Les Amis was born on 15 March 1994
Les Amis – www.lesamis.com.sg – doesn’t do things by halves. Especially when it comes to wine.
The Michelin 3 Star restaurant does not have a handful or merely a sprinkling of half-bottles. In has 150 labels in the small format.
Little wonder, therefore, that Singapore’s first French fine dining restaurant outside of a hotel has scooped US publication Wine Spectator Grand Award since 1996. Just two years after Les Amis was born on 15 March 1994.
Located on 1 Scotts Road in Shaw Centre, Les Amis boasts 8,000 bottles (including large formats) encompassing 2,500 labels.
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The Michelin 3 Star restaurant boasts 8,000 bottles encompassing 2,500 labels, 150 of which are in half-bottle
Pampered in temperature and humidity controlled storage, the wines are mostly Champagne, Burgundy and Bordeaux, but also from other regions in France, Europe, and the New World.
Here’s a small selection of Les Amis’s 150 wines in half-bottle (++ refers to 10% Service Charge and 7% GST).
Delamotte, Brut S$110++
Krug, Grande Cuvée, Brut S$250++
Meursault, Henri Boillot 2017 S$145++
Sancerre, Le Tournebride, Vincent Gaudry 2018 S$70++
Château Lafite Rothschild 1996 S$1,990++
Château Margaux 1990 S$2,100++
Vosne-Romanée, D’Eugénie 2011 S$145++
Chambertin Clos de Bèze Grand Cru, Henri Boillot 2010 S$495++
Tenuta San Guido, Sassicaia, Bolgheri DOC, Toscana 2004 S$350++
Château Suduiraut 2001 S$300++
Monbazillac, Cuvée Madame, Château Tirecul de la Gravière 1994 S$550++
Joh.Jos.Prüm, Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Beerenauslese Goldkapsel 1989 S$4,500++
Oremus, Tokaji Eszencia 1975 S$1,800++
Carpineto, Farnito Vin Santo, Toscana 1996 S$140++