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Ku De Ta

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Ku De Ta is an iconic lounge, bar and restaurant that has the finest food in Singapore.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 15:30

+65 66887688
$101 based on 84 submissions
View/Scenery (21 votes), After Work (16 votes), Dinner (16 votes)
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The variety of cuisines sampling reflect the sense of humour of the chefs. Pretty much palatable but swallowing is optional, really. The seasonings are generous and overwhelms the main, so it gets hard to tell what I'm eating except it's salty/ crunchy/mushy/ oily/ looks pretty and unassumingly.... Classy coupled with the glass of wine.

 The desserts are better put together, it's just more difficult to go wrong with desserts. Goma cake is good just because it's black sesame:)

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• 07 Jun 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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The variety of cuisines sampling reflect the sense of humour of the chefs. Pretty much palatable but swallowing is optional, really. The seasonings are generous and overwhelms the main, so it gets hard to tell what I'm eating except it's salty/ crunchy/mushy/ oily/ looks pretty and unassumingly.... Classy coupled with the glass of wine.

 The desserts are better put together, it's just more difficult to go wrong with desserts. Goma cake is good just because it's black sesame:)
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• 09 Apr 2015 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Spectacular views and great rums

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After reading a pretty solid review about Ku De Ta on City Nomads, I decided to book a table with the girlfriend for our date night.

First thing to be said about getting to Ku De Ta is that it's a bit of an ordeal... you're ID/reservation tag gets checked so many times on the way that you feel like you're trying to enter the US Embassy. Kind of annoying tbh.

Anyway, once at Ku De Ta, service was really welcoming overall. For tonight we decided to get an outside table and take more advantage of the small plates and some cocktails.

To my great surprise, Ku De Ta's restaurant actually has quite decent drinks...and an impressive rum collection :)))))). Paired with it, we ordered the spicy edamame, softshell crab rolls and a heirloom tomato salad amongst other dishes. Overall pretty good, however I'd say that the main draw of Ku De Ta still remains the view over Singapore. Just spectacular. 

Time for a cigar with a glass of rum..
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• 28 Dec 2014 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Great place for drinks and dancing

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A vibrant and classy club lounge perched on level 57 of Marina Bay Sands itself, with pulsating music, an inviting dance floor and magnificent views of the cityscape, Ku De Ta is the place to kick back your heels and have loads of fun with friends over drinks.

Five of us began with a round of Cosmopolitan. I must admit that their drinks are generously infused with dashes of alcohol so they taste good, not diluted like some lounges.

Next, there was a round of Mojitos (SGD$25.00) each - this was ordered by me. These drinks were potent, delicious but I felt that the mint taste was not prominent enough.

Overall, we enjoyed Ku De Ta very much and would surely be back.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/12/drinks-at-ku-de-ta-mbs.html
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