51 Telok Ayer Street
#01-01
Singapore 048441

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Signature Sichuanese Skewer with Hotpot Stuffs

Location: basdban, 51 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048441

Mixed grain pear rice with crab meat and ikura! My personal fav, must try dish if you are here.

Location: basdban, 51 Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048441

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$12.90++

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Under the stewardship of Chef Pang, basdban aims to uncover the authentic Sichuanese flavours with unconventional culinary creativity and explore this cuisine beyond just mala.

Unique starters include a variety of savoury dishes such as the Sichuanese Skewers ($22) of bamboo sticks of fresh seafood, crunchy greens, and other hotpot ingredients dipped into a mug of chicken broth mixed with sesame, peanut paste, chilli oil and Sichuan peppercorn oil, reminiscent of the communal mala hotpot. Burn Baby Burn ($14) is a highly addictive dish of charred wawa greens that has been spiked with lard, preserved soybean and aged parmesan, a great way to balance the meal with greens while the Fried Crispy Pork Trotter ($14) are first braised and then fried to a crisp before it is shaken with a spice mix in a paper bag.

The most surprising dish of the evening, which also happened to be my favourite, is the Roasted Eggplant ($14), a vegetable that I do not normally will eat, but if all eggplants are done the same way as in basdban, I will gladly eat more of it. The eggplant here is topped with a minced garlic sauce with Sichuanese smoked pork belly and then baked with cheeses before the finishing touch of house-made caramel and Sichuan spiced popcorn. The other starters we have sampled included the Funky Fish, Chilli Cheese Please and Fried Fish a la Orange.

If you love 辣子鸑, then you cannot miss out on the Lalalalalala Fried Chicken ($26/$34) of juicy chunks of fried chicken tossed in a pile of Er Jing Tiao green chilli with clams. To fill up your tummy, get bougee with the Crab Meat Mapo Tofu ($20) that comes with a base of mixed grain pearl rice with the addition of crabmeat and ikura from the usual mapo tofu. Trust Chef Pang to create an artful dessert with the Don’t Break My H(tart) ($14), a treat of finely texture sable and dark chocolate cream balanced with the sweetness of candied orange, raspberries and grand marnier.
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πŸ“ 51 Telok Ayer Street, Unit 01-01, Singapore 048441
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End your meal on a sweet note with Don’t Break My H(t)art! ❀️ A deconstructed chocolate tart 🍫, candied orange, raspberries πŸ’—, hawthorn flake, dark chocolate cream & grand marnier 🍊, this was quite a treat!

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Want something non-spicy? Go for their Barramundi en Papillote, bursting with oriental flavours! πŸ˜‹ With pickled vegetable broth, bamboo shoot, shimeiji mushroom πŸ„ & cherry tomato, the huge chunk of fresh barramundi 🐟 was so fresh!

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