Cuba Libre Café & Bar in Singapore’s nightlife district, Clarke Quay

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Cuba Libre Café & Bar a pioneer concept bar in Singapore’s nightlife district, Clarke Quay. The energetic restaurant and nightspot is well regarded within Singapore’s Latin American community as the happening place for Latino. A healthier Latin American contemporary menu designed with influences from Peru, Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Portugal and Spain. Serving one of Singapore’s best Mojito with over twenty types of flavours to choose from and wild variety of rum-based cocktails, tequilas and more!

Chef Alex was born in Havana, Cuba, home of the Mojito. He began his career in one of the best schools for Latin American chefs, located in the heart of Cuba, famous for its food; where he learned about Cuban and European cuisine. His passion has guided him to continue on his way to other lands where he works on tapas creations with unique touches that he intends to express in his dishes.

We tasted some of his signature dishes, including warm Tapas: Ropa Vieja Bites, made of Pulled Beef on Banana Chips, and Colombian Empanadas, slow-cooked beef in corn puff pastry, like our curry puff.
For mains, go for the Mojito Chicken, soft juicy chicken with rum, Ropa Vieja , Slow-stewed pulled beef on rice.
The crispy roast pork is another signature dish worth going for and a top favourite here too.
For those who prefer a burger or sandwich, we recommend the Sandwich Cubano, made of Cuban bread, ham, roasted pork and cheese.

Designed to invoke the spirit of a Cuba trapped in a time long forgotten, it is reminiscent of a typical Havana bar. Look out for drinks promotion too. Address : 3B River Valley Road #01-13. Singapore 179021. T: +65 8418 0203

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