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(Closed) Platters Bistro & Wine Bar

European, Fusion, Western, Wine

70%100%

10 votes

62238048

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 17:00 - 00:00

$42 based on 8 reviews
As its name suggests, Platters dishes up food for sharing — on half (serves 2-3) and full (serves 4-6) platters — with sides of cheese and charcuterie platters and a limited menu of lunch platters for two. See what foodies like this place for
pickledpeas • 30 Jan 2014148 reviews 6 followers

For the full review with pictures, see here.
 
 We came here on Friday for dinner just for the heck of it, plus, the online menu looked pretty amazing, and it didn't fail to disappoint!
 
 Bear in mind you have to cut through this evening throng at Chinatown just to get to the place. It's a short walk from Chinatown MRT, but can become very, very long with all these people in your path.
 
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pickledpeas • 30 Jan 2014148 reviews 6 followers

For the full review with pictures, see here.
 
 We came here on Friday for dinner just for the heck of it, plus, the online menu looked pretty amazing, and it didn't fail to disappoint!
 
 Bear in mind you have to cut through this evening throng at Chinatown just to get to the place. It's a short walk from Chinatown MRT, but can become very, very long with all these people in your path.
 
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Madame Chewy • 17 Jan 2014118 reviews 7 followers

For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2014/01/17/platters-wine-and-bistro-bar/ 
 
At Platters, the owners believe the spirit of sharing makes meals more enjoyable. Food are served on wooden platters; diners can choose half or full boards. There are already quite a number of restaurants with communal dining concept, so in this aspect, Platters is not THAT unique. So what sets Platters apart?
 
 Unlike their competitors, the menu changes every 3-4 months. For every season, a different chef...

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Orangesfy • 17 Nov 201317 reviews 0 followers

At $88 for a platter of 5 dishes for what tasted like frozen finger food, this place is unnecessarily expensive .. I can't believe we effectively paid $17 for a matchbox sized piece of cheese. Or $18 for 3 bites of fish. .. Service for food was also painfully slow.

You really expect more at that price.

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