6376 9740
Our “Black Society” restaurant, which began operations in 2006 has offered a wide range of innovative and contemporary Chinese cuisines set in a stylish and black-colored theme interior design. In addition to popular Cantonese dim sum and traditional Chinese banquet dishes, our menu continues to evolve as we incorporate other regional flavours and trendy elements into traditional Chinese cuisine. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Signature Dishes
Aromatic Crispy Duck Superior Sharkfin Xiao Long Bao Lobster Bisque Xiao Long Bao
Review (23)
Level4 2015-02-24
Bosses Restaurant is an elegant, sophisticated Chinese restaurant with a good assortment of dimsum and other Chinese dishes. The restaurant itself is done up in a tasteful dark triad decor, with glossy tabletops and plush seats. If one is fortunate, they may get a table with gorgeous sea views overlooking Sentosa as well. Service was rather bruqsue though.For food, we tried their recommended Mango Century Egg Glass Roll (SGD$6.00), a beautiful concoction respledent with flavors of the sandy-flavored century egg, soursweet overtures of mango and spiciness of ginger, all wrapped up in paper thin, satin smooth skin.The Chilli Crab Tarts (SGD$8.50) were remarkably good - crispy tarts filled with chunks of spicy and springy crabmeat. It was a combination of heaven literally, and the palate loves this burst of spiciness and the flakiness of the tarts.We also love the Custard Lava Buns (SDG$6.00), with soft and sweet buns filled with the most tasty salted egg yolk "lava" oozing out once bitten into. The rich, coarse "lava" paints the palate beautifully in its flavor and warmth.For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/afternoon-tea-at-bosses-restaurant-at.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-25
Happen to have a meeting here around Vivocity and after the meeting I have decided to have a simple meal in this Chinese restaurant seen it was not crowded and quite quiet.  'Dark' is the word to discribe this restaurant layout, which best suit me who do not really like to dine in restaurant which is too bright.  Bought their Seafood spinach beancurd to go along with a bowl of plain rice. Portion was quite generous and love the crispy deep fried spinach beancurd which is very soft inside and with that slight fragrant from the mashed spinach topped on it.  Other than this, prawns and squid are all fresh and chewy.  Spent $15 for this meal which is quite alright.  Service was friendly and prompt as well. continue reading
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Bosses is my foolproof place to go to when i want good quality dimsum at affordable prices. Each time, Im amazed at the rpice and how filling the dishes are! Almost everytime i eat it i order the same few dishes but i try to order 1 or 2 different ones to try. This time round, other than the usual signature stuff that I order like the egg lava bun and xiao long bao, I tried something different which was surprisingly good! Firstly, lets talk about the 'usual' dishes. The xiaolongbao is Definitely something i order each time because it just feels incomplete to not order xiaolongbao. I would say the xiaolongbao here is not bad, tasty broth and all, but I think i prefer the one from dingtaifung. Where it lose out is the skin texture, which is not thin enough. The egg lava bun is something I will never fail to order.. and I think bosses ranks in my top 3 of egg lava bun in Singapore because I like the saltiness of the egg yolk in it. The texture of the bun is very soft as well.. I like to just bite it a little and slurp the watery yolk in it. Slurps! This time i went, my boyfriend and I have' progressed' to ordering one basket each.. that shows how much we love it! The Siewmai here is a must-do if you love siewmai. Beware though because they are really huge! Just look at the picture.. and the big succulent prawn on top of them just makes it so filling. I think its very worth the price and I like the fact that the meat in it is not too fatty. The only disappointment this time round came from the har gow. It came in 3 different colours -white, black and yellow.. but they all tasted the same.. The star of today's entry is this!!The chilli crab tart. When I saw it on the menu, i was rather skeptical.. but wah.. the chilli crab filling is wonderful - fragrant, just right spicy and full of flavour! it even went very well with thr tart crust! I only wished I had the stomach space to eat more of this.. Remember to go on mon-sat between 230 to 5pm for 30% discount and eat to your heart's content!  continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
