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Boruto : The new Japanese tapas and sake bar

Tuesday, 07 July 2015

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Image credit: Bōruto Singapore

 

Look out for the new Izakaya bar in town! Styled as a modern izakaya, the double-storey new Japanese tapas and sake bar, Bōruto, takes up residence in South Bridge Road. Meaning “vault” in Japanese, the bar’s name is a nod to the premise’s past life as a bank. Upon stepping in, you are greeted by a feature wall on the left, where huge sake barrels imported from Japan are displayed from floor to ceiling, representing some of the brands carried at the bar.

 

Bōruto carries over 80 brands of sake, shoju and Japanese whisky, of which around 50 are brought in exclusively by the bar. Starting from $70 for an entry-level bottle, the wide selection includes brands like Isojiman to premium whisky like Yamakazi 25 years, Hakushu 25 years and Hibiki 30 years.

 

Images credit: Bōruto Singapore 

 

The tapas bar on the first level offers a more casual dining experience while upstairs is the Bar featuring three customised chillers that showcase a range of up to 30 most high-end bottles of sake, priced all the way up to $2,200 a bottle.

 

Bōruto is located at 80 South Bridge Road #01-01 Golden Castle Building and opens from Monday to Saturday. The Tapas bar at first level opens from 6:00pm to 10:30pm while the Bar at upper level opens from 4:30pm to 12:00am.

 

More information can be found at www.facebook.com/borutosingapore.

 

 

 

Source: Bōruto Singapore

 

Photos: Bōruto SingaporePosted by Admin in Restaurants on 07 Jul 2015

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