For an Italian dining experience like no other in Singapore, head on over to Braci. Tucked away on the top two floors of a heritage shophouse, Braci provides a Mediterranean-style retreat right in the heart of Boat Quay, with its rooftop bar and restaurant serving up modern reinventions of classic Italian cuisine. Open on Mondays through to Saturdays, Braci is a popular choice for dinner and drinks in the Boat Quay area – to guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
Dear diners, please note the following:
-Groups of five people or more are required to dine from the set menu
-Card details are required for reservations of five people or more (you’ll be contacted by the Braci team)
-Braci cannot allow guests younger than 12-years-old
-Corkage is 1-for-1 or $50++ per bottle and cakeage is $8++ per pax
-Special requests are not guaranteed and are subject to availability and restaurant discretion
-Notes stating an alternative timing or party size will not be accommodated
Sprawling over two floors, Braci is one of Boat Quay’s top dining destinations. Enjoy some Italian cuisine in the restaurant with an open-plan kitchen and stylish surrounds, or head up to the rooftop bar and sip on cocktails while taking in stunning views of the city skyline and the Singapore river. In Italian braci means ‘ember’, and the menu at Braci embraces the art of grilling, using the special Jasper oven and shichirin grill to cook up mouthwatering meats and seafood. Begin your meal with appetizers like the hand-dived scallops with ham, almond milk, corn and apple, beef tartare with smoked marrow and lettuce or the tagliolini with red prawns and caviar, before moving on to the main affair.
Sink your teeth into a succulent steak, some duck breast with crispy skin and heirloom carrots, pork cheek with candied celeriac and blueberry sauce, or one of Barci’s market-fresh fish dishes like the sea bass with eggplant parmigiana and saffron sauce. Conclude your meal with some avocado and coffee parfait with cocoa jelly and crumble, or some homemade pumpkin pie, before heading upstairs to the rooftop bar to enjoy views across the city and cocktails whipped up by the team of mixologists, from creative signatures to old-time classics. For an unforgettable Italian meal in Singapore, Braci is the place to go. You’ll find it located on level 5 of Boat Quay – be sure of snagging a seat by making a reservation in advance and kindly note the following fees: corkage is 1-for-1 or $50++ per bottle and cakeage is $8++ per person.
Food was good and service was fine. However, I was expecting a lot more based on the reviews I read and taking into account its Michelin star. Wines are more expensive if compared to similar restaurants in Singapore, the one I ordered had a mark-up of 200% versus its price at the Singapore importer.
Great service, great atmosphere and most important of all, great food! The foie gras with chocolate is really rich and to die for. Bread from Italy is crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
View is nice, but not as what I expected, plus only two persons serve whole dine and roof bar, seriously they are rushing everywhere. Bar food is just okay, not surprised me, wine is really really good. Worthy to take a light dinner.
Went last week for work lunch and it was great, went again this week with family and it was fabulous. I love the fact the menu changes weekly. The food and the staff are amazing.
Excellent food and excellent service at the 5th floor restaurant area . Looftop bar was also quite nice. I wish I could have dinner at the rooftop bar in stead of serving only drinks there.
Everything was extremely beautiful. From the burrata to the beef jus in the pasta. Amazingly - no sous vide was seen in the open kitchen. And if chef did stick to traditional methods , it would be a 10/10 for me
Excellent food. Heavy for a weekday lunch but one cannot take away anything from the quality of what is on the offer. Innovation everywhere in all the dishes. No surprise they got their Michelin star within a short time after opening.
great food and great service. both the presentation and taste are outstanding. The open kitchen makes the diners feel like eating at home. And the roof-top bar is great for after work drink
Didn’t expect less from a restaurant with a Michelin Star... and they didn’t disappoint! Great service and really awesome food. Nothing weird or confusing in terms of flavours. Just great modern Italian food.
Tremendous value for lunch. The bread is unique, but does not mean it is the best. Hard bread more suitable to eat together with a soup. Good soft foccacia over this any day. Unquestionable effort and care, just not sure if all got translated into the final outcome.