Photos by Florence of Make Your Calories Count
WHENEVER WE we visited Marina Bay Sands, I found it hard to find a restaurant which serves quality food without burning a hole in my wallet. Caffé B is just about the right fit for us.
Its revamped three-course Set Lunch Menu at S$25++, available between 12pm to 3pm, Monday to Sunday is just about right for business executives.
Caffé B is a social dining and bar concept that offers contemporary Italian cuisine with a Japanese twist in an elegant and relaxed setting, alongside fine Italian and Japanese wines.
We loved the opulent yet welcoming interior that beckons with crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, and the wood and copper setting.
The three-course set menu started off with a chunky potato wrapped in a thinly sliced aged prosciutto ham, topped with bonito flakes and complemented with a side of mesculin salad that was tossed in miso vinaigrette: A starter that combined sweet, sour, bitter and savoury to kickstart our taste buds for the meal.
The Chef's pot of the day changes daily between cauliflower soup, clam chowder and the tomato soup with herbs and croutons shown above. Between the two starters, I would advise to choose the former considering the taste of tomato soup was mediocre.