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July 24, 2018
Only a couple years old, Bam! Tapas Sake Bar offers creative dishes inspired by an eclectic mix of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. With sophisticatedly simple modern décor with a touch of Spanish flair, to-die-for tacos, and brilliant service, Bam! will quickly turn into your next go-to tapas bar.
- Cleverly crafted Spanish-Japanese Fusion tapas: The marriage of Eastern and Western flavors comes from the clever collaboration of chef Derrick Lim, a sake specialist, and chef Pepe Moncayo, providing the European touch. The ever-changing menu will always leave you intrigued to keep coming back. Whether you are looking for Asian salmon sashimi, pineapple gazpacho, or Canadian Oyster, Bam! offers a dizzying selection of tapas to treat those taste buds.
- Daily fresh menu designed by the chef: Since June, Bam! has turned fully omakase, meaning that the chef chooses what to serve that day, depending on availability/freshness of ingredients. This is an excellent concept, ensuring that every tapa dish you order is 100% fresh and bursting with flavor. It also means that every dining experience will be different, so you’ll never get bored of the menu!
- Great value set lunch menu (40$++): The set lunch menu offers a generous selection of tapas to choose from, including ama ebi, duck & water chestnut dumpling, Chorizo Rice, and more. To put the cherry on top of a fine-lunch meal, they also offer a dessert to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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MENU: Discover a succulent array of tapas, desert options, and hearty sides. As their menu is constantly changing, visit their website to discover this season’s selection of dishes. The a-la-carte menu is well-rounded, with dishes ranging from $6 – $36.
AMBIENCE: The atmosphere is sophisticated, classy, and simple, suitable for savoring a meal with your colleagues, friends or family.
- Set lunch: $40++
- Four courses: S$98++
- Six courses: S$148++
- Eight courses: S$188++
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