Expanding on his No Menu ristorante concept, local restauranteur Osvaldo Forlino takes over a Peranakan-styled kopitiam space on the corner of Telok Ayer and Boon Tat Streets to launch a more approachable and affordable experience in No Menu Bar. The space, split into three sections, serves rice mix-and-match Chinese dishes (from $5) during lunch, as well as a rotational menu of quick serves like pizza, pasta and homemade sandwiches, with notable options like parma hand laden with Taleggio cheese ($14), Kurobuta spaghetti ($11) and halfroast chicken with potatoes ($14) on offer. Come night fall, tapas and cocktails reign – the former, with plates like asparagus wrapped in parma ham and sweet apple sauce pork belly priced at $7, and cocktails by Forlino offspring, Gaia, with dominant Italian flavours like limoncello in the mix.
|Venue name:||No Menu Bar|
7 Boon Tat St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 8am-midnight, Sat & PH 5.30pm-midnight|
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