An intimate event space with an Alpine-influenced menu

Dining room

The six-month-old Restaurant Jag is the brainchild of Michelin-star chef Jérémy Gillon and managing director Anant Tyagi.

Tucked among Duxton’s shophouses, the fine-dining restaurant presents a menu built around 40 herbs – air-flown from the mountainsides in Savoie, France – paired with seasonal ingredients.

For instance, bouleau is the star in a mushroom and foie gras dish; carvi garnishes a plate of lamb and purple artichoke; while sureau can be found in a white chocolate-and-beetroot dessert.

The dining room seats a maximum of 26 guests. For corporate buyouts of the space, lunch will cost S$2,500++ (US$1,840) and dinner S$5,000++.

A bar on level two puts the spotlight on cocktails made from the same 40 herbs handpicked by Gillon, in addition to whiskeys, gins, sakes, and over 230 types of wines.

The bar has a separate entrance, so two separate buyouts are also possible. Seating capacity in the lounge is 23, but it can be customised to suit the event type to accommodate up to around 40 pax.

For buyout of the whole venue, afternoons would cost S$4,000++, while prices in the evening start from S$7,500++.

For corporate and private bookings, enquiries can be made at (65) 3138 8477.

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