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Situated in a conservation shop-house at 38 Seah Street, opposite Raffles Hotel, Tess Bar & Kitchen is a drink centric but food centred concept with a focus on the modern interpretation of cocktails and food. Designed to be a platform for young Asian talents to showcase their crafts, our young team pair their creations to offer a very unique experience for the guests. A mixture of dining and lounging settings, creates a very conducive open plan space for our guests to relax, mingle and get first hand interactions with the hands that are preparing their wine and dine experience. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 01:00
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 01:00
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 03:00
12:00 - 01:00
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Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
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Review (2)
Level4 2015-07-26
See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/07/26/wonderful-dinner-tess-bar-kitchen-on-24jul2015/family celebrating a special occasion, so daughter arranged a 7pax dinner at tess bar & kitchen on 24.7.2015.^^ it was a quite wonderful dinner. ambience was very happening with drinking crowd & food was good. i was here earlier in march. the food was pretty ok.we ordered a dozen fresh oysters, S$3ea. they were big, plump & sweet, no metallic aftertaste. daughters liked the truffles fries. there were yam, sweet potatoes & potatoes. i didn’t taste any truffle, didn’t think much of it. wife ordered a cocktail to share. cocktailit came with pink grapefruit, grapes & raspberries etc. so you “mixed” your own, kind of anyway. i not into liquor but it was a drinkable cocktail for me.wife ordered a bespoke cocktail for herself. it was very nice!^^ we also had an order of beer & another cocktail. i loved the duck rillette! the best i had was at the clifford. this one here was of no comparison with the favourful duck rilette at the clifford. the smoked duck breast was nice too, with the lentils. i don’t take foie gras these days if i can help it. the camembert cheese was good too! & the caramelised apples. the crispy skin salmon was better than i expected, quite nice with the passion fruit sauce & mesclun. the funghi risotto was excellent!^^ this definitely much better than my own funghi risotto. the prawn linguine tomato sauce was good too. it was nothing special though, just a very competent one. the gamberini linguine at kith looked really good & i must try it sometime. vongole was very good. very tasty!^^ 1 of the best vongole i had. & it was quite different from the vongole i had for lunch sometime ago. that seemed from the photos to be a lot drier & if you don’t taste the sauce at the bottom it was not so great. this new version was much better. the wagyu beef with bone marrow was superb!^^ wagyu beef was tender & the bone marrow was fantastic! it was quite perfect to have the bread to mop up the bone marrow. dinner was S$393 nett inclusive of the drinks for 7pax. less drinks it would be like S$280 so about S$40pax nett. pretty ok! continue reading
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