For a relaxed bite with a menu which is genuinely international, diners in Singapore know the answer is Eight Cafe & Bar. With a menu that offers the best of global dining and an attitude which says simply sit, eating out in Singapore is at its best in Eight Cafe & Bar. Nestled on Bukit Pasoh Road in Tanjong Pagar, diners are heading out to this relaxed eatery in droves for great food in a laidback ambience in the city.
Excellent service. Food was value for money. Ambience was good and choice of food was many. Except the music as background can be better. The staff was attentive.
Good service with great atmosphere. The food especially the Har Cheong Fried Chicken is good. The Fried Oyster Mushroom was great too. Overall we had an wonderful time there.
They were very kind and friendly. The staff showed us their menu puctures and we could get to explaine about food of detail. It was perfect for us.
Too often when a restaurant bills itself as international, savvy diners read unable to specialise and so does a bit of everything rather poorly, but Eight Cafe & Bar is the exception that proves the rule. In place of a mish-mash of poorly related dishes is Eight’s considered and coherent take on global food, curated without engaging the scattergun approach that undermines lesser international restaurants in Singapore. This is evidently popular with diners in Tanjong Pagar that are rewarding the Bukit Pasoh Road local with their custom.
The food, long the reason to trip out to Tanjong Pagar’s Bukit Pasoh Road, is a short menu of well-done favourites with a smattering of exotic ingredients from near and far. Eight Cafe & Bar is open from lunch service between 11:30am and 3pm Monday to Sunday. Dinner service is 6:30pm to 11pm Monday to Thursday and between 6:30pm and 1am Fridays and Saturdays. A reservation is a must, particularly over the weekend as Eight Cafe & Bar have a limited number of covers.