Experience Basque Kitchen At Fullerton Waterboat House When You Dine In Singapore.

Chef-Patron Aitor Jeronimo Orive

Formerly based in an Amoy Street shop house, the one Michelin-starred Basque Kitchen by Aitor (“Basque Kitchen”) from Chef-Patron Aitor Jeronimo Orive (“Aitor”) has just moved into a stately water-fronting home at the historic Fullerton Waterboat House (circa 1919)

With 38 seats – including an 8-seat private dining room – the newly reopened restaurant is bigger than its former digs and decidedly swankier. Apart from a glass-wrapped main dining room dotted with plush velvet banquettes, all in calming shades of charcoal grey and warm orange with occasional oak tones, Basque Kitchen now boasts a 33-seat pintxos bar and lounge where guests may indulge in Basque Country-style small bites, think artisanal Sanfilippo anchovies and tomato on toast, washed down with a glass of cuvee Champagne specially curated for the restaurant. 

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