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Bar Bar Black Sheep (Robertson Quay)

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Bar Bar Black Sheep is at Robertson Quay is a bar with three independent kitchens serving Indian, Thai and Western cuisine. A full range of cocktails, wines and four different beers on tap are also available.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 00:00

Fri - Sat: 09:00 - 02:00

Sun: 09:00 - 00:00

+65 68369255
$26 based on 94 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (23 votes), Chillout (20 votes), Dinner (18 votes)
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Good Simple Food at a Great location

Had the Thai Green Curry, while my partner had the Pasta with crab meat. Both were really enjoyable at very reasonable prices. Had a glass of the house red, pretty average which was to be expected. Staff were friendly and accommodating. Sitting us inside while we waited for a large enough table for 8 to be made available outside. Kept us updated on the table situation. Watching the wait staff, they were equally as attentive to the other customers as they were to us. Look out for Jackie, he'll set you right. Am looking forward to trying out the Indian selection on offer the next time we are there.

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• 03 Jan 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Good Simple Food at a Great location

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Had the Thai Green Curry, while my partner had the Pasta with crab meat. Both were really enjoyable at very reasonable prices. Had a glass of the house red, pretty average which was to be expected. Staff were friendly and accommodating. Sitting us inside while we waited for a large enough table for 8 to be made available outside. Kept us updated on the table situation. Watching the wait staff, they were equally as attentive to the other customers as they were to us. Look out for Jackie, he'll set you right. Am looking forward to trying out the Indian selection on offer the next time we are there.
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• 17 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food and good value in a beautiful location.

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I've eaten at BBS (Cluny Courtyard and Robertson Quay) 8 or 9 times now. The service is a bit inconsistent, but that's usually my experience with restaurants in SG. Love the Indian Food, most of the western dishes have been good (according to my wife) and even the Thai curry is pretty good. Good value and a beautiful location.
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• 01 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

I really enjoyed it here

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I am new to Singapore but ate here last night and thought the food was VERY GOOD I enjoyed it immensely, the beer was cold and refreshing and the overall cost was very reasonable for Singapore prices ! I will certainly be back and have some or of the Indian food I enjoyed thanks a lot
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