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38 Carpenter Street
#01-01
Singapore 059917

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Thursday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:30pm - 05:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Incredibly tasty wagyu slices, not so petite, just nice bite size with a portion leaving you craving... My dinner partner does not like the fact that it’s fatless and somewhat less flavourful. Love the fried Hasselback Potato which has the crisp edges of frites and the starchy core! It’s almost stole the show!

4 Likes

I didn’t know what to expect at RVLT as it is my first time dining at a wine bar but the food turned out to be nothing short of amazing😍!

The Beef Tartare ($28) is fresh, well-marinated and refreshing. The beef cubes remind me of bara chirashi and I like that the raw beef is sweet and not gamey at all. The dish is served with smoked egg yolk and crunchy croutons, which give it a robust flavour and texture.

Patty Melt ($26) is a premium sandwich version of a cheeseburger that is served with medium Westholme Wagyu, melted cheese and pillowy buttered toast. The flavourful Wagyu patty is thick, soft and melts in your mouth instantly.

Although the food is pretty pricey given the small portion, the quality makes up it. Feeling pampered this weekend☺️!

The legendary item. Couldn’t believe it’s the first time I’m ordering in over 5 visits. Maybe because it was off menu previously.

4 Likes

Like no other tartare I have tried. Visually stunning though I was initially skeptical the sourdough crusty top might be too overpowering, but it was not at all. Provided the only carb for us

4 Likes

This creamy pseudo “risotto” ($32) came with chunks of delicate white asparagus, whose sweetness complemented that of the crab beautifully; topped with shaved bottarga, ikura and an egg yolk to mix in for added lusciousness. @winervlt @zulfvdlee @sunnyleong0206

No Go
Can Go
Must Go👍🏼

2 Likes

The uni butter sauce was incredibly rich but perfectly well-balanced in flavour; a bit of that uni brininess hums in the background, with a hint of citrus acidity cutting through all that fat, which helped to brighten up the sauce and stopped it from becoming too overwhelming ($28). @winervlt
No Go
Can Go
Must Go👍🏼

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