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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
$79 based on 47 submissions
Dinner (15 votes), Fine Dining (12 votes), Lunch (12 votes)
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Having been to Caffe B. a couple of years back and enjoyed myself tremendously with the palatable food, impeccable food and elegant settings, I decided it was time for a revisit - this time with *Charmaine for her birthday. The pillar with wine bottles still greets us at the door, and the interior is still as beautiful as ever.

For mains, we took the recommendation of Risotto "Singapore" (SGD$38.00) - chilli crab inspired risotto with giant scallops. The huge arborio grains were chewy and solid, giving the dish a wonderful bite. As for the chilli crab sauce, it was distinctive in flavor and crab's unique sweetness, but not too spicy - even *Charmaine who had sore throat was able to handle it well. The giant scallop was succulent and bouncy in its freshness, the perfect choice for this dish.

We also shared the Angel Hair Pasta (SGD$33.00) - consisting of capellini tossed with veal jus sauce, truffle oil, edamame and Hokkaido pan-seared scallop. Imagine springy pasta infused with the rich flavor of veal jus and truffle oil - a very tasteful combination. The juicy scallop and crunchy edamame completed the dish; it was tempting to order another of this but of course we refrained.

Finally, we had dessert - Tiramisu (SGD$18.00) - the classic Tiramisu done a la Minute. They were so lovely to serve this as a complimentary dessert because we were celebrating *Charmaine's birthday. The Tiramisu was moist, soft and tasted distinctively of the sweetness of mascarpone cream as well as Amaretto infusing its spongy layers. It was very good, but I was a little saddened it was not the same Tiramisu I had 3 years back, with the biscuit fingers. 

For more information and full review, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-at-caffe-b-mbs-revisit.html

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• 07 May 2015 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

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Having been to Caffe B. a couple of years back and enjoyed myself tremendously with the palatable food, impeccable food and elegant settings, I decided it was time for a revisit - this time with *Charmaine for her birthday. The pillar with wine bottles still greets us at the door, and the interior is still as beautiful as ever.

For mains, we took the recommendation of Risotto "Singapore" (SGD$38.00) - chilli crab inspired risotto with giant scallops. The huge arborio grains were chewy and solid, giving the dish a wonderful bite. As for the chilli crab sauce, it was distinctive in flavor and crab's unique sweetness, but not too spicy - even *Charmaine who had sore throat was able to handle it well. The giant scallop was succulent and bouncy in its freshness, the perfect choice for this dish.

We also shared the Angel Hair Pasta (SGD$33.00) - consisting of capellini tossed with veal jus sauce, truffle oil, edamame and Hokkaido pan-seared scallop. Imagine springy pasta infused with the rich flavor of veal jus and truffle oil - a very tasteful combination. The juicy scallop and crunchy edamame completed the dish; it was tempting to order another of this but of course we refrained.

Finally, we had dessert - Tiramisu (SGD$18.00) - the classic Tiramisu done a la Minute. They were so lovely to serve this as a complimentary dessert because we were celebrating *Charmaine's birthday. The Tiramisu was moist, soft and tasted distinctively of the sweetness of mascarpone cream as well as Amaretto infusing its spongy layers. It was very good, but I was a little saddened it was not the same Tiramisu I had 3 years back, with the biscuit fingers. 

For more information and full review, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-at-caffe-b-mbs-revisit.html
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• 19 Apr 2015 • 49 reviews • 0 follower

fine cuisine it wasn't

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Reception - courteous. Service - attentive , friendly. Food - not what we expected. Small portion that were a bit on pricey side. Most of the food - pasta, pizza, steak - were not bad but far from fine. Drinks - small portion. Martini was a disappointment. Probably not coming back.
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• 04 Apr 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Good Service!

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We decided to try this place for dinner before catching our Musical. 

Loved the beautiful interior decor and ambience. The staff who served us were all friendly, pleasant and alert. 

The food was beautifully plated and tasty but not overly salty/MSG-laden. I would especially recommend the Tiramisu if you enjoy one with a higher alcohol content. 

My only issue was the cost of the food which seemed a little too pricey, otherwise a good place for a nice, romantic night out. 
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