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Blu Jazz is decorated to look more like a bar than anything but the place still feels nice and laid back all the same.
I ordered the Grilled Creole Chicken and when it was served, my friend commented immediately that the dish looked oily. True enough, the grilled vegetables, potato wedges and grilled chicken were all sitting in a pool of oil. For that much calories and potential artery blockage, the food had better be good and thankfully, it did not disappoint. The grilled vegetables and potato wedges were great and tasty. The grilled chicken was done pretty well, with herbs and spices sprinkled on top. However, only the top portion of the chicken drizzled with the sauce was delicious. The bottom half did not absorb the essence of the sauce and tasted kind of bland.
Blu Jazz is a great place for dinner with friends, where you can sit back and have a nice catch up session. It is not too noisy on a weekday night and you can sit around comfortably in the sofa seats and chat away happily.
To get to Blu Jazz, you can take the MRT to Bugis MRT station. Exit from the exit leading to Raffles Hospital and cross the road from Raffles Hospital to Golden Landmark. Turn right and walk straight down towards Bali Lane. Continue walking along the road and you will reach Blu Jazz at the end after all the touts for shisha.
Have been to blu jazz couple of times. Love the cafe interiors, pretty cool & laid back.
Their open comic nights on wed/thus are best times to visit cafe on level 2. Love their fish n chips and chicken tenders
food is always fresh and taste great. prices are reasonable. Place can be noisy at times and fridays are really packed. belly dancers provide some eye candy. almost everything on the menu is good and my favorite is the pasta
That's Blu Jazz. Haven't been there in some time and joined friends to celebrate a birthday.
Food drink: Ordered the beef kebab, two large skewers of tender beef on a bed of fries and veg. Good value at about $14. Drinks were well chilled and reasonably riced ; Beer, Erdinger, Margarita.
Value: Overall a reasonably priced meal, drinks and great entertainment.
Service: Prompt Filipina served us well.
Ambience: We sat in the middle of the entertinment hall and boy, the music was loud, especially when Sivachoy was playing with his team from Perth ! Rock n Roll, Blues blended together with their balding heads and bellies to give us great music !
really lovely place in arab street area to hang out with friends. on some days they have live music. i had a satisfying portion of fish and chips topped with a glass of ice cold mango lassi.
Little Charlene and I love to check out all the best cafes in Singapore!
Signing off, wanderingbeansprout
PS: Check out my link to all the best hangouts and cafes we have visited in Singapore! Over 100 and still counting ;)