SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Bacchanalia (HongKong Street)

The fine dining modern European restaurant has a new home on HongKong Street.

The mood and the menu lightened considerably after Bacchanalia moved from the Masonic Building in City Hall to HongKong Street a while ago—no more heavy velvet drapes and black-out brunch parties. Chefs Ivan Brehm and Mark Ebbels focus more on local and regional produce sourced from farms in Singapore and Malaysia, but they’ve also got their own herb garden. With an ever-changing menu, the open concept and wood, steel and leather-clad space focuses on five- and seven-course degustation menus featuring dishes with global influence like the Thai inspired coconut risotto, the Chinese mushroom & dorper lamb salad, and the Bafun uni pasta.

This fine dining modern European restaurant has moved to cool new digs at HongKong Street. This time, chefs Ivan Brehm and Mark Ebbels focus more on local and regional produce sourced from farms in Singapore and Malaysia, but they've also got their own herb garden. With a weekly changing menu, they open concept and wood, steel and leather-clad space focuses on five- ($115) and seven-course ($150) degustation menus with dishes like scallops with borlotti beans and caviar and dry-aged beef tartare with chinese mustard and oxalis.

Venue Details
Address: Bacchanalia (HongKong Street), 39 Hongkong St., Singapore, 059678 Singapore
Phone: 6509-1453
Website: www.bacchanalia.asia
Area: Clarke Quay
Cuisine: European
Open since: September, 2015
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6pm-midnight
Nearest trainClarke Quay
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