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Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 00:00

Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Fri: 18:00 - 02:00

Sat: 18:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

$132 based on 24 reviews
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 68846884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 65091453)
Bacchanalia is a full fledged restaurant lounge housed in a plush 150 seater space at the historic Masonic Hall. Like the multi-concept hybrid archetype, Bacchanalia, founded by Alex Chew and Raj Datwani, is designed to keep conversations a buzzing, drinks a flowing, and diners happy. See what foodies like this place for
Penelope Lee • Wednesday at 12:44am1 reviews 0 followers

I was there with a group for Restaurant Week dinner. The set came with bread, cauliflower gratin, HD scallops, chicken & yoghurt or cappelini & egg, and 'the chocolate cake'. The cauliflower gratin and the chicken & yoghurt were excellent. The chicken was evenly cooked while maintaining its tenderness.
 
Then came the dessert, a major disappointment. Not only did it consist of a single grape-sized ice cream micro scoop, and dots of condiments, we were made to share what...

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7 Course Sharing Menu for 10 or less. Other deals are available, find out more

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  • 7 Course Sharing Menu for 10 or less

    03 Sep 2014 - 31 Dec 2014

    7 Course Sharing Menu for 10 or less ($75++ per guest)

    Menu:
    Calliflower gratin
    Mushroom Fantasia
    Tahitian Vanilla Confit Salmon
    Hamachi Carambola
    48HR Pork Belly
    Chicken Gnocchi
    White Chocolate & Cherry Tart

    Terms & Conditions:
    1. Valid from 3 September 2014 to 31 December 2014.
    2. Only valid for Dinner.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Anniversary10 votes
  • Birthdays8 votes
  • Night Out7 votes
  • Trendy7 votes
  • Fine Dining6 votes
  • Girls Night Out6 votes
  • Boys Night Out5 votes
  • Dinner5 votes
  • Romance/First Dates5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Ala Carte4 votes
  • Chillout4 votes
  • Formal Events4 votes
  • Hidden Find4 votes
  • Nice Deco4 votes
  • Parties4 votes
  • Private Dining4 votes
  • Brunch3 votes
  • Business Dining3 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes
  • People Watching3 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy3 votes

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  • cauliflower gratin4 votes
  • foie gras satay4 votes
  • scallops with cocoa powder and borlotti beans4 votes
  • 48 hr braised wagyu shortrib3 votes

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  • A Different Vegetable Salad ($20) with poached banana hearts, banana purée and ponzuA Different Vegetable Salad ($20) with poached banana hearts, banana purée and ponzu
  • Cauliflower gratin with deep-fried florets, white truffle and cheese foam and gremolata ($17)Cauliflower gratin with deep-fried florets, white truffle and cheese foam and gremolata ($17)
  • Tiramisu with Marsala mousse, coffee ganache, cocoa gel and black currant ice-cream ($18)Tiramisu with Marsala mousse, coffee ganache, cocoa gel and black currant ice-cream ($18)
  • 48-hour pork belly with giant capers and spices pork jus ($30)48-hour pork belly with giant capers and spices pork jus ($30)
  • Scallop with borlotti beans, kalix caviar and cocoa ($36)Scallop with borlotti beans, kalix caviar and cocoa ($36)
  • French onion soup with crispy cheddar, rye bread, onion marmalade and ricotta ($20, serves two)French onion soup with crispy cheddar, rye bread, onion marmalade and ricotta ($20, serves two)
  • cauliflower gratincauliflower gratin
  • Potato CasciaPotato Cascia
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What others are saying...

Penelope Lee • Wednesday at 12:44am1 reviews 0 followers

I was there with a group for Restaurant Week dinner. The set came with bread, cauliflower gratin, HD scallops, chicken & yoghurt or cappelini & egg, and 'the chocolate cake'. The cauliflower gratin and the chicken & yoghurt were excellent. The chicken was evenly cooked while maintaining its tenderness.
 
Then came the dessert, a major disappointment. Not only did it consist of a single grape-sized ice cream micro scoop, and dots of condiments, we were made to share what...

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Celine Asril • 15 Aug 2014292 reviews 12 followers

If you have dined here, you'll know they are serious about their food. In the kitchen, The Fat Duck alumni likes to turn classic dishes on their heads: the cauliflower gratin ($17) is a light white truffle and cheese foam-based dish with crunchy deep fried cauliflower and gremolata, and the tiramisu ($18) has a crunchy, fun, pop rocks base. The drinks are equally fun, and it's always an education at the bauble-lit bar area. Speaking of, The Educated Imbiber, the...

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Tiramisu with Marsala mousse, coffee ganache, cocoa gel and black currant ice-cream ($18)
chingbb • 03 Aug 20142 reviews 0 followers

Amazing flavours and textures with each dish! i loved the pork belly, calamari and pretty much all the desserts! The flavours are subtle and delicate and the chef is clever enough to use the ingredients to showcase its true potentials. We spent $110 per head with a glass of red wine. Very good dinner. We will be back soo

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