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A semi-fine dining establishment in Singapore’s Marine Parade, Charisma D’Venue is a multi-purpose venue offering fantastic halal cuisine, an events space and an all-around exquisite experience. The atmosphere at this restaurant is opulent and luxurious, and the service makes one feel just like a king or queen. Charisma D’Avenue’s cuisine features a mix of Western and South Asian delights, all of which are made to order by a team of talented chefs. Make sure to wash it all down with one of the restaurant’s mocktails before heading back out onto Joo Chiat Road.
nice ambience & good foods. They have friendly staffs too.
Friendly staff. The Service is Good and the Food is Moderate. Very nice atmosphere and warm ambience. Easy to locate. Easy access and Car park convenience !
All the meals that we tried taste good. It would be better if its not too sweet. Almost all the dishes are sweet. Nice ambience. Will come back.
At Charisma D’Avenue Restaurant although you may feel as though you’re dining inside a palace, the food is excellently-priced and certainly won’t break the bank. This wonderful east meets west restaurant on Joo Chiat Road at Marine Parade is decorated with plenty of white that’s complemented nicely with delicate pastel shades. That being said, it remains a great Singapore spot for casual dining, formal lunches and everything inbetween.
In terms of the menu, as we said, the food is east meets west and favourites include the biryani lamb shank which features lamb braised in a rich gravy and served with mango chutney and rice, the pan-fried seabass, the Charisma grilled chicken wings and the Charisma calamari. As well as all of that, we’re particularly fond of the ong bak pasta – as we believe the rest of Marine Parade and Singapore are as well – which is simply sauteed linguine in a seafood tomyum sauce.