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Kilo

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The former Raw Kitchen Bar at Bukit Timah has reemerged at the vicinity of Kallang River. Simply known as Kilo, this chic eatery's Japanese and Italian inspired menu continues to charm its regulars from Bukit Timah and new patrons alike.

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

+65 64673987
$61 based on 47 submissions
Dinner (17 votes), Hidden Find (10 votes), Romance/First Dates (10 votes)
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great dinner date venue

Food was generally very good - the seared scallops were simple but well-done, and the sauce and mushrooms complemented it perfectly. The pork belly was to die for, the belly fat melted in our mouths but there was enough meat to savour as well. Squid ink rice was a little heavy in flavour but still tasted great; the salmon roe was an unexpected but good complement. The only slight disappointment was the chocolate lava cake (dessert) - it didn't go too well with the bourbon butter and strawberry sorbet, and we regretted not going with our waiter's advice and pairing it with basil ice cream instead. 

That aside, service was prompt and attentive but non-intrusive, which was great :) would be happy to come back again!

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• 20 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

great dinner date venue

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Food was generally very good - the seared scallops were simple but well-done, and the sauce and mushrooms complemented it perfectly. The pork belly was to die for, the belly fat melted in our mouths but there was enough meat to savour as well. Squid ink rice was a little heavy in flavour but still tasted great; the salmon roe was an unexpected but good complement. The only slight disappointment was the chocolate lava cake (dessert) - it didn't go too well with the bourbon butter and strawberry sorbet, and we regretted not going with our waiter's advice and pairing it with basil ice cream instead. 

That aside, service was prompt and attentive but non-intrusive, which was great :) would be happy to come back again!
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• 26 Apr 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

One of the best spots in SG

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Exquisite food within a totally different ambiance from what you can find in SG. You'll almost feel in Berlin. Love this place.
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• 15 Feb 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Sweet Location

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This place has great ambience, it is located in a quiet spot near the kallang river away from the bustle of the cityscape. You can occupy a romantic seat overlooking the river or take a stroll along the river after the meal. The waiters are friendly, and they have a nice waiting lounge located at the 8th level. The food does take a little long to he prepared and when the food was served it was only average.
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