Review New Cuba Libre Frasers Towers outlet | Contemporary Latin American food

 

 

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Cuba Libre Café & Bar, the energetic Cuban restaurant and watering hole at Clarke Quay popular for its mojitos and salsa dancing, has opened its third outlet at Frasers Tower along Cecil Street.
Serving customers in the Central Business District (CBD), the latest addition to Singapore’s growing list of healthy eateries offers nutritious and hearty contemporary Latin American fare with influences from the surrounding countries like Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain.
The 70-seater restaurant is open for lunch, dinner and supper and will focus more on its extensive menu of food compared to its Clarke Quay and Kuala Lumpur sister establishments whose Latino bands and dancing are popular with the weekend party crowd.

 

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Like its counterpart, Cuba Libre @ Frasers Towers will also feature a wide selection of rum-based cocktails, tequilas and more. Mojito fans will be delighted to know that the new restaurant offers the same extensive selection of mojitos which the Clarke Quay outlet is known for, with 12 types available. From now until 31 December 2018, Cuba Libre @ Frasers Tower will also be running a special drinks promotion with house pour beers and wines starting from $8++. To further reflect the vibrant energy of its sister establishments, Cuba Libre @ Frasers Towers will also be staffed by a good-looking crew to hype up the venue.

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Signature Mojitos

 

Unlike traditional Cuban food which tends to be high in fat, sugar and salt content, Cuba Libre’s contemporary Latin American dishes bring together influences and authentic ingredients from other parts of the world and are infused with herbs and spices which are good sources of key nutrients.

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Crab Spring Roll

 

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Seabass Ceviche

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Calamari in Hoja De Algas

 

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Delicias Salmon

 

Many partygoers who frequent the Clarke Quay area would already be familiar with the Cuba Libre brand which was established in 2006. Over the last 12 years, the brand has grown into a leading bar in Singapore known for its Latin music and parties. However, with the new outlet at Frasers Tower, they want to rejuvenate the Cuba Libre brand by introducing a new menu with healthier and hearty Latin American dishes which they  believe will be popular amongst office workers in the CBD.

 

 

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Steak Salad

 

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Roasted Butternut Squash Soup

 

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Saefood Paella

Paella is a Valencian rice dish that has ancient roots but its modern form originated in the mid-19th century in the area around Albufera lagoon on the east coast of Spain adjacent to the city of Valencia. Here the Paella is unique as the rice used is different and it absorbed more of the flavors , especially the seafood selection.

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Roast Pork Al Pastor

 

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Chocolate Panna Cotta

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Arroz Con Leche

 

Diners looking for a late-night bite will find themselves spoilt for choice with a selection of 13 dishes from the snack bar. They include the seabass ceviche, marinated seabass in lime and herbs, nuts and tortilla ($14), crab spring roll ($12), Delicias De Salmon, a pastry with smoked salmon, cream cheese and capers ($22) and calamari in Hoja De Algas, fried squid with seaweed and cocktail sauce ($12), to name a few.

We recommend this place for healthy dinning as well as special drinks promotion with house pour beers and wines etc.

 

 

 

Address

182 Cecil Street

#01-06/07 Frasers Tower

Singapore 069547


Operating Hours

Mon, Tue 11.30am – 10.30pm
Wed-Fri & Eve of PH 11.30am – 11.30pm
Sat 12.00pm – 8.00pm
Sun Closed

 

Contact

Phone: 6954 4232

Website: http://cubalibre.asia

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cubalibrefraserstower/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cubalibre.sg/

 

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