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109 North Bridge Road
#02-15 Funan DigitaLife Mall
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6835-0238
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Restaurants » French
Food and Beverages » Wine and Spirits
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Cafe de Amigo is a BYO(Wine) restaurant in town. No corkage charge. No limit on number of bottles Cafe de Amigo was voted The Most Popular Theme Restaurant in 1999 & 2000 in Gourmet Hunt organized by The Radio Corporation of Singapore. Cafe de Amigo is also specializes in Oyster, Salmon and Escargot dishes.

Their opening hours are from 11am to 11pm daily.

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  1. Caraprincess
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     04 Sep 2008 at 12:51 pm

    Hubby and I visit this restaurant quite often for their potato soup and apple pie. Hubby likes its pork chop while I love its melt in your mouth beef lagsane. Their oyster and escargots are very tasty too. But one thing the boss would always like to recommend some wine to go with the food.. this is the part which I dun like :OP .... oh, another thing, soft warm bread with chilled hard butter is always served before the food arrives... I like.

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    1. Bobo
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       29 Dec 2007 at 5:19 pm
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      Cafe de Amigo relocated to Funan in 2006. Chef Foo Wah Ann is the man behind this very nice place. Having heard about him when he was at the renown La Brasserie (Marco Polo Hotel), we thought a visit to this place was a must. The ambience is pretty cosy. There is a live band singing jazzy tunes throughout the night. The crowd there is consists largely of those working in the area.

      Food Ordered:

      Deep-fried Cheese - 3pc ($16.50) 3 types of cheese melted together and deep fried, served with fresh basil and tomato sauce. I like the cheese which was firm and not oozing out of its shell. Soft Shell Crab ($13.50) The batter was a little too light and it was too oily for my taste. Small serving just enough for one person.

      Escargot A la Bourguignon (6 for $16.50) Served in a garlic and butter sauce, I found nothing spectacular about this dish. If anything, the serving was really small. Lobster Bisque ($9.50) "Bisque of Bisques" was its description in the menu. Thus we had to try this. It was flavourful however it's pretty hard to find lobster nor taste any lobster in this dish.

      Not the same Potato ($7.50) It is actually supposed to be creamy potato soup but the taste of potato was weak and overpowered by the cheese that was blended into it.

      Salad de Amis ($14.50) A huge serving of salad which you'll be able to see anywhere, served with olive oil vinegar dressing. Which I think wasn't enough as it was dry and a little bland.

      Chicken chop ($20.50) Grilled boneless chicken drumstick served in black pepper sauce and fries. Sadly you can get a good taste of this dish at hawker centres at a quarter of its price. Although boneless, the chicken had a fair share of fatty bits and it wasn't as succulent as I had expected. The black pepper sauce wasn't thick enough too.

      Ox-Tail ($24.50) One of the inhouse specialties. A generous serving of stewed oxtail served with boiled potato and broccoli. My companion commented that it was very tender and juicy. I did think that it was the one of the best dishes on the table that night Duck Breast ($26.50) Also one of the recommended dishes. Roasted duck slices in red wine sauce, served with boiled spinach. The combination seemed a little odd to me at first. But my companion has full of compliments for it so I guess it was really good.

      Normandy Apple Pie ($7.50) One of the recommended desserts. It was served with wild honey and vanilla ice-cream. I loved the crumbly crust which was light and tasty. One would find it hard to be sick of this. The inside was not overly sweet. Frezzie Tiramisu ($7.90) It was a regular ice cream cake. Certainly not worth the money.

      The presentation of the food was not good. More like they were all haphazardly put together. The service is alright. I don't think I will be back anytime soon...

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      1. Polarbear
        Polarbear said:
        Thought this place more often for wine collection?
        30 Dec 2007 at 5:05 pm
      2. Bobo
        Bobo said:
        Yup. It has a vast wine collection! :)
        30 Dec 2007 at 10:19 pm
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