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Three Bistro

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Three Bistro is an upscale restaurant and bistro serving Italian-Fusion cuisine. At Three Bistro, we take customer service very seriously. All who come in are ensured a good dining experience. We pride ourselves in providing that extra service and quality food at affordable prices.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 63388644
$26 based on 11 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (5 votes), Business Dining (5 votes)
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Jane Leong
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Hidden Gem for Vday and Dinner!

Hidden Gem. Yesterday I was walking around, waiting for my hubby to log off work. Saw their Vday menu. We just went in since we needed a place for dinner.
 
 Cosy place, friendly service crew- especially the Auntie that is of age.
 We ordered their Vday set dinner- I had Steak and my hubby had Salmon. Worth it! I personally think they should have charged higher.
 
 Good service:
 As my hubby had to drive, we requested to change the sparkling wine to coffee. And they did it for us! Most restaurants that I know of will have extra charges! But Three Bistro did it for free! Very Thoughtful.
 
 Food wise:
 The 2 free glasses of wine was good.
 Should try the lava cake! Not too sweet!

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02 Mar 2015 • 257 reviews • 8 followers

Fuzzy Concept Food

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Currently, the concept of the food at Three Bistro appears inherently fuzzy to me, though I sincerely appreciate the effort that goes into styling up some dishes here. For full review, visit www.dairycream.blogspot.com

Our dinner started rolling with some warm comforting soups. Those who love truffle oil would love this rendition of mushroom soup ($6) as the chef is rather generous with the serving. However, a drizzle of truffle oil might just suffice as it overpowered the mushroom flavour.

This Seafood Soup ($8) resembled a fishermen's stew with plenty of fresh fish, squid, in a perfect backdrop of sweet and sour tomato base that would rally up anyone's spirits on a rainy day.

The pizza base is gratifyingly crisp and the combination of chicken, pineapples and bbq sauce in this BBQ Chicken Pizza ($10.50) sounded like a Hawaiian dream come true. And this dream would realize in reality if fresh honest ingredients were used and a little more effort were channeled to craft the dough. For full review, visit here
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11 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Hidden Gem for Vday and Dinner!

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Hidden Gem. Yesterday I was walking around, waiting for my hubby to log off work. Saw their Vday menu. We just went in since we needed a place for dinner.
 
 Cosy place, friendly service crew- especially the Auntie that is of age.
 We ordered their Vday set dinner- I had Steak and my hubby had Salmon. Worth it! I personally think they should have charged higher.
 
 Good service:
 As my hubby had to drive, we requested to change the sparkling wine to coffee. And they did it for us! Most restaurants that I know of will have extra charges! But Three Bistro did it for free! Very Thoughtful.
 
 Food wise:
 The 2 free glasses of wine was good.
 Should try the lava cake! Not too sweet!
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21 Jan 2015 • 294 reviews • 21 followers

Drink, Dine and Chill

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For the complete review, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2015/01/three-bistro-marina-square.html

Thr3e Bistro ('TB'), a unique F&B mashup concept between a bistro, a wine bar and a restaurant. Not sure what you will call it, but I categorised it as Gastropub.

In TB, you can have the option of seating in a comfortable chic sofa with luxurious coffee tables to chill; or a proper dining tables to tuck in to selections of delectable food. On Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evening, there will be live band to set the atmosphere at TB. It also provide a nice environment to hold a private function and parties.

We started the tasting with Classic Mushroom Soup ($6) and Seafood Soup ($8). The mushroom soup is creamy and you can taste the bits of the mushrooms. Served with a dash of truffle oil, it might be a delight for truffle oil lover, but for me, its a little bit of overload on the taste of truffle. The crispy bread and chips provide a contrasting texture to the dish. Meanwhile the seafood soup looks like the mini version of seafood bouillabaisse. The fish, prawn, clams and calamari are fresh. You can taste the sweetness of the seafood in the broth with the tanginess of the tomato. The seafood soup get my pick.

Pan Seared Salmon with Tofu ($12) as a starter provided a good value. The salmon is well glazed with teriyaki sauce and cooked just nice. The bland yet crisp fried tofu is a good pairing to the sweet and think teriyaki sauce. There is a sweet wasabi sauce on the side for those who prefer a little kick in the flavours. Very unorthodox dish, but creative fusion dish for those looking for healthy food.

We started our mains with the Black Cod ($27), as it is lighter in flavours. A thick cut of oven baked cod fish served on the bed of salsa. The cod fish has a moist and buttery feels when you bite into it. The salsa is just refreshing, while you can't hardly taste the anchovies pungent aroma from the cream. I will like it better if they pan fried the skin first to make it crispy before they oven baked it.

You might want to give the Baby Back Ribs ($23) a miss. It seems they just glazed the their homemade BBQ sauce before they put it on the grill and it did not absorb into the ribs. The meat is hard, dry and tasteless while the cuts are thicker than the normal baby back. They should marinate the ribs overnight with the sauces soaking the ribs; allow more moisture back into the meat and let the vinegar in the sauce to tenderise the meat.

For review other main dishes & desserts that we tried, click here.

Overall, Thr3e Bistro provide a unique and interesting dining atmosphere, but definitely a good place to chill out. Their seafood dishes are the star for this place, while the rest heavier protein such as lamb or pork can be improved. So if you are around Marina Square area, give this place a try and let me know what you think. Cheers!!

Thank you very much Thr3e Bistro team for hosting this food tasting session.  
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08 Dec 2014 • 37 reviews • 33 followers

Gastronomic experience with good ambience

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Centrally located at Marina Square, directly opposite Suntec City, Three Bistro may be the perfect place for you to have a lunch or dinner plus a nice glass of vino or beer.

Serving western fusion food, the chef plays a big part on beautiful presentation while not comprimising on the taste.

Enjoyed the duck confit, mushroom soup and some more delectable dishes. Besides main courses, you can choose from an array of snacks and starters for a lighter meal.

Some very exclusive and good wines from places like Bulgaria and Romania can also be enjoyed here.

Read my blog for full review: http://ilovedawn00.blogspot.sg/2014/12/food-review-three-bistro.html  
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09 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

New Menu and good attitude

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Didn't know this place has Duck confit.
We were shopping around and saw this place with live band.

Duck confit was good, not too dry and goes well with the mash potato.
I had cod fish. I like it, not too heavy for dinner.
We both shared a brownie and ice-cream.
The brownie has this home-made feeling. We had a quick chat with the Chef, he said he made it himself which I find it very surprising. Nowadays, most restaurants tend to order from suppliers and not make these themselves.

Live band is not too noisy.
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