Media Tasting Notes
Welcome to boCHINche's new Club Street home
Bigger and bolder on all fronts, Singapore’s foremost Argentinian steakhouse is settling into its new home with a bold new look, a refreshed menu, and a modern makeover of the age-old steakhouse experience.
More than just a new address
Here's what is new and improved at boCHINche's new home
A modern-day steakhouse experience
An expanded open kitchen and grill that flanks the entire length of the restaurant allows for bolder culinary ambitions where head chef Fabrice Mergalet leads his team in elevating the age-old steakhouse experience through a refreshed menu. Modern cooking techniques lend themselves to new dishes with unexpected ingredient and flavour combinations, with lighter, brighter flavours and more varied protein options featured more prominently to widen its appeal beyond its prized steaks.
Culinary ambitions beyond Latin America
Only the best ingredients are sourced seasonally from around the world all year long, with inspiration drawn freely from culinary traditions beyond Latin America, and across the world. While Argentinian beef remains the heart and soul of boCHINche, a renewed emphasis has been placed on the brand being an authority on high quality cuts of beef from around the world. Today, BoCHINche offers a proud selection of carefully selected, grass-fed beef imported directly from Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Japan.
Bringing out the best in beef
A new dry-aging fridge allows beef to be dry-aged in-house—typically for 35 to 38 days—using traditional methods, with an added coating of beef tallow that helps enhance the aging process while introducing new dimensions of flavours. Steaks are cooked using traditional grilling techniques over its wood and charcoal grill using a combination of cherry, apple and jarrah wood to achieve a lightly charred crust and irresistible, smoky aroma that best highlights the natural flavours of the beef.
A fresh new look
The new location is not only bigger but features a fantastic layout that allows the open kitchen and grill to be feature more prominently, and the dining room is illuminated with natural light through a glass encased stairwell. Creative director Jerry Sparks drew inspiration from tribal design and soviet modernism to create a fresh new look that contrasts an overall masculine elegance with fun, quirky elements throughout.
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