The inside of the mall is massive, and thanks to the young man at concierge who could not discern left from right, we ended up taking a tour of the mall, or was that on purpose??
Caffe B's restaurant entrance is in the basement, a little odd but I guess that's to make room for their bar at promenade level which overlooks the water out to where the Fullerton Hotel is, which I have to admit is rather pretty. Service was very professional and efficient with our waiter refilling our water glasses ever so often, and the serving staff dropping a "bon appetit" when each course is served. Professional but stoic and impassioned - they seem to be low in energy, and overworked...
The food was decent and competent but really nothing to write home about. The Japanese chef ensured there were spots of the crossover coming through but overall, it wasn't spectacular.
|Bread for the table|
To start, we had the Caffe B Antipasto Selection to save us the trouble of choosing an appetiser. And we thought it would be a good representation of what they have to offer since it was our first time.
|Wagyu Beef Carpaccio|
|Spaghetti with Iberico Ham in Tomato Herb Sauce|
|Fish of the Day in Clams and Mussels Broth|
The overall experience at Caffe B was enjoyable enough although it won't be one of the places people rave about. Perhaps a pit stop for ladies who shop and do lunch.
The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
2 Bayfront Avenue
B1-15 or 01-83