8A Marina Boulevard
#B2-11 Marina Bay Link Mall
Singapore 018984

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10:30am - 06:00pm

10:30am - 06:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm


10:30am - 06:00pm

10:30am - 06:00pm

10:30am - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Ventured out from Raffles Place to Marina Bay Link Mall (MBFC) and decided to settle our lunch at this cosy cafe tucked within an office building.

Food ordered:
🌟Beef Ragu with Smoked Bacon - $16
🌟Scallops Mentaiko - $18
🌟Smoked Bacon Carbonara - $15

You can’t go wrong with pasta dishes but somehow Beef Ragu was kinda a letdown and was disappointed as it turned out watery 😅

Nevertheless, this cafe serves a wide variety of cafe dishes — if you’re near the vicinity of CBD and would love to have a meal with your colleagues, do drop by before the peak timings!

Ordered this Soft Shell Crab Pasta for $18. Pasta was al dente though it was quite spicy. Generous with ingredient

Chanced upon this new cafe whilst exploring Marina Bay Link Mall named Infinity Cafe — one of the recent additions to the F&B tenants here that serves up a wide variety of pasta dishes and also main dishes alongside specialty coffee.

Featuring elements such as Lemongrass Broth Mussels, White Wine, Fried Garlic, Brown Butter and Cilantro Oil, the Mussels Chardonnay also comes with an option of either spaghetti or fettuccine pasta, which we opted for the latter. A pasta with a slight fusion element, this was a refreshing change from the usual pasta that features a cream-based or tomato-based sauce — the lemongrass broth provides a light and refreshing note that was actually quite appetising, creating a rather Thai-inspired flavour that is clean to the taste buds, perfuming through the entire plate, with just a very slight hint of savouriness from the brown butter to provide a bit of richness for the flavours to linger. Otherwise the crisp garlic bits provide a contrasting note that keep things interesting, while the fettuccine comes with a soft bite that would work well for those who prefer their noodles to be cooked for a little longer. Thought the only qualm was the mussels; it’s fairly decent if one isn’t too picky about it, but it would certainly work better if they were fresher.

Must say that business seems tough at the CBD; and particularly so in this part with most still working from home. Times may have changed, but hoping that these establishments located in the CBD will survive these storms ahead.