Stopped off here after food with friends. Atmosphere was great and staff looked after us well. I would recommend this place if visiting Singapore.
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Heard of this restaurant from my mother friend and yes! indeed found it and had a happy tummy in here. The meals was really good, though the space is small but we all like it. The terong and even the sambal makes you wanted for...More
There were only 2 of us so we couldn't order very much. Which is a great shame. But we enjoyed the set-our-mouths-on-fire Devil's curry, buah keluak and brinjal with tomatoes and salted fish. The Devil's curry was really good but too spicy to finish. So...More
The food here is a fusion of Peranakan and Eurasian cultures and is excellent! Enjoyed all the dishes we ordered. To top it up, the host and chef, Lionel, was very hospitable and came out of the kitchen to chat with his customers. He has...More
Not only was the food great, but you will be giving an education to your palette! Treat yourselves to the delicious flavours. A delightful experience for myself a local and for wife from Australia. Owner was very accommodating to change some foods to non spicy...More
My local friend and his family hosted me to this restaurant in Katong last Friday evening. What a surprise...I had never heard of Peranakan food or Eurasian fusion dishes. We had a small sized dishes, shared by six people....this enabled us to sample about ten...More
This is a not-to-be-missed Singapore dining experience. A SG$10 taxi from the central area will get you out to Katong and set you up for a real treat. The food is traditional Peranakan harking back to the original Eurasian influences in the Malay peninsula, hence...More
One of my favourite places in Katong. Have been here countless times and the owners aim to please. A place to go for authentic Nyonya / Eurasian cuisine.
Singapore has a number of Peranakan (Straits Malay) restaurants, and every one I've eaten at has been good, but this one is both good and a little bit different. Most of them serve Singapore Peranakan food, but the owners of Casa Bom Vento hail originally...More
I nearly always stay along Marine Parade when visiting Singapore, as it's relaxed, a little less commercial and retains a modicum of the 'old Singapore'. Whilst walking along East Coast, I peeked along Joo Chiat Road from the corner and walked passed this little culinary...More