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Caffe B

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Caffé B is the nouveau Italian fine dining restaurant and bar concept that marries the best of Italian tradition, style and cuisine with the soul and sensibilities of the Japanese culture. Caffé B offers premium quality and authentic modern Italian delicacies and exclusive, fine Italian wines.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00


Bar
Sun - Thu: 11:00 – 23:00
Fri, Sat & PH Eve: 11:00 – late

+65 68873311
$82 based on 45 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), Quiet (12 votes), Fine Dining (11 votes)
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Good Italian Cuisine By The River

Full Caffe B review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/03/caffe-b.html


Situated along the waterfront of Marina Bay Sands, Caffe B is a nouveau fine dining establishment that offers Italian cuisine with sprinklings of Japanese influence. Rounding off the experience of good food and friendly service is their extensive list of fine Italian wines, including several rare labels.

Ambience at Caffe B benefits from the view along the Singapore River. Mostly comprised of outdoor seating, Caffe B is chic and stylish, with muted tones befitting a fine dining establishment. However, the limited seating means you'll probably have to wait about 10 - 20 minutes for a table during peak periods.

Service at Caffe B is friendly, efficient and professional. Staff are knowledgable on menu items and ingredients, and food is served pretty quickly. I like that they also accomodate change requests. Noticed that staff are quite alert as well.

Food at Caffe B is primarily Italian, with several twists by combining Japanese ingredients and flavours. Menu items comprise mainly of pasta, pizza, and salads, with a small list of Italian desserts. Prices at Caffe B are on the higher side, because of its fine dining status, but each dish portions are generous, sufficient for 3 - 4 people.

The Calzone (SGD $20) is stuffed with black truffle paste, mozzarella cheese, a soft boiled egg, fresh button mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, and Italian Mortadella sausage. Tasty, and so beautiful when cut as the egg yolk just oozes out. Aroma is strong and fragrant, and taste is earthy, fresh, and meaty. I also liked that they covered the empty half of the plate with Mesclun Salad, drizzled with truffle and pesto sauce. My only complaint was that it is slightly overseasoned with salt, leaving me thirsty towards the end.

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05 Feb 2015 • 64 reviews • 3 followers

Vegetarian Pasta Alla Fungi was good.

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03 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

horrible service and food!!!

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Went on a business lunch and had the worse experience...chicken was hard, dry and old....We had to repeat our orders more than 3 times as the waitresses made many mistakes...in the end...an expensive place too!!
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18 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

what a disappointment!

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The worst Caesar salad I've had in as long as I can remember! I added the grilled chicken to the salad - which was dry and over cooked. One of our party received their meal at least a good 10 mins before the others. My Caesar salad finally arrived but we still waited around another 10 mins for the third meal to arrive! The waiter had completely forgot the third meal, saying 'that was all you had right' to which we has to tell him that the 3rd meal was still missing. Before our food arrived one of our party ordered a drink with the remaining two of us just asking for water. The water never came without asking for it again, half-way through our very sporadically delivered meal! I'll do my best to avoid this place at all costs in the future. Such lame service and absolutely mediocre food!
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15 Mar 2014 • 349 reviews • 55 followers

Good Italian Cuisine By The River

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Full Caffe B review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/03/caffe-b.html


Situated along the waterfront of Marina Bay Sands, Caffe B is a nouveau fine dining establishment that offers Italian cuisine with sprinklings of Japanese influence. Rounding off the experience of good food and friendly service is their extensive list of fine Italian wines, including several rare labels.

Ambience at Caffe B benefits from the view along the Singapore River. Mostly comprised of outdoor seating, Caffe B is chic and stylish, with muted tones befitting a fine dining establishment. However, the limited seating means you'll probably have to wait about 10 - 20 minutes for a table during peak periods.

Service at Caffe B is friendly, efficient and professional. Staff are knowledgable on menu items and ingredients, and food is served pretty quickly. I like that they also accomodate change requests. Noticed that staff are quite alert as well.

Food at Caffe B is primarily Italian, with several twists by combining Japanese ingredients and flavours. Menu items comprise mainly of pasta, pizza, and salads, with a small list of Italian desserts. Prices at Caffe B are on the higher side, because of its fine dining status, but each dish portions are generous, sufficient for 3 - 4 people.

The Calzone (SGD $20) is stuffed with black truffle paste, mozzarella cheese, a soft boiled egg, fresh button mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, and Italian Mortadella sausage. Tasty, and so beautiful when cut as the egg yolk just oozes out. Aroma is strong and fragrant, and taste is earthy, fresh, and meaty. I also liked that they covered the empty half of the plate with Mesclun Salad, drizzled with truffle and pesto sauce. My only complaint was that it is slightly overseasoned with salt, leaving me thirsty towards the end.

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  • Calzone
23 Feb 2014 • 418 reviews • 7 followers

Caffe B - carving out the best dining experience!

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After going through a few shortlisted locations, the Beau and I decided to stick with Caffe B for a celebration dinner. Having read some reviews about this Japanese-Italian fusion restaurant located at 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-15 / #01- 83 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972, we dialled 6887 3311 for reservations.   Yes, the nouveau Italian dining restaurant Caffe B is located at my favorite Marina Bay Sands once again, this elegant-looking, quietly-sophisticated restaurant uses the romantic effect of soft lights and lavishly-dated decor to create an almost quixotically-lovely ambience.   Strangely, how many people actually thought that "Caffe B" was a casual-dining concept serving bistro-style food. When I talked to a few people prior to the meal, they had either not heard of it, or formed the above misconception. Well, dearies, let me assure you that it is nothing like that at all.   While waiting for the entrees to be served, the warm fluffy foccacia bread with olive dip were being served. The sweet bread was light and the olive dip was delicious, so they complimented each other very well.   Then my entree of Squid Ink Seafood Risotto was served - a tiny heap on a gigantic plate nicely dotted with colored spices. The seafood (prawns and scallops) was deliciously bouncy, as was the rice infused with the tasty iodine-saltish flavor of squid ink. The saffon sauce sweetened the dish. This Risotto dish was simply bursting with flavors all around, and every morsel, every grain was a dream.   For more detailed information and photos, do check out: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/01/dinner-at-caffe-b-at-mbs.html  
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