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Top Must Try Dishes
48 hrs short ribs w mandeira sauce12 votes
Beef Carpaccio with truffle8 votes
Kurobuta pork belly confit with pork cracker & passion fruit sauce6 votes
Braised lamb shank5 votes
Cepes mushroom soup4 votes
48 Hours Beef short Ribs on Hoba Leaf w Madeira Sauce on Lava STone3 votes
Cepes mushroom w truffle paste3 votes

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Dinner26 votes
Romance/First Dates21 votes
Fine Dining19 votes
Quiet19 votes
Anniversary18 votes
Lunch18 votes
Birthdays16 votes
Business Dining16 votes
After Work15 votes
Private Dining15 votes
Hidden Find10 votes
Large Groups/Gathering10 votes
Wine Lists10 votes
Corporate Events9 votes
Chillout7 votes
Girls Night Out7 votes
Weddings6 votes
Boys Night Out5 votes
Ala Carte4 votes
Children/Family4 votes
Healthy Eating4 votes
Formal Events3 votes
Live Band3 votes
Nice Deco3 votes
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Tricky123
 • 21 Aug 2014 15 reviews 0 follower
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I tried this place a week or two ago.  For the full review with photos, please click here:


http://www.thedarksmile.com/blog/review-of-the-clan-restaurant-1820-bukit-pasoh-road-singapore

I did like it, but I found the (many) courses inconsistent, to be honest: great lamb, but average octopus salad; fabulous Triple Espresso crème brulee but supermarket-standard chocolate lava; surprisingly good chawanmushi (which I don’t normally enjoy much) but pedestrian Seafood Soup.
It’s basically fancy European dining with Japanese names (e.g. ‘potato panko’ for a basic potato croquette) and an occasional Japanese influence on the menu.  We went for the 6 course menu on a Sunday evening, being lemon sorbet aperitifs, then the 6 courses (in my case) of: amuse-bouche, grilled octopus salad, pork belly, seafood soup, lamb shank and then dessert.


I do recommend The Clan: décor is comfortable, service is good, the food is mostly good.


But I’m surprised to see so many people praising its value for money: we had two glasses of wine, plus water, with ours, and it cost over 200 bucks all-in.  This really isn’t what I would call a value destination, really.  And for those prices, I would really want to see the restaurant nailing it, course after course, and I’m not sure that really happened here for me.  Still, worth a visit, I’d say.
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I spent $107 per person.

Must tries: Braised lamb shank, Triple Espresso Creme Brulee

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Birthdays, Business Dining, Dinner, Fine Dining, Formal Events, Night Out, Relaxed, Supper

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feleats
 • 13 Jul 2014 11 reviews 0 follower
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The Clan is found along Bukit Pasoh Road, and it can't be missed with its big signage outside the restaurant. They have 2 levels of dining areas and most people opt for their set menu as they are very value for money! We went for their 6 course dinner that is priced at $69.80++. A 5 course set lunch is also available at $49.80++ with it excluding the Cold Dish from the menu.

Full review at http://feleats.blogspot.sg/2014/05/the-clan-restaurant-bukit-pasoh-road.html
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I spent $85 per person.

Must tries: 48 hrs short ribs w mandeira sauce

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Anniversary, Birthdays

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pigleto
 • 04 Jul 2014 13 reviews 0 follower
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Went for lunch and the set menu is fab! Well-presented although it seems at that time, the portion is small-ish but it's actually ok by the time we get to dessert. Will definitely return.
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