Dish made at Saint Pierre in Singapore.
Emmanuel Stroobant Group

Saint Pierre


Chef Emmanuel Stroobant believes fine dining shouldn’t be just for adults. Kids should enjoy the experience too. That’s why he offers a children’s menu at his restaurant Saint Pierre. In 2019, Saint Pierre was awarded two Michelin stars. A Michelin star is one of the most important honors in the world of gourmet food. The restaurant specializes in French cuisine with Asian-inspired touches. The children’s menu includes the same range of tastes—salty, sweet, sour, and bitter—that many grown-up menus offer. To keep the children’s menu fresh, Stroobant changes it every three to four months. And kids can even see how the chefs prepare their unique dishes. “All young guests at Saint Pierre are invited to pop into the kitchen,” Stroobant says. —Rebecca Mordechai

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