Welcome to Bras Basah.

Find a great place to eat based on millions of reviews by our user community

ADVERTISE WITH US

Make a Reservation

Secure your seats at these popular places

80 Reviews
251 Wishlisted
~$100/pax
7 Reviews
11 Wishlisted
~$30/pax

Delicious food at your doorstep

The best local restarants are here to deliver

What the Community is Eating

The latest reviews from real people you can trust

had an amazing dining experience at gunther’s - from the delicious food to the pleasant & warm service from the staff, would definitely recommend all to visit the restaurant!

had the 4 course meal which came with 2 appetisers, 1 main course, 1 dessert. first started with a warm mini baguette which was really soft and paired perfectly with the butter served.

the seared toro with the halfboiled egg & vinegar seasoned rice tasted really great!! enjoyed the clams which had a lace of wine taste as well.

the maine lobster was super fresh and you could taste the sweetness of it! the sauce that topped the lobster was also so good!

ended off the meal with the fine apple tart which was one of a kind - thinly crisp on the outside and filled with yummy apple puree; it was also served with rum and raisin ice cream! also had the petite fours - a canele, dark chocolate and mini freshly baked lemon financiers which were equally tasty.

- “Chicken cutlet” had a texture that’s more doughy soft than meaty without being too chewy or mushy, a gripe that I usually face with mock meats.
- Breaded coating was crispy and not oily at all which I enjoyed!
- Mock goose bits that resembled pork lard were super crunchy.
- Mee pok tossed in chilli and ketchup, though a bit watery, was smooth with a tinge of sweetness, would prefer it springier and al dente.

Gunther's really impressed me with their Chef's seasonal set lunch.

For appetisers, I had the smoked egg with seared toro and the clams cooked a la minute. The richness of the soft boiled egg and seared toro paired amazingly, and the citrusy sauce added a nice tang that added balanced. The clams cooked a la minute were another hit. They were plump, sweet and fresh. And the sauce—buttery with a hint of citrus and herbs—complemented them perfectly. I was surprised by how much I liked this!

The wagyu for the main course was delicious. So juicy, flavorful, and tender. What I liked most was how it was served with different sauces and sides (sweet corn, bordelaise, mustard, etc), allowing me to mix and match for different flavors and textures.

Dessert was an apple tart with ice cream. The tart was warm and had a nice flaky texture and a nice caramalised base. The ice cream had a pleasantly distinct flavour of rum.

Overall, Gunther's offers a lunch that's really worth the price. The quality of ingredients shines through, and the flavours in each dish are very well-balanced. A great choice if you're looking for a top-notch dining experience.

I have always wanted to try Gunther’s and was glad I did. I had the Chef’s seasonal 4 course lunch menu. I had 2 appetisers; signature cold angel hair pasta with truffle and caviar, gratinated onion. For mains I had the grilled half Maine lobster followed by the earl grey almond powder dessert.

I highly recommend the cold angel hair pasta with truffle and caviar. The cold pasta was light and refreshing, truffle oil strong, and the caviar added a nice balance to the flavour profile. Although there was an additional $25 for this, it was well worth it.

The grilled Maine lobster was also very fresh and tasty, and the lobster meat was firm and sweet. The crispy thin strips of potatoes was also a nice touch to added a different textures to the dish.

For dessert I ordered an earl grey pudding, which had a lovely distinct flavour of earl grey without it being overpowering. As I got to the bottom of the pudding there was a surprise find of salted caramel !

Overall I had a very nice lunch. Must tries are the cold angel pasta and the grilled lobster !

decent affordable meal!! q crowdrd because they share the space w yatkayan, but that means u can get the best of both worlds🫶🏼💥

Chunky mixed forest mushroom soup is rich, creamy & aromatic with truffle oil; topped with crispy croutons..

Brownie is firm & moist but overly dense; with well-balanced chocolate & houjicha taste; topped with vanilla ice cream..

Finely shredded potatoes well-cooked to crispy outside & soft inside, drizzled with mentaiko & Japanese mayo sauce; topped with bonito flakes, nori & tempura crunch; didn't expect the ingredients paired well with the rosti; tad oily at the bottom; tastes as good as its sister cafe..

Grilled miso boneless chicken leg is tender & succulent, taste slightly bland with mild tinge of saltiness from miso; pasta is al-dente with distinct garlic taste, mild spicy; topped with tempura crunch, nori & bonito flakes..

Grilled salmon hash sat on top a layer of smashed avocado & yuzu ocha-infused mixed grains; salmon hash is thick & lightly seasoned; smashed avocado add some creaminess with tinge of lemon zest; love the mixed grains which came with distinct yuzu taste which balance out the taste; topped with cherry tomatoes, edamame, bonito flakes, nori & furikake; worth a try..

($5.50) I felt that kaya toast was quite crispy but a bit dry aftertaste. overall experience was not bad for set meal.

From Pine Tree Cafe
The sliced mock chicken rice with cooked cabbage & sliced beancurd was a tasty & satisfying dish.
The mock chicken had a nice texture and flavor, and the cabbage added a nice crunch & freshness to the dish.
Overall, a solid option for a quick & delicious meal.

1 Like