Wine Connection Cheese Bar (Robertson Walk)

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A selection of over 40 matured farm cheeses is air-flown from Europe weekly and available for take-away and dine-in. The menu is created around cheese, naturally, offering a variety of hearty salads and β€˜tartines’ (open sandwiches), as well as cheese & cold cuts platters tailor-made to your desires. β€œRaclette” is the signature dish, a fun and unique experience to be shared amongst friends!

11 Unity Street
#01-05 Robertson Walk
Singapore 237995

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11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

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Ordered 7 items a la carte ham & cheese platter. It comes with 4 types of cheese based on their individual categories (From hard, semi hard cheese to soft, blue cheese), fruits, nuts and various hams.

Cheese is just like perfume. Each of them taste differently...from earthy, fruity, sour & sharp to gasolineπŸ˜‚

An eye-opening gourmet experience!😍 #cheeseplatter #jdkungfoodhunt #wineconnection #burpple

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I m a cheese lover but I found myself know nothing about cheese when dining in this bar hahh the menu is not so reader friendly so..the wine is good🀣

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finally managed to grab @klimjl to try this. It was very good. Cheese on point. Cold cuts were extremely generous. But my diet has been too clean recently; an hour into the meal I felt its intensity. Had to drink 1.5l of water to flush it all away. Also extremely stuffed because I ordered another basket of bread to balance out my palette.

Verdict: Not for the weak or average cheese lover. I would probably do this again; but not anytime soon.

Weekend brunch with the girlfriends 😍😍 Wonderful weather, gracious company, gorgeous food and wine!

Burrata that's what. I'm doing a story on oozy foods and the folks at Wine Connection suggested this beautiful ball of burrata. The smooth lump of cheese hides a luscious, creamy centre of gooey cheese. Cold and refreshing it's perfectly partnered with a quartet of more colourful and flavourful characters. The tangy tomato coulis leads the quartet, its sharp flavour a bright contrast with the cool creaminess of the cheese, the roasted eggplant bringing a savoury richness, and the generous sprinkling of fried garlic a touch of fun and crunchy texture. The taste of the asparagus does little for the dish, its ludicrous green colouring being its only attractive quality. The star of it all is still the burrata though, the intensity of the other elements lifting the refreshing cheese with its clean, clear flavour a welcome way to wrap up a meal. $29 at the Cheese Bar at Wine Connection. #burpple