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Like Bartini but with a kitchen. Simple. Serving up the same outstanding cocktails as well as a mix of delicious European dishes. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 00:00

Sat: 10:00 - 15:00

Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

W.E.F 01 December 2013:
Sun: 10:00 to 15:00

+65 6220 0629
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More than just bar bites

If you find yourself on Boon Tat Street and feel a craving for Bartini's cocktails, you can save yourself the 400m walk to Club Street thanks to Bartini Kitchen. All your favourite Bartini drops are here: Planter's Punch (Myer's and Captain Morgan spiced rums with lime, pomegranate and pineapple foam, $20) and Pornstar Martini (Wyborowa Vodka, framboise raspberry liqueur and passion fruit juice, $22), along with their range of top-shelf spirits (from $13). On top of that, you have the added bonus of a full kitchen which makes burgers (from $26) and pizzas ($20). For more drinking guides, click here!

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• 17 Jan 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

More than just bar bites

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If you find yourself on Boon Tat Street and feel a craving for Bartini's cocktails, you can save yourself the 400m walk to Club Street thanks to Bartini Kitchen. All your favourite Bartini drops are here: Planter's Punch (Myer's and Captain Morgan spiced rums with lime, pomegranate and pineapple foam, $20) and Pornstar Martini (Wyborowa Vodka, framboise raspberry liqueur and passion fruit juice, $22), along with their range of top-shelf spirits (from $13). On top of that, you have the added bonus of a full kitchen which makes burgers (from $26) and pizzas ($20). For more drinking guides, click here!
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• 02 Nov 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

A cosy place in the heart of the city

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For pictures: http://allyoffduty.blogspot.com/2013/11/bartini-kitchen.html

This bar and kitchen is located conveniently in the heart of the city, a few minutes walk from Raffles Place MRT station but is tucked nicely away from the hustle and bustle of the CDB. The ambience there is fantastic, making it a great place to unwind after work. 

We started off with Beetroot, spinach and goat cheese salad which was refreshing. Next came The Retrospective’s legendary Mac & Cheese which we gobbled up within minutes and then Escalope of Pork Parmigianna served with creamy masih, my personal favourite. We also had Mussels in White Wine & Creamy Sauce and Tomato &Fresh Mozzarella Pizza. I didn't really enjoy the Mussels that much but the pizza was great!
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