More about the restaurant: Baccarat
Reborn in the same Downtown Core location where it developed a loyal local appreciation club over a decade ago, Baccarat is the epitome of elegance and luxury with its supercharged cocktail of chic design, magnificent menus, world-class drinks and an atmosphere unmatched on Temasek Boulevard. The perfect place to kick back and relax and enjoy the finer things in life in the heart of Marina Bay, Baccarat is the ideal location for after-work drinks or a more elegant affair to sample premium cocktails, wine and champagne while listening to eclectic tunes long into the evening. Whether you’re in for a drink and tapas or settle in for some truly first-class dining, just be sure to book ahead, because Baccarat is as popular as it was last time around!
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Baccarat has recently returned to Suntec City in Singapore’s Downtown Core, a location where they created quite a following over ten years ago before taking an extended sabbatical. Anybody who remembers those days fondly will be glad to hear: Baccarat is back with a bang. Featuring live music every night, great happy hour rates, an elegant and ornate setting, an unbeatable central location, one of the best stocked bars in Singapore and a huge array of mouth-watering dishes, it’s good to see Baccarat back on Temasek Boulevard.
With one eye on comfort and another on style, Baccarat’s dining room is a combination of ornate luxury and homely atmosphere. The perfect place to settle in with a loved one or in a large group for a civilised drink and some delicious tapas, Baccarat offers a large spread of western and local dishes presented beautifully and displaying a dedication to fresh, seasonal ingredients. The menu at this reborn Singapore favourite on Temasek Boulevard in the downtown core changes often, but previous feasts of prawn quesadillas, truffle fries, and Black Angus striploin steak au poivre with cognac peppercorn sauce hint at the kind of quality you can look forward to.