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A perfect full experience for our anniversary and my birthday. The food was amazing, they were able to cater flawlessly for my Gluten Free hubby in the degustation. The staff were amazing in providing just the right amount of attention to us whilst also letting us enjoy a rare relaxed evening together. When a group that had book got a bit roudy and impacted on the atmosphere, they acted straight away moving us without us even saying anything. Can’t fault a thing. Will hopefully be back! Thanks so much, Nico
Perfect. Really perfect. I can't say something else than you will enjoy it for sure.
Third time here. Food is delicious and innovative. Service is impeccable. Chef Mirko is approachable and attentive.
Absolutely fantastic- every dish on the menu was meticulously crafted- a delight
In accordance with most other reviews, their bread imported from Puglia is probably their pièce de résistance. I'll try their dégustation menus next time, but their à-la-carte, though admirable and spectacular in their own way, leaves a little to be desired when you consider their price points. Last weekend my wife and I were at another Michelin-starred establishment and we were twice more satisfied, twice more impressed, ate the same amount of food, and paid half the total bill. Braci's amuse-bouche promised much but delivered less, and I felt the same rule applied to everything else. Flavours did not elicit euphoria. Miso Scampi was an impressive sight, the sea urchin+caviar Taglioni as well, but while the former tickled one's taste buds the latter flatly disappointed with it's limp noodles that the chef clearly forgot to flavour (or salt), leaving the job to the equally flaccid sauce. You'll have uni-er unis at Japanese restaurants in Singapore. The pigeon was good, came all the way from Brest. As a resident foodie in Brittany (France) I can safely say this bird is one of the best on this island, though at $108++ it probably won't satisfy as it should. Desserts are recommended: they're interesting, different and worth more than their mains.
Had a chance to check out this intimate 1 Michelin star restaurant housed in a quaint shophouse along the riverfront due to a special curated menu released for Gastromonth. The set menu was a succinct and excellent way to showcase their signature dishes. We started with the amuse bouche of a trio of vegetables presented in different ways, not to my palate but a refreshing spin on how they incorporated different textures and cooking styles for each of the vegetable presented. The bread served was flown in all the way from Italy daily and had an excellent crust with an airy yet chewy interior (if only they served seconds) We moved on to our entrees of hand dived scallops served with a smoked yolk and boy was the smoked yolk a perfect complement, imparting a smoky mouthfeel to the fresh and plump scallops. The soy based sauce at the base of the scallops was great in providing some flavour to the otherwise clean tasting scallops. The prawn tagliolini was served next, with the sicilian prawn served tartare style, a harmony of sweet and briny flavours coated the prawns and along with the tagliolini tossed in a concentrated prawn bisque was easily the best dish of the meal. Thereafter came the beef tenderloin, executed to a great medium rare but nothing exceptional to shout about although pairing it with a walnut puree was innovative. Desserts were round up with a serving of chocolate cake dotted with caramel mousse and a side of bay leaf gelato. A very unique spin since bay leaves are mostly used in soups. A complimentary petit four was served with a white chocolate cup holding some spiced apples and a separate wafer replicating a pear tart. Overall an excellent dining experience showcasing some unique Italian ingredients and style of cooking. The open air kitchen was a lovely space and allowed us to see how our food was prepared as well.
We have been here twice before, as we love BRACI! After a drink on the rooftop terrace, with the beautifull view over Boat Quay, we went downstairs to the restaurant. One can choose from a-la-carte or a surprise-menu... both fantastic choices! All courses look beautiful and the chef explains (in quite rapid and therefor sometimes not so well understandable words) about the ingredients and where these were sourced. We love it at Braci!
Very expensive. We choose the selection menus for the whole table (5 dishes + wine pairing). we had romanesco cauliflower with cheese cream. The cream was a bit sickening while the cauliflower had been oven baked and did not present any real interest. Scalop was ok. Beef was actually good but once again no particular interest (onions, spanich as side dishes, i have known better) Chocolate cake was ok but once again a bit sickening. (pantler is much better for instance). In terms of wine we had prosecco, 3 white wine, 1 red and 1 dessert rose wine. All of them were good but only 1 red wine over the whole selection looks a bit unbalanced. The bill was salty. Second time i have the same impression over Braci. Wanted to give it a second chance but will probably not take a third chance...
We have been coming to Braci for quite sometime and have had items of a la cartel and degustation menus. The food, service and atmosphere are just superb. Costs are quite expensive but for this quality restaurant in Singapore is to be expected. We have brought several overseas guests and they are all very impressed I would strongly recommend and it’s one hat Michelin is well deserved.
I had a date night with my husband and we opted for Braci. We had a fantastic evening: our table on the roof terrace had a great view of the river and the food was fantastic. The Tochigi Wagyu was probably the best tasting beef I've ever had! Desserts were also delicious :) We ordered from the a la carte menu, but I think next time I'd like to try their degustation menu to be surprised by their talented chef.