Designed by Sacha Leong of Universal Design Studio, the interior reflects Chef Julien Royer’s approach of keeping the integrity of ingredients with a soft color palette and décor that is comfortably elegant, all while respecting the historic and iconic National Gallery location.
A key feature is the glass-enclosed kitchen, where diners have the opportunity to witness the chefs at work, reflecting the openness and honesty of Odette that is central to the entire dining experience.
The food is divine and the setting is elegant but relaxed. Odette The restaurant is a real treat. In the kitchen, the chef with two Michelin stars Julien Royer. Even the frame is unique: we are in the National Gallery in Singapore.
“I have everything I have to my family, especially to my grandmother Odette. He taught me that the most interesting dishes are born from simple and pure ingredients,” sums up the chef. What he wanted to translate the concepts of purity and simplicity in the furnishings, entrusted to Sacha Leong of Universal Design Studio.
The heart of the space is glass-fronted kitchen: guests can watch the chefs in a culinary experience that makes her think of transparency.
“We hope to make Odette an honest and welcoming experience for everyone. This is where every ingredient has its place and purpose, and is treated with the utmost care to highlight its purest flavours. Beyond creating signature dishes, it is our passion to source for the very best produce to underscore our cuisine.”