spot. Desserts were a chocolate-something with yoghurt ice cream and some lemon tart - lemon tart scored, chocolate thingy didnt. The Brasserie has a decent collection of craft beers which we sampled. Not bad. Prices are on the steep side but overall, maybe okay for an occasion meal.
Even though I have already specifically made reservation the table I wanted, I was not given by the waitress. No doubt the table was empty. I was told the table was being reserved. That the reservation was made by me. That made me and by guest annoyed. By reluctance the waitress finally gave in to my appeal. What a bad experience I had to go through, was wanting to watch a beautiful game of world cup soccer. Terrible service I have to say.
Made a booking to watch the World Cup, and asked specifically for a table in front of the TV screen. I was told yes, there was a spot, and it would be “three tables away from the screen”. Which would have been fine. But when I arrived, the table was to one side of the screen, at an acute angle! Would have appreciated more accuracy and honesty - could have had a better viewing experience elsewhere. Food orders during this period should be extended beyond 930pm - matches go on till 4am after all! Small bites like shepherds pie would be very suitable. Instead, there is only a limited menu of snack-type items. I ordered crispy fish skin - described as coming with “salted egg yolk and crustacean crispy puffs” or some such. It took over half an hour to arrive, and only after two reminders - and tasted worse than something out of a packet. Not crispy, not fresh-fried, though your wait staff insisted it was homemade. We sent it back and cancelled the order. Very disappointing.
My first visit & I am impressed wif the food quality & service rendered. Keep it up! :)
Well decorated, feels like a European brasserie. Food is good, we have tried several dishes and they were all better than we expected, including pastries. Room for improvement: 1. Staff is friendly and willing to help, but they clearly need to improve service (why do we need to ask for plates when we obviously are sharing dishes etc.). As the Brasserie opened recently, let's be patient! 2. They stop serving food way to early, 9:30. One more hour is required if you want to be a real brasserie. 3. Also, some of the wine is available only for take away, which is weird...
The online booking system did not work and the service staff weren’t the most pleasant. We asked for iced water but didn’t get it throughout the whole meal. The restaurant wasn’t even that busy, service staff should be more attentive and proactive. Also the portion of mushroom soup seemed less than the last time I came, perhaps be more consistent with the amount of soup being given? Other than that, the chicken kebab and pulled pork sandwich was great! The bbq ribs were not the best, it could use more sauce and also more ribs. The burger was normal, not extraordinary.
The service and food was really good! I personally liked the potato toast and mushroom soup. Kudos to the team for surprising my friend with a birthday dessert too. Will definitely be back!
The waitress is very attentive and the food is excellent. It’ll be better if they have promotions as well such as a set lunch or dinner.
Beer-pairing Dinner Perhaps I had overly high expectations because of the location. The best dishes were the first two - the rice crackers (I feel that more work went into that dip than the fish or ribs) and olives - and everything else was either average or disappointing. The saddest dish was the ribs, lacking juicyness and smokey flavours, they tasted like they were defrosted and warmed up in a microwave oven. Perhaps it was because there were two events running concurrently, or the kitchen isn't used to producing main courses, but the food really left a lot to be desired.
Table too small, was forced to eat the food before serving another one. The serving of each dish is too fast, the event is 7-10pm, when the 2nd last course is served, it is only 825pm. Food and drinks are good and high quality.
Staffs were helpful and friendly.
The booking process was quite tedious: why do you need a credit card guarantee for a booking in a brasserie? Especially when it is so empty... The choice of beers was nice, but the cold cut platter had so little on it for its price (2 slices of bread, really?). We ended up going to a real French brasserie for dinner.
Food was great however Took long to get staff attention and whom at times were busy chatting
My friends and me had a great time catching up over good food and beer...
The restaurant is newly opened, thus we went to try it out. Labelled as a 'brasserie', the french-ness of the place just ends with name. Nothing on the menu is remotely French. The restaurant is essentially a large bar, with some tables by the sides. The food was mediocre and portions were small for the price. Service was smooth, but could be more attentive. The round tables were much too small to have dinner on. This is more of a drinks and snacks kind of place. Happy Hour drinks are cheap. For Amex/Far Card customers, take note that the Love Dining promotion for 2pax here is only 20% instead of the usual 50%.