About 2 weeks ago, Jacqueline and I had the privilege of dining at Three Bistro Wine Bar with other fellow Bloggers and it was quite a memorable occasion as I also celebrated my 27th birthday there.
Serving Modern European cuisine with an infusion of the local touch, Three Bistro Wine Bar hopes to be THE chill-out place for delectable lunch treats, melodious music, and ice-cold alcohol.
Here’s what we had when we were there and what I am about to write is solely based on my own personal opinions and taste buds.
Soup- Roasted Tomato Delight
The soup was very tangy, sweet, and aromatic. I like the zesty taste of the soup that comes mainly from the tomato and I like the fact that the soup was served piping hot because soups that are served warm is a no-go for me; it MUST BE served PIPING HOT!
Starters- Oven Baked Escargots | Grilled Foie Gras
Between the Escargots and the Foie Gras, I will choose the Foie Gras because it tasted way better than the Escargots. In fact, I must compliment the Chef for pairing the charcoal bun and maple syrup with the Foie Gras because it was such a perfect combination. On the other hand, I honestly feel that the Escargots were somewhat tasteless and lacked the buttery and cheesy flavour that I was expecting.
Mains- Sirloin Steak | Swiss Rosti with Trio Sausages | Spicy Chicken Casserole
I’m not a consumer of beef and mutton and so I can’t really comment much about the black pepper Sirloin Steak except that it looked delicious. Of the three mains offered, I personally feel that the Swiss Rosti with Trio Sausages was the best though I have to admit that the Spicy Chicken Casserole wasn’t that bad either.
The portion size of all three mains were also quite sizeable and definitely satisfying.
Dessert- Classic Italian Panna Cotta | Chocolate Lava Cake
Being a desserts-person, I feel that the desserts served were substandard and could have been better. In my opinion, the Chocolate Lava Cake would have been more delicious if it packs a more dark-chocolatey punch and as for the Classic Italian Panna Cotta, it could have been more delicately smooth.
While there were some plus and minus in the food that we had, the overall dining experience at Three Bistro Wine Bar has certainly met our expectations and with their comprehensive collection of bistro specialities, I’m pretty sure they certainly have got much to offer.
Also, if you are looking for a venue to host a corporate event or even a private party for up to 150 guests, Three Bistro Wine Bar is conveniently located between City Hall and Esplanade MRT Stations.
Just to let you know, Three Bistro Wine Bar is also having a Family Menu Promotion from now till 30 June 2015 and if you are planning for a family get-together session; you might want to consider the offer.
In a special collaboration with Three Bistro Wine Bar, all of you [yes, our avid readers] are entitled to a 10% discount when you order any food items from the A-la-Carte menu.
To be entitled for the discount, just flash this Blog Post that you’re currently reading, snap some photos of the food that you’re ordering, and then post it on Three Bistro Wine Bar Facebook Page!
It’s as simple as that!
However, do note that the 10% discount entitlement is not valid with any other promotions, discounts or vouchers.
For any reservation, you can call Three Bistro Wine Bar at +65 63388644 or drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Three Bistro Wine Bar
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
Operation Hours: Mon – Thurs: 11am to 11pm | Fri & Sat: 11am to 12am | Sun: 1230pm to 930pm