Media Tasting at So France

So France, welcomes contemporary French bistro experience with a brand new look and all-new menus. Presenting a new alfesco terrasse as well as classic flavours set to impress the diners, holding true to their philosophy of “innocative tradition”.


Salad is an interesting staple of a balanced diet with a large variety of possible add-ons. Unlike the typical salad offerings like smoked salmon salad, egg salad etc. So France has introduced Salade Landaise with three cured meats including duck gizzards, foie gras and succulent cured duck breast on a bed of house green, topped with tomatoes, walnuts and croutons and drizzled with balsamic vinegar and olive oil. The duck gizzard is first confit in duck fat then roasted to order. This flavourful salad will excite your taste buds that may even please non-vegetable lovers.

Salade Landaise at S$24.


Oeufs Meurette is a traditional Burgundian dish of poached eggs in a rich and flavourful homemade red wine sauce. Sweet with a touch of savoury from the bite size bacon. Pssst, the sourdough bread at the bottom has soaked all the goodness of the sauce.

Oeufs Meurette at S$22.


Farmed sea bass fillet rolls on the bed of broccoli puree and broccolini mash with balsamic reduction. Crisp skin with firm and mild-flavoured meat, full of healthy herby green flavours.

Filet de Bar / Sea Bass Filet at S$28.



The French typically make rillettes from duck. The delicious spread is made up of duck leg meat marinated for four hours, rinsed and sous vide and rested for about 26 hours before shredded. The spread has incorporated with very cold duck fat, making a delectable spread on croutons. Without hesitation, we have also finished the jar of cornichons (fermented cucumbers). Added crunch and piquancy to any of the dishes from beef burger to duck confit and everything in between for a bite unlike any other.

Duck Rillettes at S$15.


While the meat is red, Chef has let it rest. Although meat is red but it’s cooked. A decent crisp skin with a layer of fats undernealth. Duck confit is packed full of flavours and balanced with roasted Grenaille potatoes and seasoned with mildly hot espelette pepper.

Confit de Canard / Duck Confit at S$32.


Fancy for a beef patty with a mix of brisket and chuck on custom sourdough bun? A little disappointment as the beef patty was a little dry and lack of taste. The mustard sauce is brillant, adding a nice touch of sourness to the patty. I’ve enjoyed the skins-on baked fries.

So France Beef Burger at S$24.



We love this smooth and creamy mashed potato with the right consistency.

Side dish Pureé / Mash Potatoes at S$8.


Exquisitely rich and elegant egg custard with a thin layer of crackly sugar top.

Vanilla Crème Brûlée at S$12.


A dreamy, airy and soft meringue that looked like marshmallow. The meringue is a melt-in-your-mouth delight in lightly sweet creme anglaise.

Floating Island at S$12.

*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.

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How to go So France
Operating Hours

Monday to Thursday 8AM–9PM
Friday 8AM–10PM
Saturday 9AM–10PM
Sunday 9AM–6PM

Address and Contact

7 Fraser Street Duo Galleria #01-51/56 Bugis MRT, Singapore 189356

Phone +65 6909 6449

Reservation is allowed.

Travel and Parking

Parking available at Parkview Square Carpark.

Travel via public transport.

Exit F;
Walk 281 m (about 7 minutes) to DUO Galleria.
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