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FBEYE International Redefines French Elegance at Saint Pierre Restaurant Singapore

August 19, 2016 Dining No Comments Print Print Email Email

unnamed (8)FBEYE International is proud to announce the completion of its latest project – theelegant design of Saint Pierre, a modern French restaurant with pronounced Asian inspirations offering spectacular views of Marina Bay in Singapore.

Saint Pierre, which opened in Singapore in 2000, moved to its new location at One Fullerton in March 2016.Refined luxury awaits diners, with award-winning gastronomy crafted by Emmanuel Stroobant, Grand Chef ofRelais & Châteaux – a collection of 600 of the world’s best restaurants and hotels. Saint Pierre is the only restaurant in Singapore to be accorded membership of Relais & Chateaux, and the elegant interiors created by FBEYE perfectly match its status as a restaurant listed in the 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore.

Intimate Surroundings Exude Prestige

The 25-seat Saint Pierre restaurant offers a spacious and airy bay-view ambience during the day, while seamlessly transforming into an intimate venue, cocooned away from the bustling streets and quayside surroundings in the evening. The restaurant also features a stylish private dining room for up to eight guests.

The splendid entrance introduces diners to Saint Pierre’s esteemed wine collection, renowned alongside its epicurean cuisine. A wall of wines, both vintage and new world, is combined with champagnes from several regions of France to evoke subtle complementary pleasures of the dining experience.

Inside, the main dining area features an open floor plan with two semi-private dining areas at the rear of the restaurant, flanked by a striking copper wall, a signature of Saint Pierre that FBEYE created for the previous restaurant in Central Mall back in 2009.

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The newly-renovated Saint Pierre Restaurant offers guests spectacular views of the iconic Marina Bay, Singapore

Attentive Detailing Highlight Classic French Charm

Meticulous detailing throughout including brass trims, inserts and handles highlight the dark hues of the furnishings and walls and effortlessly offsets the delicate dishes that emerge from the award-winning kitchen. A bold carpet pattern with gold accents is inspired by the Art Deco period and by classical Feng Shui, singling out key points within the restaurant.

Two private booths are surrounded by a copper wire-effect decorative sheer, whilst beautifully upholstered, high-back chairs reside under white linen table-cloths and silver plates. Overhead, theatrical lighting adds tangible charm to the enticing interior with alabaster discs lit by filament bulbs.

Warren Foster-Brown, Managing Director of FBYEYE states: “It was a privilege to work closely once again with the estimable Chef Emmanuel Stroobant and his team at Saint Pierre to create an alluring new restaurant that fuses creative new elements and adaptations of design motifs used at the previous restaurant in Singapore.”

“In addition to the stunning new Saint Pierre restaurant, FBEYE also worked on two other designs for restaurants listed in the 2016 Singapore Michelin Guide. Jaan at Swissôtel The Stamford received a one Michelin star, andShoukouwa at One Fullerton was awarded two Michelin stars. FBEYE is proud to have been a part of these projects, and congratulates these talented chefs and their restaurant teams,” adds Foster-Brown.

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