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Senso Ristorante & Bar

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Established in 2000 on 21 Club Street , Senso Ristorante & Bar is well-known for its authentic Italian fine-dining cuisine and its impeccable service. Senso Ristorante & Bar firmly believes in maintaining its high standards of excellent food, warm and sophisticated atmosphere.

The sympathetic conversion of this former convent retains the neo-classical lines of colonial architecture, especially in the courtyard, whilst subtly updating the atmosphere to match the 21st century in a beautiful blend of form and function.

Minutes from Shenton Way , with ample adjacent public parking, nestling between Chinatown and the CBD in the food haven of Club Street , Senso Ristorante and Bar continues to fulfill the dream of the founders; to provide world class Italian dining to a discerning local and international audience.

We go to great lengths to ensure your lunch meeting, dinner party, company functions, festive events or simply any get-together, is a spectacular one to remember. Pamper your company or clients with pre-dinner drinks at the very lush and posh Senso Bar. Choose to dine in the main dining hall, where it is both cozy and classy at the same time or indulge yourself in the rustic charms of the courtyard. If privacy is what you desire, Our exclusive dining rooms are the perfect venue for you. Take a walk through the temperature-controlled wine cellar to select your wine for the evening or be enchanted by the vast knowledge of our Sommelier who will help recommend the perfect wine to complement our exquisite dishes.

Additional Info

  • Address: 21 Club Street, Singapore 069410
  • Phone: +65 6224 3534
  • Fax: +65 6224 5508
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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