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Leaving behind their sleepy Martin Road digs, trendy Argentinian restaurant Bochinche is now at Amoy Street.The new 45-seater space maybe smaller than what is was at Robertson Quay, and the Argentinian market has been done away with, but there is a lot to look forward to from the new Bochinche.MUST TRIES:The menu favourite, Baked Provoleta cheese studded with almonds and drizzled with honey remains. As do the empanadas, but the recipe has been improved.One of the key component of the restaurant is their wood and charcoal grill which rolls out consistently smoky and juicy steaks. There are four cuts of Argentinian grass-fed beef available. Choose ribeye for more flavour, beef fillet for a lean, low-fat meat, and the sirloin is somewhere in between. The skirt cut while not as prized, is also a good choice.The Chorizo Croquettes are extremely easy to love. The deep-fried balls burst with a creamy filling of smoked peppers, red amaranth which has the complexity and flavour of saffron ($16 for 3 pieces).Others like seabass ceviche with onion, radish and preserved lemon serve the purpose of providing a refreshing foil to the rest of the meal.Make room for the dulce de leche creme brulee with banana split ice-cream — also from the old menu. The blowtorched sugar and soft pudding of the creme brulee is good, but the sticky banana split ice-cream elevates this dessert to greatness.

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Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Thu: 18:00 - 22:30
Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00
Closed: Sun

115 Amoy Street, #01-02 Telok Ayer Conservation Area

Argentinean, Cocktails, Western, Wine

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