Le Bon Funk lives up to its name with a lively ambience, stoked by sharing plates of charcuterie and cheese and funky wines from a list that majors in offerings from natural wine producers. Food is a fairly classical affair, leading off with, say, sourdough bread and olives, fine quality burrata or that most egalitarian of dishes chips with caviar and a French onion dip for good measure. Popular alternatives might include Wagyu tartare, fermented mushroom and chips or marinated zucchini with walnut and Parmesan. For something more substantial, there’s seabass with Borlotti beans and tomatoes or gnocchi with jamon Iberico and grilled corn. Save some room for innovative puds like carrot cake and ricotta ice cream or dark chocolate and rosemary caramel tart.
Le Bon Funk is one of the main natural wine protagonists in Singapore, with a small but dynamic list divided into bubbles, white, skin contact, rosé and red. Worth putting yourself in the hands of their head sommelier to keep you on trend.