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9 votes

62260500

Mon - Sat: 16:00 - 02:00

Closed: Sun

$113 based on 8 reviews
BAM! is a tapas bar along Tras Street offering great foods and drinks for everyone to have a quick release of tension through a hectic and hassle day. See what foodies like this place for
Olivia Leong • 14 Oct 20141 reviews 0 followers

Taste buds get a teasing at BAM! Never a dull moment when the plates appear on the table. And pairing with sake makes the experience almost perfect!

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • After Work3 votes
  • Trendy3 votes
  • JamonJamon
  • WagyuWagyu
  • Salmon with PastaSalmon with Pasta
  • Soft Shell Crap SoupSoft Shell Crap Soup
  • Succulent Hokkaido ScallopsSucculent Hokkaido Scallops
  • Tamago Ice cream with roasted bananasTamago Ice cream with roasted bananas
  • Juicy Wagyu OngletJuicy Wagyu Onglet
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What others are saying...

Olivia Leong • 14 Oct 20141 reviews 0 followers

Taste buds get a teasing at BAM! Never a dull moment when the plates appear on the table. And pairing with sake makes the experience almost perfect!

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thisboyswallows • 15 Jul 201413 reviews 0 followers

It is quite a daunting task trying to pair Sake without Japanese food and I am still not quite sure if the Sake complemented the spanish savoury dishes, but serving Sake seemed to be the most “Japanese” thing going on in the restaurant. I was having difficulty sussing out the Japanese elements in the dishes besides the detailed attention paid to plating and presentation.

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B Hirschowitz • 06 Jul 20149 reviews 0 followers

Food wise, I'd have to give these guys a thumbs-up for its authenticity. While decently executed, the pricing of the food here is perhaps its weakness- it sets you up with greater expectations for its tapas, and that's where it went wrong. The plating dwarfed out the actual serving portion of the food, and despite having 5 chefs working on the line, food was served out a little slow.

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