Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Thu: 17:30 - 23:00
Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 01:00
Sun & PH: 12:00 - 23:00
Daily Reservation 19:00
All Kitchen Closes Daily 22:00
An affordable establishment offering a blend of Thai, Western and Indian casual dining. In addition to the dining, a full bar service is there to cater to the drinking patrons which exudes a vibrant ambiance to keep the night young.!
The food was amazing and arrive pretty fast.
However, the service aspect was a bit let down. Reserved seats for 20 but was told that they did not get it. (I've got email confirmation) was pretty pissed off but we managed to get our seats.
The staff was not very friendly as well but we understand that we cannot expect much as we are not charged with service charge.
Bar bar black sheep at holland village, their Carbonara of bar bar black sheep not noteworthy to be mentioned to be honest. By far the driest carbonara ever tasted. Not sure if that was the style of cooking that is meant to be unique on its own but not my choice of carbonara if you ask me. The taste is not rich and could not really bring out the flavor of the creaminess that you expect to have in carbonara spaghetti!
The Indian food we ordered was delicious and frankly one of the best I've eaten in terms of authentic Indian cuisine.
But the service is a serious let down. The serving staff was very rude. Every time we finished our drink, they will pressure us to order more, which is very strange because we ordered quite a few drinks already. Secondly, they showed great impatience when we took a while to decide on the order, when the menu is made up of many choices of different cuisines, surely they can understand why we need some time to decide?
The big turn-off was when they told us to move elsewhere just because they needed our tables to accomodate the table of 20 next to us. Seriously, this is a major turn-off as this was a reseved table given to us, and the resturant was not even half full at that point of time.
At first we intended to get more drinks and maybe dessert, but telling us to move away from our original reserved table was really very rude, and so we took it as a signal to leave instead of ordering more.
With such bad service, I definitely will not return.
Full Bar Bar Black Sheep review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/04/bar-bar-black-sheep.html
Now in operation for more than half a decade, since 2008, Bar Bar Black Sheep is still going strong. With a name invoking the popular nursery rhyme 'Baa Baa Black Sheep', this quaint bar with several outlets scattered across Singapore was among the 1st to combine casual open-air dining, pocket friendly drinks, and multi-ethnic cuisine under one roof.
Ambience at Bar Bar Black Sheep is designed to be laid-back and casual, with an open-air concept. As the entire floor space is open, it makes for a very welcoming and vibrant atmosphere, though rainy or warm weather does tend to affect it slightly. The cooling systems around the interior help to alleviate the heat of the day somewhat, but it's not as cool as an air-conditioned place. Expect eclectic but solid wooden furniture, colour themes of light brown against black, and warm, dim lighting.
Service at Bar Bar Black Sheep is casual... too casual. Staff are friendly, and knowledgeable enough to make basic recommendations, but can't describe too much about the food or drinks. Drinks may sometimes be served on wrong coasters, or simply placed the wrong way when presented. They also don't serve complimentary water. Still, I shouldn't complain too much, as Bar Bar Black Sheep has no service charge, and no tax (no GST). At least the service is quick, with good efficiency.
Food at Bar Bar Black Sheep is multi-ethnic, primarily consisting of American, Indian, and Thai cuisine. However, not all outlets feature all 3 cuisines. I find their food to generally be tasty, good enough to pass a typical cafe standard, much better than a hawker centre / food court, but not as good as a proper fine dining restaurant specialising in that cuisine. Their North Indian & American dishes stood out for me. Portions are nicely sized for 1, and prices are wallet friendly for a bar, budget about SGD $27 per person for a meal here.
The Beer Kronenbourg Blanc (SGD $13) is available on tap here, which makes this among the cheaper prices you'll pay for this brand. This Belgian white beer has a bright golden colour, with a light, clean body that tastes of citrus and fruits, almost like a juice, very refreshing and easy to drink with little bitterness.
The Blue Cheese Burger (SGD $15.90) features a thick, meaty, juicy, hand formed minced beef patty, with sliced cucumber, tomato, and lettuce, sandwiched between toasted buttery sesame seed burger buns that are spread with blue cheese. The result is extremely flavourful, you get the moist beef which has a smoky grilled taste, the tangy sharpness of the blue cheese, and the messy juices of the vegetables, followed by the earthy taste of the burger buns. Real simple, but real good.