38/40 Tras Street
Singapore 078977

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Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:30pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 11:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

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Make full use of your lunch hour and pop by this omakase spot in Tanjong Pagar. Burppler Justin Teo recommends the 4-Course Lunch (from $40), which includes eggplant with ponzu jelly, duck dumpling in foie gras sauce, pork jowl with pickled endives and sesame, and lemon pie. If available, be sure to try their flavourful Amaebi Risotto or the creamy Cold Capellini Pasta with Sakura Ebi and Uni. Amp up the experience and add on an amuse bouche, dessert and petit fours (from $98- with 4-Course Lunch).
Photo by Burppler Gwendolyn 000

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@bam.singapore 4-course lunch @ $40++ Perfect CBD lunch meeting venue for me ♥️ #happymidweek
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Gotta remember to bring my @yourtabletales book there next time! 😄

This is served before the main course, and heightened our expectations. Sweet mushy duck fillings wrapped in velvety smooth dumpling skin, in a bath of clear, sweet broth with hints of foie gras. Foie gras was subtle enough so that it's predominantly a bowl of very comforting broth.
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Lunch is a great option to acquaint yourself with this Spanish-Japanese restaurant at Tanjong Pagar, because their omakase dinners won't come cheap. For our relatively more affordable $40 lunch, we had an eggplant started served with ponzu jelly, this duck dumpling in foie gras sauce, pork jowl served with pickled endives and sesame, and ended with a lemon pie dessert.

Lunch is a great option to acquaint yourself with this Spanish-Japanese restaurant at Tanjong Pagar, because their omakase dinners won't come cheap.
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But at $40, we had an eggplant started served with ponzu jelly, duck dumpling in foie gras sauce, this pork jowl served with pickled endives and sesame, and ended with a lemon pie dessert.

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Tucked away from the bustling lunch crowd at CBD is this classy and tranquil place. Their modern take on Spanish tapas paired with Japanese flavours sees several interesting items, such as this eggplant dish pictured. It's served with green beans, crème fraîche, and lots of ponzu jelly that makes this a refreshing item to start the 4 course lunch. I'll follow up with review(s) other dishes served here.

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Trust the chef to personalize your dish, trust your money to be worthwhile, trust your gut feelings to be right.
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I was initially skeptical about having Omakase as I always prefer to know what comes to my table, that some dishes are not to my liking and hence it's not worth it. But perspectives can be changed and I realized I love Omakase too. And that I have inevitably been on the lookout for some good ones whenever I seek new places.
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I see trust as a feeling. Once that is established, you can do wonders with a person. You will know it inside you. But to pass that stage, how many actually could.
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😋 Restaurant Bam
💰Omakase $128 and $188, add $90 sake pairing
🍴38 Tras Street Singapore 078977
☎️Tel: +65 6226 0500

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