after finishing a day trip at sentosa , desire to feeling dim sum for tea time , so we decided to eat at Bosses located at Vivocity The restaurant's deco is black , it was spacious and cosy to dine in we ordered xiao long bao , siew mai, har gow , snow cha siew bao etc l liked the xiao long bao with it's skin thin and filling was well marinated and juicy , the snow cha siew bao is crispy on the outer part and cha siew is juicy and tender .As for the siew mai there is a prawn on top , where you can taste tenderness and freshness of prawn and the skin of siew mai is soft continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-27
Bosses, also better known as 黑社会 for our chinese-speaking counterparts had been a mainstay in Vivocity for a very long time, being located at Vivocity ever since the mall’s opening in 2006. Much of the restaurant stayed the same over the 7 years that had past; the iconic black hallway in between the reception area and the dining area, the black-themed restaurant that is uniquely theirs. It’s just that familiar, even if it was 7 good years from then.Most Chinese restaurants would present an appetiser item once you are seated. Most places offer braised peanuts, but Bosses always serve up the Crispy Fish Skin ($3.80) with it’s special chili sauce. The Crispy Fish Skin is just crispy and salted moderately. While it definitely does not taste fishy, it’s light salty flavour definitely aids in opening up the appetites of one before the actual food comes.Crispy Sesame Mango Prawn Salad Roll ($7.00) was the first item to be served. It was definitely crispy but was not greasy. The sesame also made it pretty fragrant with the fried batter. The prawns were succulent and fresh, while the Mango puree was also sufficiently sweet. The mayonnaise that came with it was a unique blend of Wasabi Mayo that came with the sharp taste of the numbing paste in sushi restaurants, but does not induce that intense numbness that will run through from the tongue to the nose due to the heavier mayo ratio in it.Signature Fried Noodles with Superior Soya Sauce ($6.80) was definitely chewy and indeed very flavourful. A great dish to have alongside the Dim Sum as a main if you are one who likes to order a serving of rice/noodles/porridge to share to accompany the Dim Sum.Prawn with Kai Lan Rice Roll ($6.50) was a dish that did not really impress as it was served to us lukewarm. The Soy Sauce did boost the flavour of the dish, and while the prawns are big the kai lan was a bit too stiff for my liking.Shanghai “Xiao Long Bao” ($6.50) came in sixes, as opposed to the rest of the items that came in either threes or fours in steamers. The dough was rather inconsistent on the top, with a few too thick, a few too thin and a few just right. It did not really help when one of it was also already broken when served. The ones that were fine had a very tasty broth that pretty much filled up the entire Xiao Long Bao, and the meat was just chewy and just nice in texture without any rough bits in between.Superior Minor Char Siu Bao ($4.50) was definitely not a minor in terms of taste, but more so in it’s size (which is why it is named as such). These may look small in size, but there is a reasonable amount of meat packed inside in all the empty spaces. The pork was also definitely well marinated in the BBQ Honey sauce which made it nice and sweet. There were also no traces of fatty meat found inside the bun, a detail that was much appreciated by everyone on the table.Har Gow ($5.00) was also a pretty well executed dish. The prawns were fresh and succulent, though the skin can be a little too thick to some. Loved the fact that it came off from the piece of paper without any bits of the skin sticking onto the bottom.While there is no regular Shumai ($6.00) dish here, the closest one would be the Queen of Shumai. The prawn sits on the top of the Shumai, presumably trying to be the crown for the Shumai which is why it bears such a royal name. While we did enjoy the Shumai at the bottom that contains much of the taste of prawn, the prawn that sits on top of the Shumai was a bit too stiff for our liking, and we just did not like it that they had included the shell of the tail on top, which makes it a hassle to eat.For dessert, Ace Durian Mochi ($6.50) is one of the items that had look been on the menu ever since the restaurants inception. D24 Durian is used here, and the snow skin of the Mochi is just ice-cold and chewy, with the strong flavours of durian and the texture of the fibres being the filling of the Mochi. Definitely something not for the people who cannot take the taste of durian!The final star of the meal had to be the Signature Custard Lava Bun ($6.50), which was full of flowy salted egg custard goodness. The bun was not too thick and a bite of the bun brings you straight into the custard that fills up most of the insides. A dish not to be missed while here!For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2013/10/26/bosses-%E9%BB%91%E7%A4%BE%E4%BC%9A-vivocity/ continue reading
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