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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Boruto Chope

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East-meets-West small plates are the focus at this two-story bar-restaurant. Order up Japanese tapas such as Tako a la Espanol ($20.80)—octopus cooked sous vide and then a la plancha, served with smoked mash—uni pasta v1.1 ($35.80), capellini braised in uni and yuzu stock, and espuna de goma ($12.80), black sesame cream with mascarpone and caramelized sponge biscuit. Wash it down with cocktails like The South Bridge ($19)—a Hankushu whisky, lemon and mint concoction—plus sake (from $30), shochu ($6) and Japanese whisky (from $10). The place is also equipped with a cool sake cellar (housed in an old bank vault) where they keep their $1000 bottles.

Special Promotion
The restaurant’s happy hour, “Boru” Time, is on Monday to Saturday (4:30-8pm) and offers up Asahi brews (from $5), beer buckers (from $50) and two-for-one cocktails.   

 

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Phone: 6532-0418
Boruto, #01-01 Golden Castle Building, 80 South Bridge Rd., Singapore, 058710 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Mon-Sat 4:30pm-midnight

Price Range:

$$

Cuisine:

Japanese
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