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Bosses (黑社会)

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Everyone is a boss at Bosses, affiliated with its Chinese name 黑社会 where the fashionable dining atmosphere is all set in a black interior and ambience.
 

Our Hong Kong Master chef who has more than 40 years of accumulated experience and expertise, has compiled the essence of all traditional and popular Chinese dishes fit to be presented to all Bosses. Together with the luxury of plush fashionable black décor, all bosses not only enjoy the hip ambience but also an exquisite creative menu from authentic Chinese cuisine to innovative Dim Sum. Setting Bosses 黑社会 apart from the ordinary, our Bar Master concocts a wide range of self-made Chinese tea cocktails and smoothies and specialty teas, exclusively for all bosses at 黑社会!
 

黑社会,为您带来最时尚,最非凡的创意今品美食

 

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 21:30

Sat, Sun &: 11:00 - 21:30

+65 63769740
$30 based on 81 submissions
Lunch (27 votes), Children/Family (26 votes), Dinner (26 votes)
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Very palatable Dimsum

Bosses Restaurant is an elegant, sophisticated Chinese restaurant with a good assortment of dimsum and other Chinese dishes. The restaurant itself is done up in a tasteful dark triad decor, with glossy tabletops and plush seats. If one is fortunate, they may get a table with gorgeous sea views overlooking Sentosa as well. Service was rather bruqsue though.

For food, we tried their recommended Mango Century Egg Glass Roll (SGD$6.00), a beautiful concoction respledent with flavors of the sandy-flavored century egg, soursweet overtures of mango and spiciness of ginger, all wrapped up in paper thin, satin smooth skin.

The Chilli Crab Tarts (SGD$8.50) were remarkably good - crispy tarts filled with chunks of spicy and springy crabmeat. It was a combination of heaven literally, and the palate loves this burst of spiciness and the flakiness of the tarts.

We also love the Custard Lava Buns (SDG$6.00), with soft and sweet buns filled with the most tasty salted egg yolk "lava" oozing out once bitten into. The rich, coarse "lava" paints the palate beautifully in its flavor and warmth.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/afternoon-tea-at-bosses-restaurant-at.html

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• 24 Feb 2015 • 436 reviews • 7 followers

Very palatable Dimsum

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Bosses Restaurant is an elegant, sophisticated Chinese restaurant with a good assortment of dimsum and other Chinese dishes. The restaurant itself is done up in a tasteful dark triad decor, with glossy tabletops and plush seats. If one is fortunate, they may get a table with gorgeous sea views overlooking Sentosa as well. Service was rather bruqsue though.

For food, we tried their recommended Mango Century Egg Glass Roll (SGD$6.00), a beautiful concoction respledent with flavors of the sandy-flavored century egg, soursweet overtures of mango and spiciness of ginger, all wrapped up in paper thin, satin smooth skin.

The Chilli Crab Tarts (SGD$8.50) were remarkably good - crispy tarts filled with chunks of spicy and springy crabmeat. It was a combination of heaven literally, and the palate loves this burst of spiciness and the flakiness of the tarts.

We also love the Custard Lava Buns (SDG$6.00), with soft and sweet buns filled with the most tasty salted egg yolk "lava" oozing out once bitten into. The rich, coarse "lava" paints the palate beautifully in its flavor and warmth.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/afternoon-tea-at-bosses-restaurant-at.html
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• 12 Jul 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overrated.

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Went for ala carte dim sum. Told us there is a 30% discount. Ordered a few dishes but honestly the food is pretty normal. Not worth the price we are paying. It wasn't very appetizing to start with, so we had enough within a pretty short time. We had one order of har Gou and one order of Xiao long Bao (which is really not fantastic at all!) and we were not able to finish it. We left 1 piece of har gau and 3 pcs of XLB and asked to pack for us. And she said she has to charge us original price for that because discount is only for dine in only. I find it very calculative given that we didn't ask to pack the whole order but only a few pieces. Not very impressed with the service level. Will not go again even though I did quite like the Liu sha Bao.. It's just not worth it!
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• 07 Jul 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Dim Sum!

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Bosses is far more then my expectation comparing to other similar chains. To my surprise the foods was serve rather after my order, two of my favorite dishes were the Custard Bun & Queen of Shumai both was delightful and are a must try. Co-workers & Servers are attentive to my needs throughout my dining experience. I would recommend Bosses as one of the place for great dim sum.
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