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BTM Mussels & Bar

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BTM = “BACK TO MUSSELS” Inspired by chef and restaurateur Olivier’s experience in being the first to expand and popularise Belgium’s ‘mussels and fries’ restaurant concept throughout France, BTM Mussels & Bar relives that delicious chapter of his culinary story in Singapore, and celebrates the flavourful gem of the sea, showcasing its natural sweetness by preparing them in a variety of styles and flavours popular throughout Europe. In addition to Mussels & Fries, BTM Mussels & Bar serves a wide selection of comfort food from France and the Benelux region of Europe (i.e. Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg), including a variety of small plates, tartes flambées and charcuterie and cheese boards, which are best enjoyed with ice cold drinks and ideal for sharing!

5 Duxton Hill
Singapore 089591

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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A platter of sausages. Good with drinks. Spiced Italian sausage/ pork & cheddar/ snail sausage/ smoked pork & garlic/ smoked spicy chorizo. I liked that they weren’t too salty

100% beef - We enjoyed these juicy and well seasoned meatballs served with tangy tomato sauce!

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There’s mussels in their name so of course we had to order it.

Sadly this turned out to be our least favourite dish because SOME (not all but still) of the mussels had a strange taste to it which we thought tasted like they were not the freshest of the lot - of which we were guaranteed that they’re fresh and it’s just the taste of the wine(????). So that was that. Additionally, the mussels weren’t as plump as I’d have liked but I understand it’s just a different type from what we are used to.

Fries were nicely crisp and addictive, so we also ordered truffle fries. Which came without any whiff or taste of truffle. We sent it back and thankfully it came back with obvious drizzles of truffle oil. Perhaps a little inattentive?

Well don’t let our experience mar any potential visits with them because other food was pretty good.

And I’ve seen several good reviews of other sauces with 7 for you to choose from! So maybe skip the Marinières (white wine, butter, parsley, onion - a classic!) we got and try what was recommended by others.

Oh and they’re on Burpple Beyond with one-for-one on these mussels. Wouldn’t mind heading back to try again with this deal as it could just be an one-off thing.

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I love me a good pot of mussels, so this was definitely on my wishlist (especially since they’re on #BurppleBeyond). Their mussels come from France and are sweet, briny and fresh. They might be small, but each morsel is packed with flavour and depending on the sauce you pick to go with it, great with the fries too! I’d definitely recommend the Au Curry; a light red curry that’s slightly creamy and compliments the saltiness of the mussels well though I’d avoid the underwhelming Marinières (a white wine sauce).


Bouchot Mussels ($36 for 500gm)
The new kid on the block thats flexing ‘em mussels @btmmusselsandbar and trending as one of the goto places on #burpplebeyond so for $36, you get 1kg worth of french mussels done 2 ways served with a basket of crispy golden fries I couldn’t help dunking into the Thailandaises creamy gravy that’s zesty and tangy. There’s a total of 7 cooking styles and I’m delighted with the thai style. Also a must is to request for their thai mayo dip to go with the fries. So addictive we asked for a refill. Overall the mussels were fresh, sweet and succulent although I must admit preferring the local larger and plumper variant.

The 1-for-1 deal applies to their 500g moules-frites which comes in 7 different sauces, and guuuuys I have to say this is SO WORTH IT. The portion’s massive. Each pot can easily feed 2 if you’re having other starters or drinks to go with. Though the mussels are smaller than the usual Australian ones, in exchange for size what we get instead are these beautiful orangey-yellow French Bouchot mussels that are bursting with flavour. Absolutely delicious. The Thailandaises here comes with a sauce of chilli, kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, white wine and coconut, and was our favourite of the night. I would’ve liked the spices to come across more aggressively (perhaps with some galangal and a squeeze of lime?) and for them to hold back on the salt a little, but as it is this was really easy to eat and lovely to dunk the fries in.