749 North Bridge Road
#01-01
Singapore 198717

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Along North Bridge Road sits this bistro bar serving up Cuban-Carribean fusion cuisine for dinner and drinks with friends! Share their Rellenos De Papa ($15), which sees stuffed potato balls with homemade chili corn beef and served with guacamole dip, and Pulpo Gallego ($17) for Galician style octopus with chorizo and spanish paprika. On mains, tuck into the Havana Street Sandwich ($21) for tender pulled pork with layered swiss cheese, ham, gherkins and chef-inspired Asian sweet and spicy sauce in every bite.

The piece de resistance of La Boca is none other than the Pulled Goat on Flatbread. Their offerings of Cuban/Caribbean is deliciously showcased in this signature dish of theirs and was literally the one thing I was eager to try prior to heading over to La Boca. Thankfully it wasn't unavailable - unlike quite a number of their other dishes that day. (Ooo the shade thrown.)

Anyway, to my surprise, they have since changed it from a rectangle flatbread to a circular one; though of course it didn't matter as it still looked, smelled and ultimately tasted fantastic. Filled with Caribbean spices, flavour was experienced with every bite. It was also topped with fresh tomatoes, cashews and chili - and to my relief it was not overly spicy. Definitely recommending this and I wouldn't mind heading back for another round of flatbread.

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Fairly new kid on the block, La Boca Bistro Bar recently opened it's doors to customers alike, offering Cuban/Carribbean cuisine.

I was excited to try La Boca, as it was gonna be one of the first restaurants I could dine in right after the end of P2HA.

Unfortunately, quite a number of items were unavailable on a Sunday night - including a few of their signature items. Their seafood stew that was plastered all over Burpple was also no where to be seen on the menu - something that I was hoping to try.

Well no matter, I decided to go with what they had that day - which included the Bruscheta Gambas. Lightly toasted foccacia bread topped with fresh grilled prawns and mango salsa. This end up being a refreshing and delectable surprise. The fruitiness of the mango paired wonderfully with the foccacia and prawns and I was glad we ended up ordering this.

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Beef patty was nice and juicy, and the flavours were nicely complemented by the sourness of the jalapenos.

The restaurant's background music also made for a relaxed vibe.

Great service too who took the time to explain the nature of each dish and what made each one special.

A worthy meal to celebrate the easing of covid restrictions.

Looking forward to going back to try their other dishes

Every juicy bite of chicken thigh was bursting with flavour despite the well grilled char on the skin. Went home to google "jerk chicken recipies" after i was blown away by the tanginess of the sofrito sauce.

The restaurant's background music also made for a relaxed vibe.

Great service too who took the time to explain the nature of each dish and what made each one special.

A worthy meal to celebrate the easing of covid restrictions.

First time trying Cuban food and it was a really great experience! The flavour of the homemade beef patty in the Cuban burger was balanced with the spicy and sour jalapeño and went really well with the fluffy bread buns. Jerk chicken was on the spicier side but flavourful. Delicious food here, will definitely be back!

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