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One bite of the food at Boca is enough to convince you that you’re having a meal in Portugal itself. Set in a row of shophouses along Bukit Pasoh Road on the borderlands between Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar, Boca definitely stands out for its authentic Portuguese dishes. Divided into three specific levels each with a different Portuguese-themed design, customers are seated according to their consumption choices - snacks, mains, or wine and tapas. While a modern restaurant, Boca provides the ambience and traditional flavours native to Portugal.
The quality of foods slightly changed if compare to the first time I went to this restaurant. Overall is satisfied and hopefully the restaurant/chef could bring back the taste that I had last time.
I highly recommend the octopus, which was grilled to a tender texture and the sauted prawns, which was flavourful. Their house red wine was delicious too!
Amazing food and service. Great atmosphere. Daniel, the Portuguese owner, makes you feel very welcome. Felt like we were having lunch at a friend's house. Will go back many times for sure.
As an international food hub, Singapore fusing global and local delicacies for foodies on the daily hunt for the best in cuisine. Located on Bukit Pasoh Road in Chinatown, Boca focuses on authentic Portuguese hospitality. Boca is adorned with Portugal’s national icon - the andorinha, birds symbolic of love, loyalty and family and devotes each of the restaurant’s three floors to a different dining experience. Following the flow of your usual meal structure, the first level caters to those looking for simply finger food, seated in a modern environment. The second level provides a cosier environment where diners can sit in booths.
Finally, the third level is set aside for wine tasting. Leading the kitchen are two young and talented Portuguese chefs, Helio Goncalves and Francisco Vaz. Whet your appetite with delicious cod fritters or rosemary shrimps, and continue on with a Portuguese-style steak. Authentic Portuguese flavour extends beyond main courses to include desserts and beverages. Finish your dining experience with a Portuguese egg tart and a dessert wine or cocktails. It is Singapore’s pleasure to have Boca bring a different and less common cuisine into play, and what better place to be than in the historical ethnic enclave of Chinatown? Make an online reservation today to avoid waiting for a table.