64 Club Street
Singapore 069438

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Wednesday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
02:00pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This restaurant has a great date night feel and very attentive servers with quality service. The food isn’t exceptional - the lamb rack was decent but forgettable and portions are on the small side

100% Agave Azulejo 1549 Bianco as the main base mixed with our home signature delicious sours and a touch of Triplum..
💰$25.
📍caffe_b_sg
64 Club St.

I've a new found love for Italian food, and it's at Caffe B. Newly renovated to Club Street with a cafe and naturally, a new menu as well, everything I tried that evening was stellar.
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Take this vongole for example, there was so much natural sweetness in its sauce that was more than just seafood, clams or white wine. And as I spoke to Chef Masanao Saito @erefant, he explained how he incorporated Japanese subtleties to this dish - the vongole sauce contained housemade dashi stock, and garnished with shiso leaves.
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I'm always impressed with the way the Japanese does things, their attention to details always results in perfection. It may not be obvious or mind-blowing, but you know he has created a vongole that's still predominantly Italian, but improved by Japanese elements.
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It was chock full of zesty aromas. A thick tea of strawberry, the kiwis seems to have taken a back seat in this painting.

5/10

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The flavour of the oysters come out well and while I felt that the wasabi foam was unnecessary, I appreciated the use of ikura to give it a bit more strength on the flavour side of things.

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Yep. This luxurious risotto is simmered in a lobster broth, then decked out with some serious Chili lobster meat reminiscent of Singapore’s famous Chili crab. The risotto was well-cooked, not too wet and definitely possessing a bite.

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