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Boathouse

3.4

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Serving Modern European dishes with signature dishes such as Fish Chowder with Sea Bass Carpaccio and home made White Chocolate Semi Freddo, Boathouse also boasts a wide range of wines and whisky.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 65389038
$76 based on 30 submissions
Romance/First Dates (9 votes), Quiet (7 votes), Brunch (6 votes)
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Great setting but food below expectation

I tried the Boathouse set lunch. First up some oysters naturale, which taste quite fresh. Then the house salmon appetiser, which is a bit bland and lacking flavour. For the main I have the wagyu beef (Australian). This was disappointing, certainly not melt in the mouth, the fat content seems like a normal steak in fact. Finally for dessert the sorbet, which is quite good, especially the accompanying berries. Overall the food is a bit below my expectation for this standard of restaurant. It's pleasant for sure, but I'm not sure about the value, and think there might be better options in this price bracket.

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• 14 Feb 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

aint as expected

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Food was waaay below average, especially at their price point. But the ambience inside and the scenic view was just spectacular.
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• 04 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 20 followers

Worst smelling experience

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Food was mediocre vs what's in the F&B nowadays. Worst was all of us came out smelling really and due to bad ventilation from the kitchen.
 It's a pretty place but ending the night with smokey smell all over you is not good at all.
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• 09 Apr 2014 • 60 reviews • 0 follower

Great!

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Full review here: http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2014/04/boathouse-fullerton-waterboat-house.html

Designed to be a boat that is permanently docked along Fullerton Road, the Boathouse Fullerton looks remarkable inside-out.

The interior is a reminiscent of the old Singapore and the secret history of the 1919 waterboat house.
Various historical items are displayed on tables and the walls as a connection to the history of the building and location.
Boasting of beautiful timber and soothing white walls, the decor gives off a warm, sophiscated ambience. Not only that, the beautiful French windows exquisitely frame breathtaking views of the Singapore waterfront
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