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Casa Bom Vento

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Casa Bom Vento is a familiar name when it comes to Eurasian Food.

 

In general, is an amalgamation of European cuisines – Portuguese, Dutch and British especially British East Indies, with local ingredients and influences by Malay, Indian, Chinese and Nonya Styles of cooking.
I assure all our Muslim friends that the food served is certified halal We have kept our prices as close as last 4 years ago so that our customers can enjoy the same good value and quality food like before. It’s not just Eurasian food but a mix of all cultures on the plate that you will ascertain. Technically, you are eating a part of history, our history that not many of us actually know……. Keep the history alive by supporting the cuisine.

 

We also cater to all kinds of functions; from corporate meetings, anniversaries, family days, house warming, birthdays, hi-tea reception and seminars, weddings, training lunches and tea breaks, cocktail, tea parties, barbecues,etc.. On top of that, we provide buffet tables, table linen & skirting, melamine plates & stainless steel cutleries, table decorations & flowers at no extra cost and all the necessary catering paraphernalia attractively presented.  Our reasonable prices come without  GST.  Complimenting the food and the set-up is our friendly and personal service with a smile.  It is not surprising at all that our service motto is “COME AS A CUSTOMER, LEAVE AS A FRIEND”

 

I wish you a pleasant experience in our restaurant and hope that you will tell others the story behind it.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 17:30 - 21:30

+65 64400196
$24 based on 19 submissions
Dinner (9 votes), Lunch (7 votes), Children/Family (6 votes)
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Delicious Eurasian food

After so many years, Casa Bom Vento still serves up an excellent meal under chef Lionel Chee. He doesn't stinge on the ingredients that are required for the truly delicious sauces or rumpah used for their various dishes. We had the buah keluak rice accompanied by the devil's curry, winged beans salad, brinjal laced with chopped tomatoes & salted fish and fish maw soup. Highly recommended.

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• 07 Jun 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious Eurasian food

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After so many years, Casa Bom Vento still serves up an excellent meal under chef Lionel Chee. He doesn't stinge on the ingredients that are required for the truly delicious sauces or rumpah used for their various dishes. We had the buah keluak rice accompanied by the devil's curry, winged beans salad, brinjal laced with chopped tomatoes & salted fish and fish maw soup. Highly recommended.
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• 16 Jan 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disappointed! Reservation cancelled by restaurant at the last minute

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This review relates to a planned visit that did not materialize. I had made lunch reservations for a party of 10+ pax about 4 to 5 days before the visit. The reservation was confirmed and reconfirmed on the eve of the day. On the morning of the event, I received an email from the restaurant advising that they will not be able to accommodate my group due to staff shortage. Within the short span of 2 hours, and while still in a meeting, I had to frantically make alternative plans for the group that had been initially advised that the lunch venue was Casa Bom Vento. Thank goodness I was able to find another restaurant that was able to accommodate our big group at short notice. In summary, Casa Bom Vento's lack of reliability has left a bad impression on me. Will not dare to make reservations there in the future given this bad experience.
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• 04 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 16 followers

Authentic !

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Great food esp the devil curry. In my own opinion, better than in malacca. Will like to try again.
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