Available every weekend is Ginett’s brunch feast, paired with a free-flow bloody mary, mimosa and muscadet.

If you’ve not been to Hotel G’s Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar, their T.U.F (Till U’re Full) Brunch Feast ($42) on the weekends is a great place to start. Diners can choose up to eight items off their menu, with the option of free flow bloody mary, mimosa and muscadet ($32).

Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

T.U.F. (TILL U’re Full) Weekend Brunch feast ($42), comes with an option for free-flow bloody mary, mimosa or muscadet ($32)

Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

Imported cheese selection

Start off with their selection of salads, such as the traditional Cobb or Nicoise Salad, but the glass of muscadet calls for the parma ham, dry sausage or the imported cheese platter. The latter features a creamy brie, that is best savoured when dipped into the sweet, earthy honey.

Ginett Restaurant & Wine BarGinett Restaurant & Wine Bar

Smoked salmon egg cocotte

Not to be missed, the Smoked Salmon Egg Cocotte comes with toasted brioche fingers for dipping into the luscious creme. Sweet yet savoury, you’d want to save the complimentary bread basket to scoop up this delectable dish. Kids will love the Duck Gravy, where crisp tatter tots are left to soak in a toothsome slow cooked duck gravy.

Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

Roasted French free range organic chicken, served on quarter piece

Before moving on to the desserts, grab a plate of Roasted French Free Range Organic Chicken, or as the French call it, poulet roti.  The tender thigh, aromatic with the Provencal herbs, is easily the best dish at Ginett. It is served with roasted potatoes, covered in the flavoursome juices from the rotisserie chicken.

Sweets include a Crème Brûlée, Caramel Sundae and Banana Walnut Waffles, but we say round the Parisian-esque experience with the Profiteroles, a choux pastry served with vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce.

Hotel G, 200 Middle Road. Tel: 6809 7989