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Child Friendly: YES


Vegetarian: YES


Operating Hours


6pm to 10.30pm

Tue to Sat:

12pm to 2pm

6pm to 10.30pm


Corkage Price:$50, wine

52 Boat Quay, Level 5/6 049841

2017 Review
2018 Review

Finding Braci is like playing a game of ‘Where’s Wally?’. Its inconspicuous entrance can be hard to spot along Boat Quay’s crowded row of bright, neon-lit bars and seafood restaurants. Once found though, the elevator delivers diners to the fifth floor dining room—a compact, slickly appointed space that seats barely 18.

From behind the open show-kitchen, Beppe De Vito presides over a menu informed by his native Puglia and inspired by his travels around the world. Seafood features prominently, particularly in the house-made tagliolini crowned by a row of plump sea urchin and caviar. There’s also a good range of game dishes, including a perfectly done French pigeon that is first cooked sous vide and then roasted to a rosy hue, and served with nashi pear, pistachios, and an aged marsala reduction.

Imaginatively conceived vegetarian options are available. A perfectly charred wedge of Romanesco cauliflower is paired with a whipped burrata mousse and toasted hazelnuts, while a small mound of pasta curls around an eggplant parmigiana, and pickled pesto from Febrille’s Puglia farm.

On a cool evening, diners may prefer to climb up to the alfresco rooftop terrace for a multi-million-dollar view of Boat Quay and the looming skyscrapers of Raffles Place.