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#02-21 The Star Vista
Singapore 138617

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Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The crab bowl was what made me want to order this when I looking at the menu. It coincides with my love for seafood too so I know I had to, furthermore with the chefs hat as recommended main (I’m totally new to this bistro).

Mussels, crab meat, and sotong in it which I figured the ingredients ratio to spaghetti can be increased to strike a better balance 🦀Spaghetti al dente but it doesn’t seem to absorb the flavour from the broth so its quite a pity. Another downside is the strips of ginger in it which I happen to chew on it by accident because it was finely cut and sticks to the spaghetti.

I would prefer it without the strong taste of ginger in it because it steals the spotlight away from the rich seafood broth. Still worth a try, and if you’re fine with ginger. Great effort in the presentation though!

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Contrary to traditional lava cake where the chocolate lava oozes once cut, this one here has the chocolate lava atop the cake at first look 🍫

Rich and luscious, perfect dessert to end a meal. Vanilla ice cream is average, can be better to elevate the pairing with the chocolate lava cake.

Ordered the salmon & risotto with a craft stout. At 17.90 I think the black risotto was quite delicious and the portion was just nice. Salmon was cooked well.

Overall a great meal, would recommend. Hope to try the other dishes on another visit

Recommend: Crisp Skin Salmon, Grain Fed Angus Braised Beef Cheeks.

Salmon was nicely done followed by a cheesy squid ink risotto. Beef Cheeks is also a good option but it might be gamey for some but the accompanying butter vegetables is heavenly! Furikake fries is also not a bad option to try but it could do with more seasoning

This place really doesn't have the best service. The young guy was gruff, rude, and the team was impatient when I asked a single question. I rarely comment about service as I'm usually all about the food, so hopefully everyone else had a better experience.

The food was pretty dang good though. Really reminds me of those hawker stalls with fierce uncles/aunties, where that actually signify the quality of the food lol. Pasta was cooked well, the crab bisque? was so full of seafood umami and well rounded too, with a nice tanginess and slight acidity. They use some kind of special alcohol, it's not the usual white wine,(btw that's what I asked about lol) contributing to the complexity in flavour. Generous amounts of seafood, all cooked well and fresh, esp the Meath tiger prawns and the soft squid. For someone who doesn't eat bivalves, I could actually eat the mussels in this as it wasn't fishy at all and somehow the flavours naturally melded with the strong seafood taste. The garlic on top added a lot of aroma and crunch too.

As mentioned by Russell, the interior of the bowl has a lot of nooks and crannies that's very difficult to get soup out of. Other than that can't think of any complaints w regards to the food :)

$16.90. Looks nice and crispy but the duck meat was very dry.

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