Cuisine: Japanese Omakase
Opening Hours: Lunch Daily: 12.00 - 2.00pm, Dinner Mon - Thu 6.00pm - 10.30pm, Fri - Sat : 6.00pm - 11.30pm
Telephone : +65 6226 0500
In a a warmly-lit dining room with open kitchen BAM! serves gastronomic dishes pairing Spanish and Japanese cuisines to create an innovative and original style of tapas using the season’s freshest ingredients.
BAM’s omakase-style counter dining offers a parade of gastronomic indulgence pairing of Spanish and Japanese cuisines to create an innovative and original style of tapas using the season’s freshest ingredients and one designed to be enjoyed with sake. Spanning across two shop house units at 38-40 Tras Street, it has a relaxed open kitchen, discreet private dining space and a floor-to-ceiling sake cellar that boast of over 80 outstanding Sakes. Chef Pepe’s culinary creativity and textures ensure every dish is exquisitely plated to excite your palate.
Cold Capellini Pasta with Sakura Ebi and Uni.
Encloses a warmly-lit dining room with its open kitchen, the atmosphere is simple yet sophisticated and classy.
The Waiter and Waitresses are very friendly and explain each dish beautifully. Overall service is top notch
BAM! offers some of the best Spanish cuisines in Singapore, serving a tantalizing collection of dishes that are suitable for group gatherings and casual dining. You might get a pineapple gazpacho with compressed watermelon and junsai (water lily buds) as appetizer to stimulate the palate. There is an ankimo tofu dish, which is made with monkfish. There is a great grilled octopus gazpachuelo, plates with a colourful blend of sago and tobiko. Some of his Chef Pepe’s other spectacular dishes include pork jowl item served with sesame, pickled endives, and emperor sprouts and another a decadent, creamy potpourri of green beans, creme fraiche, uni, sweet ama ebi, and tangy ponzu jelly. And finish up your meal with Lemon tart, buttery chocolate and crunchy roasted almonds desert depending on which set to choose. In the spirit of ‘modern shudo’, (a trend of sake appreciation) BAM have about three certified sake sommeliers to guide you through one of some 100 bottles during the meal.
SGD 98 – 226++
BAM!’s omakase style dining is an ever-evolving experience with exquisite culinary creations inspired by an eclectic mix of Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. With sophisticated simple modern décor with a touch of Spanish flair, to-die-for tacos, and brilliant service, it presents a variety of dishes, so there is something for everyone on the menu. The food here is more Spanish than it is Japanese and dining here is no way cheap.
38 Tras Street