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Masonic Club, 23A Coleman St s179806 (City Hall)
6509 1453
Mediterranean  /  French  /  Western  /  European  /  Fine Dining  /  Restaurant  /  Brunch  /  Private Dining
Tue to Sat: 1800 - 0100
Sun: 1100 - 1500
Closed on Mon
S$81 - S$150
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Signature Dish
Duck Confit / Steak and Eggs
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Takes Reservations (Details)
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Introduction

The Fat Duck-alumni chefs Ivan Brehm and Mark Ebbels— coupled with organisers of the Bacchanalia Brunch series open a a 100-seater that runs by a tapas-style sharing plates concept. Be surprised by the innovative spirit of the dishes, as in the case of a Steak and Eggs, with an egg made from a yam puree and egg confit.
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5 min(s) (Dine-in)
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2014-03-17
We spent...
Approx. S$130 (Dinner)
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MAR 14

Bacchanalia serves reinvented classics and thought-provoking dishes that are influenced by flavours, techniques and premium ingredients from around the world, with its chefs from the well-known restaurant The Fat Duck. The 150-seater restaurant is housed in the historic Masonic Club building. Hanging from the ceiling, are the 400 hand-blown glass bubbles imported from the US. Leather covered sofa by the wall, red velvet armchairs, and wooden panel flooring filled the pla...
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For full review and photos: http://gninethree.com/2013/10/28/bacchanalia-singapore-23a-coleman-street/ Made famous by their monthly Bacchanalia Brunch Series which took Singapore by storm in 2012, Bacchanalia Singapore has since found a permanent home in the main hall of the historical Masonic Club on Coleman Street. The space which holds up to 150 pax is decidedly intimate with dark wood paneling, a mix of plush burgundy-red lounge chairs and long com...
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