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A Delicious Asian Tapas Experience on Ann Siang Road Located in the bustling and trendy Ann Siang Road area, Baste is a new restaurant that promises to satisfy your taste buds with their unique Asian tapas-style food. From its chic decor to its mouth-watering dishes, Baste is sure to impress any foodie looking for a new culinary adventure. As soon as you step into the restaurant, you'll be welcomed by the stylish and modern interior, which exudes a relaxed and laid-back vibe. The open kitchen allows you to witness the chefs in action, preparing each dish with precision and care. The dimly lit space is accented with warm wood tones, creating an inviting atmosphere that is perfect for a romantic dinner or a night out with friends.

23 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069703

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm


05:00pm - 11:00pm

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Food was yummy.. we had 3 items shared among 2 of us and utilised 1 for 1 burrple.. but portions were really small! We had 2 fish items and a meat item but didn't feel like it was enough.. had wanted to go for another item but figured we might still need another 2 more dishes because of the small portion. So I'd say maybe go if you're a small ish eater otherwise be prepared to order around 5 mains amongst 2 pax..

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This new fusion tapas restaurant opened at πŸ“Telok Ayer serves up western dishes with an Asian twist. I love the warm and modern interior here, which really sets the mood for romantic dates!

It's also on 🌠 burpple beyond 🌠 which means 1 for 1 for plates not from the bincho.

Note that the plates here are tapas-style so they're quite small; my partner and I ordered 5 plates + 1 dessert in total (~$50 each) and we were just satisfied. However, you can be assured that each dish will be an exciting culinary treat -- each dish combined hints of Asian flavours innovatively without detracting from each one's western roots.

My only gripe was perhaps the music choice. I appreciate a good indie R&B now and then but it didn't quite fit the mood in the restaurant.

Baste shoestring fries ($14) 🍟 4/5

I'm a sucker for fries and couldn't resist ordering this despite the price point. I'd have to say these were one of the most well-seasoned fries I've ever had. I'm not sure what the spices were but I suspect a hint of hae bee hiam. 😢

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This was another shot in the dark. But it turned out so good! Ricotta is usually tasteless to me but there was a certain sweet umami to this one that balanced out the sharpness of the juicy cherry tomatoes.

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I was skeptical about the sambal, but this one blew our socks away as well. The hint of the fiery paste wasn't too overpowering, and combined with the cincalok left me with a memory of rich chili crab sauce. The dish is served cold but the octopus itself was firm and tender.

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I thought this was pretty tender but the method of plating had it cooling down too fast... Comparatively, this was a decent steak but wasn't as exciting as the other mod-sin influenced dishes.

Also, the butter had a strange preserved taste added on by the dried shrimp. I didn't like it.

This was seared to perfection! Just look at that colour. The more lean parts of the pork turned out a little dry though but was balanced out by the more fatty parts if you eat it vertically.

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